Sardinia is an Italian island in the Mediterranean Sea that’s popular for nearly 2000km of coastline, sandy beaches, proud mountains and hiking trails. The rugged landscape is filled with mysterious Bronze Age ruins known as Nuraghi, which date back almost 3,500 years. There’s so much to see and do on this large island that you’ll experience something new with every visit.
Private Charter Flights To Sardinia with Admiral Jet
With Admiral Jet’s commitment for you to fly from anywhere to any destination you want, Sardinia has three major international airports for you to choose from. It doesn’t matter where you’re staying on the island; you’ll love the high-end service, relaxing journey, and ease of travel with Admiral Jet.
If you’re travelling to Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport in the northeast of the island, you’ll benefit from the stunning services that are reserved for the rich and famous. Likewise, Alghero-Fertilia Airport, just 5 miles from the city of Alghero, is ideal for travel to the northern edges of the island. If you’re travelling to the south, then Cagliari-Elmas Airport is the one for you. It has a dedicated private jet terminal that operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Steeped In History
Sardinia is a historical hotspot with a rich and mysterious history dating back thousands of years. The island is a mix of new and old, with Cagliari (the capital city) being the epitome of mixing the two. Having all of the modern convenience of a modern Metropolis, Cagliari also gives you access to the noteworthy old town, from quintessential cobbled streets lined with narrow streets adorned with shops and bars and restaurants. You’re sure to find yourself immersed in the rich history of the island.
Other historical monuments are dotted around the island. You can improve your knowledge with a visit to The National Archaeological Museum and its collection of objects and artefacts from the Nuragic civilisation.
Are you looking to relax and unwind on the beach? Choose one of the many magnificent beaches on the island, and you’ll instantly feel like you’ve entered paradise. The best beaches are found to the south of the island, with white powdered beaches, azure-coloured seas and warmer temperatures. To the North of the island, you can find more secluded bays, bustling harbours and adventure!
Top Tips For Visiting Sardinia
Spring Time Is The Best Time To Visit
The best time to visit Sardinia is from April to June when the flowers are in bloom, the sea waters are warm, and the temperatures haven’t yet reached their July and August highs.
Slower Pace Of Life
Sardinia is one of those places where you can truly escape the rat race. Everyone on the island takes on a different meaning for time, making it the ideal getaway to unwind and relax.
The Festival of Sant’Efisio
This 4-day festival features music, arts, and food that celebrate the Saint that saved the people of Cagliari in the 1600s. You also get to experience the Sardinian Thanksgiving, which is a tradition dating back thousands of years. This takes place 1st-4th May every year.