Porto Cervo’s marina is renowned as one of the most sheltered and well-serviced in the entire Mediterranean.
Costa Smeralda also has its own buoy berthing area in the stunning Cala di Volpe harbour, which caters for yachts between 30 and 105 metres.
As many as 12 ferries and cruise ships also dock each day at the nearby ports in Olbia and Golfo Aranci (40km), providing services between Sardinia and the mainland cities of Genoa, Livorno, Piombino, Civitavecchia (Rome).
Sardinia is no more than two hours by air from the major European city.
Between March and November, in fact, 18 different airlines provide flights between the ultra-modern Olbia Costa Smeralda and mainland Europe (learn more).
The multi-award-winning dedicated private aviation terminal is also one of the most modern facilities of its kind and during the summer months is also Europe’s busiest, with over 14,000 private aircraft movements (www.eccelsa.com).