Route DescriptionThe route between London and Cagliari is serviced by a direct flight only by easyJet, taking around 2 hours and 45 minutes. Transfer flights are operated by other airlines, including Air Berlin (flying through Dusseldorf), SAS (Copenhagen), Alitalia (Rome) and British Airways/Meridiana (Verona). This option can take between 5 and 14 hours, often costing more than direct ones. easyJet flies daily from Stansted, whereas flights with a transfer leave from either Stansted, Heathrow or Gatwick. All London airports are easily accessible via bus, taxi and train. In addition to these options, you can get to Heathrow using the London Underground. All flights arrive at Cagliari Elmas Airport. Upon arrival at Elmas airport, different modes of transport to the city centre are available. The airport is about 10-15 minutes away from the city centre; taxis and a bus shuttle service are readily available.
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The main beach is the Poetto, which is only a few minutes away from the city; nevertheless, if you're looking for peace and quiet, many beaches, still untouched by mass tourism, are only a short drive away. A few of these are Solanas, Villasimius, Costa Rei and Nora. There are great opportunities to go diving and sailing in many of these beautiful beaches.
The oldest part of the city lies on a hill top, and includes such sights as the San Pancrazio Tower and the Torre dell'Elefante. The Saint Remy Bastion is an impressive building worth visiting, alongside the Sardinian Archaeological Museum, the Cathedral and the Botanical Garden.3 Italian and Sardinian cuisine
Although Italian food and drink can be sampled at their best in this seaside location, Sardinians are particularly proud of their regional specialities. Make sure you try the traditional wafer-thin carasau bread, pecorino sheep cheese, fresh fish and mirto, a liqueur obtained from the myrtle plant.4 Su Nuraxi in Barumini
If you can rent a car or organise a minibus (public transport options are quite limited), the Su Nuraxi in Barumini (an archaeological site) are only 60km away from the city. It is the most impressive Nuraghe settlement preserved to this day, dating back to over a millennium B.C.5 Traditional events and nightlife
Make sure to make the most of the activities Cagliari has to offer. From traditional festivals like the Feast of Sant'Efisio in May, with its procession dating back to 1657, to the club scene at nights, the city has something to offer for different types of tourists.