Flights To Cagliari
Flights to Cagliari, Italy - A Guide
Located in the south of Sardinia, Cagliari is actually the islands' capital city and is the gateway to the stunning beaches and fabulous lifestyle in this part of Italy. The airport, located in the north west of the city is easy to get to and from by both private car and public transport. From here, you can spend a few days in the main town, or hire a car and explore the southern coast, visiting impressive locations like the crystal clear waters of Spiaggia di Campulongu near Notteri and soft sandy beach of Spiaggia di Piscinni.
Cheap Flights To Cagliari, Sardinia
Flights to Cagliari on Sardinia can actually be quite cheap if you can be flexible, with low cost airlines offering prices from less than £70 per person return. Of course, the price can shoot up during the school holidays. The only direct flights from the UK to Cagliari are from London but Olbia in the north may be a possible alternative depending on what your holiday plans are.
Cagliari Airport (CAG)
Cagliari airport is just a short train ride from the main train station in the centre of the city making it easy for a sunny city break destination. Hiring a car is also a great option, especially when there are so many gorgeous beachs on offer in this part of Italy.
Cagliari Airport Information
Flying time from UK: 2 hours 45 minutes Airport code: CAG Airlines flying from UK to Cagliari: Ryanair, easyJet, British Airways Transfer time to Cagliari city centre: 10 minutes (Train)
Airlines Flying To Cagliari
There are three airlines flying direct from the UK to Cagliari which are British Airways, easyJet and Ryanair, all from London (BA & easyJet from Gatwick and Ryanair from Stansted). They aren't all daily so you may find you need to fly out with one airline and back with another.
If you'd like to fly from another airport, you'll either need to book indirect flights, changing planes in places like Zurich or Milan, or you could potentially fly into Olbia, which is in the north of the island (about 260km away). So it would be quite a drive if you were going to explore the south, or you can instead choose somewhere in the north of Sardinia like Golfo Aranci on the Costa Smeralda, a popular holiday destination with Italians.