Transport

How to get to Alghero

By airplane

The airport of Alghero-Fertilia has direct flights to the main Italian cities and various European capitals. Low-cost airlines (Ryanair, etc.) offer very economical flights direct to Alghero from many European cities. Alitalia and Airone offer direct flights from Rome, Milan and other Italian airports. During summer there is a significant increase in flight connections.

For more information see the Alghero airport website and the Alghero airport timetable page or the airline companies page.

The airport is a 15 minutes drive from the town and car rental is available from the airport. There are also regular buses or taxis from the airport to town.
For more info please visit the Alghero Turismo website.

By ferry

The nearest port is Porto Torres, where ferries arrive from Genoa, Civitavecchia, Marseille and Barcelona. Some routes are only seasonal.

For more information on please visit ferry companies’ websites.

Moby lines
Grandi Navi Veloci
Tirrenia
Grimaldi
Sardinia Ferries
SNCM

From Porto Torres to Alghero, if you are travelling by car, you have to find and follow road signs that indicate the way to Alghero.

If you are travelling by bus, there is a bus stop inside the commercial port (near the Punto Verde Bar).
For more information see the ARST website or phone +39 079 26 39200.

If you are travelling by train, the train stop is a short distance from the port. There is no direct train from Porto Torres to Alghero, you have to take the train to Sassari Centrale and then take the train or the bus to Alghero.

Getting to Alghero

Transport by air

Transport by air with Ryanair

Transport by sea

Transport by sea