Currency exchange facilities are available, although are in some cases limited so it may pay you to arrange your currency before arriving in Sardinia. The airports are, however, generally clean and well organised – and, as ever, should you need help with anything, Sardinian Places Representatives will be at the airport. To make things a little easier on arrival we supply trolley tokens that can be used in place of Euro coins for the airport luggage trolleys.
Please follow the links below for information on each of the individual airports:
You can fly to Alghero using chartered or low cost flights from both London and regional airports. The airport serves the Northwest region and parts of central Sardinia with a typical journey to Abbasanta taking around 1 hour and 40 minutes, but only 10 minutes to Alghero town.
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You can fly to Olbia from London Gatwick and various regional airports using chartered, scheduled and low cost airlines. The airport serves the popular Costa Smeralda and the north tip of the island, plus parts of central Sardinia. A typical journey from Olbia to Palau takes around 50 minutes and only 30 minutes to San Pantaleo.
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You can fly to Cagliari airport from a wide range of London and regional airports. The airport serves predominantly the south of the island with a typical journey from Cagliari to Pula taking around 45 minutes.
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