Our visitor guide

By car

You can also travel by car. To do this, take a ferry in Genova in the evening and then be in the harbor of Olbia in the north in the morning. Better you take a scheduled flight and then locally a rental car. This one then has an Italian license plate. You will also save on the cost of the ferry. But if you take the dog on holiday, then it is better with your own car and the ferry.

By air

Sardinia has two airports. practical. One in the north and one in the south. Scheduled flights are available from all directions and if it’s not exactly July or August then airfares are low. From the airport there are the private feeder services to the beach hotels or to the town of Olba (in the north) or Cagliari (to the south). Better with a rental car, because you also need it for the excursions. Unless you book a small study trip with us. Then we pick you up and take you everywhere.

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Overnight rates depend very much on the season. In winter, many hotels are also simply closed. It is quiet in the seaside resorts, but also a bit depressing perhaps if the restaurants on the beach are missing. Many villas stand empty and wait for their owners, who only stop by briefly in the summer. So you can rent many of the magnificent houses cheaply and spend a nice holiday with a lot of space and tranquility.

Hotels

We have access to a magnificent resort in the Maddalena Archipelago. We are happy to offer this on favorable terms. It’s an all-inclusive club with 300 rooms for a relaxing holiday. With lots of sports, beach and entertainment. Who likes it. This is rather not suitable for archaeological discovery tours. You are then on a private island. Super beautiful.

It is the Santo Stefano Resort in the middle of the nature reserve. The price list was invented by a mathematician. Please send us your request and we will calculate it.

Clothes, in the evening it gets cool and dark. Well, seriously. Please check out the weather forecast and bring something appropriate. You don’t need any elegant dress. Beach flip-flops and good running shoes are important. Snorkel mask, perhaps.

Tipping is expected in the restaurants frequented by foreign tourists. The waiters in these restaurants know very well what is common in your culture. You should know, though, that an Italian usually only pays what is printed on the bill. Importantly, they are considering whether the amount is justified. You can also ask for a proper invoice, which you can also get if you suggest that you need it for business. Speak calmly in your language and use your hands to make it clear what it is all about. If you stay friendly, then it all works out too. By the way, you are legally obliged to take the receipt with you. You may be checked by finance police outside the door.

Italians pay in the restaurant at the checkout when they go out. Money is dirty and shouldn’t actually change hands at the table. Of course, the waiters also adapt to the visitors and you can also have it the way you are used to from home. But it is better you go to the cashier near the entrance. In particular, if you pay by card, want a special receipt and maybe another brandy.

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