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Return flights to Cagliari for the holiday season 2024/25

You can already book your return flight to Cagliari for Christmas/New Years! Flights are scheduled on Thursdays and Sundays from 19.12.24-05.01.25

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A taste of la Dolce Vita!


Italy is a passionate and generous country, with many different faces. It's a land of culture, art and fine cuisine, as well as being a holiday destination par excellence for anyone looking to relax under the the sun, enjoy active holidays by the sea or explore cultural attractions. From the Adriatic to Calabria, from Sicily to Sardinia, the famous Dolce Vita - a celebration of beauty and happiness - can be found everywhere. 



Traditions, history and untouched landscapes


Sardinia's spectacular coastlines are among the most beautiful in the Mediterranean basin and its authentic mountainous hinterland have an equally irresistable pull which attracts countless visitors. Its rich cultural heritage bears witness to its age-old history and is just as impressive as its mouth-watering traditional cuisine. In the south, the coast around Cagliari dazzles with the azure blue of its crystal-clear sea and untouched nature. In the north, near the lovely port town of Olbia, a string of very beautiful beaches are interspersed with magnificent bays with turquoise waters. It's a perfect place for family seaside holidays.

Hotel areas in the region of Cagliari

39.2238411, 9.1216613

Beach near Castiadas




Renowned for its magnificent white and pink beaches, Castiadas is also known for its production of oranges and lemons as well as its wines, which are among the best in Sardinia. Distance to Cagliari airport : 65 km



This ancient city, located on a narrow peninsula, is partly submerged. There are not many traces left of its Phoenician founders in the 9th century BC. The best-known artefact of this period can be seen on the Nora Stele, where the name Sardinia is mentioned for the first time. The waves that flow up to the ancient thermal baths carry with them a part of this ancient heritage. Distance from Cagliari airport: 40 km.



The pleasant Villasimius has only 2,400 inhabitants and is located in the south-east of Sardinia, near Cala di Santa Catarina and the Fortezza Vecchia. The place is particularly appreciated for its beautiful coast, bordered by marvellous sandy beaches. Distance to Cagliari airport: 55 km.



Pula was an agricultural town in medieval times, and has quickly developed into a highly attractive seaside destination. It boasts heavenly beaches bathed in translucent waters, but is also appreciated for its historic centre and its traditional houses made of ladiri (mud bricks from the region), as well as for the cultural events held in the Casa Frau, a 19th-century palace. Distance from the airport: 38 km.



Some of the remains found in this charming little village surrounded by hills, such as nuraghes and a necropolis, suggest that it has been inhabited since ancient times. Don't miss a visit to the parish church of the Vergine degli Angeli. Distance from Cagliari airport: 19 km. 

Beach near Muravera





Muravera, to the north-east of Cagliari, was founded in Roman times and still bears the traces of the various civilisations that have shaped its history. Today, it is also one of the main citrus-growing towns in Sardinia, meaning it is particulary popular for its tasty oranges! It is a place that cultivates traditions, expertise and products of excellence, and it is also home to dream beaches and unspoilt landscapes that provide the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable holiday. Distance from Cagliari airport: 76 km.

Hotel areas in the region of Olbia

40.91851, 9.51712

Golfo Aranci



This former fishing village in the Gulf of Arzachena, with its small sandy beach, has gradually turned into a popular seaside resort that has nevertheless retained its old-world charm. From its pretty marina, where yachts, sailing boats and fishing boats are moored, it is easy to get to the neighbouring island of La Maddalena. Cannigione's Sardinian market is also held every week. Distance from Olbia airport: 30 km.


Golfo Aranci

This former fishing village is located on the Aranci gulf, a region known for its beautiful fine sandy beaches and emerald waters. Distance to Olbia airport: 20 km.

Porto Cervo


Porto Cervo

This exclusive resort on the Costa Smeralda is set in a steep, fjord-like cove. It is best known for its luxurious marina and its many designer boutiques and cafés. Since Karim Aga Khan discovered the place in 1960, Porto Cervo has become the summer meeting place for wealthy international travellers. Distance from Olbia airport: 30 km. 



A stay in Orosei will allow you to discover breathtaking landscapes dotted with limestone cliffs, coves and caves, each more magnificent than the last ! The Gulf of Orosei and the Gennargentu hills constitute a fabulous playground for hikers and nature activities. Distance from Olbia airport: 81 km

Santa Teresa Callura


Porto San Paolo

This town near Olbia was once a traditional fishing port, but today it is most well known for its seaside attractions. Backed by a hilly hinterland and bathed in crystal-clear waters, it lies at the centre of the protected marine park and faces the islands of Tavolara and Molara, where the unspoilt scenery is breathtaking. It's an idyllic spot for relaxing, water sports and outdoor activities. Distance from Olbia airport: 12 km.


Li Cuncheddi

The charming town of Li Cuncheddi is best known for its beautiful golden sandy beach. Its clear waters sparkle in shades of blue ranging from azure blue to emerald green, and its shallow depth makes it perfect for families travelling with children. Distance to Olbia airport: 11 km.





