Cheap flights to Sardinia

30 Jun — 7 Jul1
1 adult
Thu 30-6
Thu 7-7

Which day is cheapest to fly to Sardinia?

The cheapest day to fly to Sardinia is usually Monday. At the moment, Thursday is the most expensive.

What time of day is cheapest to fly to Sardinia?

To get the best value, try booking a flight in the morning when visiting Sardinia. Generally the prices will increase for flights in the evening as these tend to have higher demand.

Known for its pristine beaches and endless views of sparkling seas, the island of Sardinia remains a first-class destination for travellers seeking luxury and privacy in Italy. While there are few direct flights to Sardinia, travellers heading to this regatta-strewn region can book Sardinia flights to Cagliari via Rome, Milan or Florence. Cagliari is Sardinia’s main town and hosts the largest population of the island. It’s also where tourists can find museums, cathedrals and a little more liveliness than the rest of the island. Depending on what part of the island you’re staying in, flights to Sardinia arrive in Cagliari, Olbia Costa Smeralda (northeast of Sardinia), or Algero Fertilia (northwest of Sardinia).

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Sardinia climate

Sardinia has a typically Mediterranean climate, but the south is generally much drier than the north western region, which receives a lot of rain in winter. The wettest months are November and December, while July and August are the hottest and the driest.

When is the best time to fly to Sardinia?

Peak Season:
The high season in Sardinia is July to September. It is a popular holiday destination for Italians, who flock to the coasts during the month of August.

To avoid the crowds, visit in April, May or September. The weather is still pleasant but the beaches are less crowded. Prices for Sardinia flights and hotels may also fall.

Off Season:
The off season is November to March when you will see fewer tourist crowds.

What is good to know if travelling to Sardinia?

  • Visit the Santu Antine Nuraghe between Macomer and Sassari, which is the most famous of the nuraghi stones. Then scour the rest of the island to find your own personal favourite.
  • Don’t miss the cheese and honey pastries fried in oil (sebadas) or the crayfish (aragosta), suckling pig (porceddu) or tuna or mullet roe (bottarga). Sardinian food is straightforward and good.
  • Alghero is one of the busiest resorts and you may be surprised to find the road signs remind you of Barcelona. Many of the inhabitants have Catalan origins and in the 14th century it was known as Little Barcelona.
  • All the corks in Italy’s wine bottles have come from the cork trees on Sardinia.