With its mild climate all year round, its 1,900 km coastline and its fascinating history, Sardinia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
Nature, culture and sport 365 days a year make Cagliari and South Sardinia a destination capable of satisfying the needs of all travellers. Tourists can enjoy climbing and trekking in the mountains, horse riding in the Regional Parks or playing golf in every season. The coastal breezes are perfect for all sailing sports and, when the Mistral wind blows, it is even possible to surf the waves. Sardinia offers unique archaeological sites, never ending beaches and amazing scuba-diving spots within and around the Marine Parks.
Sardinia, the ideal connection point between Europe and Africa, East and West of the Mediterranean Sea, is appreciated worldwide for its delightful gastronomy and its local wines.
No matter if on a business trip or on vacation, the journey to discover Sardinia starts easily from Cagliari, its main city, located in the southern part of the Island. Cagliari Airport is only 7 km away from the city centre and 60% of the population of Sardinia lives in its catchment area.
Cagliari Airport handles more than 52% of the total regional air traffic and is well integrated in a developed infrastructure network, including a large transhipment port, an area of 8,000 ha specifically laid out for industrial use and a technological park dedicated to scientific research at the highest international level.
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20 May 2013
21 May 2013