Sardinia is very easy to reach. There are 3 airports on the island (Alghero Fertilia, Olbia Costa Smeralda and Cagliari Elmas) and from there you can get around using our website car rental in Sardinia. There is a lot to see but you need a comfortable means of transport in order to enjoy the views and the panoramas as much as possible. And this mean is the car! In Sardinia the public transports do not work very well and it is very difficult to move from one place to another in a short time.
When we think of Sardinia, our thoughts go to the sea. Separate, these two words do not say much but together they can have lots of meanings such as holiday, relax and fun. You should go to Sardinia and enjoy this amazing Italian region at least once in life. Its clear sea, untouched nature and weather will leave you speechless. You will discover that Sardinia is a very beautiful and fascinating island and you will be happy to see that, beyond these aspects, there are a whole lot of medieval churches and ancient buildings along with extraordinary landscapes. Have you ever heard of the nuraghi? They are megalithic constructions built between 1900-730 BC and present all over the region. These monuments represent Sardinia and the Nuragic civilization.
It’s the second largest island in the Mediterranean after Sicily and has a coastline stretching 1850km. The highest point of the island is Punta la Marmora at nearly 6,000 feet. The mountains are high enough for snow in the winter and there’s even a ski resort.
How to get to Sardinia
There are three airports on the island, arrival at which depends on location and also on budget as the airports are served by different budget airlines, Olbia by easyJet and Cagliari and Alghero by Ryanair. Some people arrive on the island by ferry from the mainland of Italy to spend their holidays there.
What to See on the Island
Very little remains of Sardinia’s past but there are still many things to see on the island including the albino donkeys at Asinara National Park and the huge sand dunes of Piscinas. There is a Roman amphitheatre in Cagliari that is worth a visit for those that like history.