How to get to Punta Trettu

How to get to Punta Trettu

Ferries

Daily ferries starting from major harbors of Italy. A comfortable journey, bringing your vehicle with you.

Flights

Sardinia offers airports in Cagliari, Olbia and Alghero. It's a quick and efficient journey.

Camper / Car / Moto

We can organise Vehicle Rental, Taxi and Transfers for those who want to get to Sardinia by plain. If you want to visit the South of Sardinia properly, it's important to get a vehicle!

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

The South West of Sardinia still retains a wild and little citizen spirit. Public transport services are not very present on the territory, and the distances between the various daily services required (supermarkets, pharmacies, tobacconists, etc.) can be significant.

Indeed, no public transports reach the locality of Punta Trettu.

This is the reason why we suggest travellers to get their own vehicle, in order to be completely independent and able to move without any limit.

 

How to get to Sardinia

Sardinia is connected to the Italian Continent thanks to private companies offering ferry services. Travel time is approximately 9 hours, but it may change depending on the selected route. For most companies, you can choose between day or night travel.

The principal Ferry Companies are:

And relative distances from major harbors and Punta Trettu are the following:
  • Olbia: 3h 30 min
  • Golfo Aranci: 3h 40 min
  • Porto Torres: 3h 10 min
  • Cagliari: 1h 10 min
  • Arbatax: 3h 10 min
N.B.: The peceding distances are approximate and relating to car travel.

Sardinia offers 3 airports: Cagliari Elmas, Alghero, Olbia.

The major airport is in Cagliari and it's also the nearest to Punta Trettu - it takes one hour by car to get to out kitesurf school.

The distances from Alghero and Olbia airports are respectively 3h and 3h 30min.


How to get to Punta Trettu

Once landed in Cagliari Elmas, we suggest you to take the Strada Statale 130 Iglesiente until Domusnovas. Then keep driving along Strada Statale 130 Iglesiente until you find the exit Villamassargia/Carbonia.

Left the S.S. 130, take the road SP2 until San Giovanni Suergiu (Punta Trettu's main town).

In this way, getting to Punta Trettu results extremely easy as you will have to drive along two roads only.


ALTERNATIVE:

Cagliari offers the train station. It's possible to take the train from Cagliari to Carbonia-Serbariu station, which is 15min far from Punta Trettu. We suggest to organise a Rental or a Taxi to get to Punta Trettu, as there are no public transport available.



Percorso stradale da Cagliari a Punta Trettu
Once landed in Olbia or Golfo Aranci, we suggest to take the Strada Statale 131 Diramazione Nuorese following signals in the direction of Cagliari/Nuoro.

After 145km, enter E25 road, and keep driving for 80km.

From E25, exit following the signals for Strada Statale 293 of Giba.

From S.S. 293, take the road for Iglesias.

Next step is to take Strada Statale 130 Iglesiente and keep driving until the exit of Villamassargia/Carbonia.

Left the road S.S. 130, take the road SP2 until San Giovanni Suergiu (Punta Trettu's main town).

Percorso stradale da Olbia/Golfo Aranci a Punta Trettu
Once landed in Alghero, we suggest to enter the road E25 in Samassi, and keep driving for 175km.

From E25, exit following the signals for Strada Statale 293 of Giba.

From S.S. 293, take the road for Iglesias.

Next step is to take Strada Statale 130 Iglesiente and keep driving until the exit of Villamassargia/Carbonia.

Left the road S.S. 130, take the road SP2 until San Giovanni Suergiu (Punta Trettu's main town).

Percorso stradale da Alghero a Punta Trettu