Flights: Ryanair (ryanair.com) flies to Cagliari from London Gatwick, while EasyJet (easyjet.com) flies from London Stansted, both all year. British Airways (britishairways.com) flies there from London Gatwick between April and October. Transfers: Local trains connect the airport to the centre of town in around 10 minutes – buy tickets from the machine in the station. Taxis cost about €15.
Flights: Ryanair (ryanair.com) flies to Alghero from London Stansted between April and October. Thomson Airways (thomson.co.uk) connects Alghero with London Gatwick and Manchester between May and October. Alternatively take any flight to Milan or Rome from where there are frequent flights. Transfers: Alghero’s airport is 7.5 miles from the centre of town, a 20-minute local bus ride. Drivers should park up as soon as possible, as the old town streets are mainly pedestrianised.
Situated to the south of Corsica in the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia extends to an area of over 9,000 square miles though, with just over one and a half million people resident on the island, it’s one of the least densely populated regions of Italy. Sardinia has been ruled from Rome for most of the last two thousand years but many forget that it endured a lengthy spell of Spanish control which (starting in 1323) lasted for almost four hundred years. There are around a dozen golf facilities in Sardinia, varying from pitch and putt courses at Borgo Campagna and Chia to the 27-hole golf complex at Is Molas. Visiting golfers will find enjoyable 9-hole holiday golf courses at Alghero, Puntaldia and Sa Tanca but for those seeking a greater golfing challenge, then Tanka – a 2007 design from Luigi Rota Caremoli – might just fit the bill.
Flights: EasyJet (easyjet.com) flies to Olbia from London Gatwick all year, and from Luton, Manchester and Bristol between April/May/June and October. British Airways (britishairways.com) and Meridiana (meridiana.it) fly there from London Gatwick between April and October. There are ATMs and an information desk in the arrivals hall. Transfers: A regular city bus shuttles between the airport and Olbia’s centre every 20-30 minutes, a 10-minute ride. The airport in Olbia The airport in Olbia Credit: AP Cruises: Ships and ferries pull in closer to the centre, but still a bus or taxi ride away. There’s an information desk and left-luggage office in the port building.
Collegamento operativo dal 25 marzo. Sarà attivo per tutta la stagione estiva fino al 21 ottobre con più di 20.000 posti disponibili
Vueling mette in vendita i biglietti per il nuovo volo Alghero - Barcellona, che sarà operato per la prima volta nella storia della compagnia il 25 marzo e sarà attivo per tutta la stagione estiva fino al 21 ottobre con più di 20.000 posti disponibili. Il volo è operato con 2 frequenze settimanali.
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