Sardinia is only a one-hour flight West from Rome. The Meditteranean island has three main airports, Cagliari Elmas Airport, Olbia Airport, and Alghero Fertilia Airport, all of which can be reached with a direct flight from the two airports of Rome. Fiumicino (FCO) Lenardo da Vinci Airport, and Ciampino (CIA).
You can find some really great deals on flights from Rome to Sardinia, especially during the off-season which is from September until May. If you would like to travel from Rome with a car, you can take a Ferry from the port of Civitavecchia which serves Rome.
There are daily flights connecting Rome with Sardinia. There are more than 10 daily flights which links up Rome with the three airports of Sardinia. The majority of the flights are served by AirItalia, only with a few budget airlines making the trip each week.
Flying To Alghero From Rome
Alghero Airport is located 8km north-west of Alghero and is named after the village of Fertilia nearby. It is a small airport that is a gateway to the north-west regions of Sardinia. From Alghero airport, you can easily reach beautiful destinations such as Castelsardo, Sassari, Stintino, Bosa, S’Archittu, and Porto Torres.
Alghero is the smallest airport in Sardinia. There are two flights every day, seven days a week, from Fiumicino (FCO) Leonardo da Vinci Airport. One is a morning flight, and the other is an evening flight, both of which are provided by Alitalia.
Flying To Cagliari From Rome
Cagliari Elmas Airport is the leading international gateway to Sardinia. The airport handles 3 million passengers a year. It serves the south of Sardinia and tourist destinations such as Carloforte, Iglèsias, The Costa Verde, Carbonia and Pula.
The eternal city of Rome is heavily connected with Cagliari with around 7 flights every day. Most of the flights are from Fiumicino (FCO) Leonardo da Vinci Airport, but you can also fly with budget airlines from Ciampino.
Cagliari is by far the largest city in Sardinia and has close economic ties with Rome. Italians also make the trip from Rome to Cagliari when they are chasing the sunshine, in total Cagliari gets a whole week more of sun than Rome.
Flying To Olbia From Rome
The Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport is a prominent entry point to explore the north of Sardinia, the Costa Smeralda and tourist destinations such as Budoni, Golfo Aranci, La Maddalena, Palau, and Santa Teresa di Gallura.
As Olbia sits on the East coast, its the nearest Airport to Rome, bringing the total flight time to 55 minutes. Along with Alghero, there are only around two flights each day, a morning flight, and an evening flight. Although more flight routes may be added during the summer months.