Santa Teresa Gallura 

This authentic region in the north of the island boasts fascinating landscapes and charming little bays perfect for swimming. It offers beautiful views of the neighbouring island of Corsica and the white cliffs of Bonifacio. There are plenty of restaurants, shops and cafés to choose from, as well as a range of ferry links to Corsica. Distance from Olbia airport: 55 km.



You're sure to fall under the spell of this small fishing village. The natural beauty of its landscape and its rich biodiversity are a treat for nature lovers. In the distance, you can also see the magnificent island of Asinara and its natural park. Distance from Olbia airport: 82 km.

Costa Smeralda



Baja Sardinia

This popular seaside resort lies on the southern coast of the Costa Smeralda, in a rocky bay with a fine sandy beach. The promenade, with its pretty piazzetta lined with restaurants and shops, stretches right along the beach. This is also where concerts are held during the summer months, sometimes until after midnight. Olbia airport is around 35 km away.



Must do & Must see – our suggestions


  • Book an excursion or take a ferry from Port of Palau to discover the archipelago of La Maddalena, where the scenery could have come straight out of a postcard.
  • Discover the Costa Smeralda, where billionaires come to show off their yachts and luxury vessels.
  • Rent a car and follow the winding roads through the scrubland to explore the authentic little villages.
  • Alternatively, take a walk on the white sand while listening to the soft lapping of the waves. You'll feel as though you've found a piece of heaven on earth…
  • And to finish, don't forget to buy a little bottle of mirto to round off your meals perfectly.



  • You can't leave Sardinia without seeing a nuraghe! These stone towers, whose origins date back to the bronze age, are dotted across the island. The Su Nuraxi Nuraghe has even been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Cagliari, whose Sardinian name ‘Casteddu’, means castle, looks out over the salt marshes and is home to several architectural gems. Make sure to visit the cathedral and the Bastion of Saint Remy too.
  • Browse the luxury boutiques of Porto Cervo. Who knows, you might even bump into Sting or Harrison Ford…
  • Try some culurgiones, traditional Sardinian ravioli whose shape indicates which region of Sardinia they come from. But, of course, you won’t want to limit yourself to just looking at them…


Excursions will allow you to discover your destination from all perspectives. LuxairTours offers a range of selected tours that will allow you to discover unmissable places, paradisiacal beaches, typical dishes... LuxairTours organises a range of quality excursions for you

  • The tour begins with a walk along the Poetto beach and the Molentargius lagoon to see its pink flamingos. You will then visit the Basilica of Our Lady of Bonaria, from where you will reach Mount Urpinu. In Cagliari itself you will visit the archaeological museum, where you can see the most important discoveries in Sardinian history, especially those belonging to the Nuraghic civilisation, such as the mysterious Giants of Monte Prama. After visiting the museum, take a stroll through the Castello district, the centre of the city's social, political, cultural, military and religious life from its foundation to the present day. Here you can learn all about the history of its monuments, towers and bastions, and visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria.

  • You will first head to Nuoro, capital of the province of Barbagia. The town is the birthplace of a number of famous figures, including the sculptor Francesco Ciusa and the Nobel Prize winner for literature Grazia Deledda. In Nuoro, you will visit the small church of Solitudine, with Grazia Deledda's crypt, and the mountain of Ortobene with its marvellous bronze statue of Christ the Redeemer. After this panoramic stop, you'll head for Mamoiada, where you explore the town centre and the Museum of Mediterranean Masks, where you can admire some magnificent hand-made masks. The museum aims to show the link between the cultural world of the small town of Mamoiada (internationally renowned for its traditional masks: "Mamuthones" and "Issohadores") and other Mediterranean regions, which have a similar appearance. After this, you'll visit Orgosolo, which is famous for the peaceful Pratobello uprising of June 1969, as well as for the magnificent murals depicting daily life in Sardinia, farming culture, current problems and political protests. You'll find the most beautiful ones on the main street.

  • Discover Porto Rotondo and its town centre, with Piazza San Marco and the church of San Lorenzo. You'll continue on to Porto Cervo, a prestigious tourist centre and holiday destination for the international jet set. Then you'll visit the Piazzetta of Porto Cervo and its centre, a small labyrinth of narrow streets with buildings in typical Emerald Coast style and a multitude of exclusive boutiques from the world's greatest fashion designers. After visiting Porto Cervo, you'll head for Baja Sardinia and its small square. There will then be free time for lunch before returning to the bus for Belvedere, where you'll have a stop to take photos and marvel at the view. On the way back, you'll take the panoramic road to San Pantaleo, where splendid granite rocks create a unique atmosphere.

  • The trip includes 3 stops on 3 different islands: La Maddalena, Spargi and Santa Maria. During the first stop at La Maddalena, there will be free time to enjoy the island's town centre, do some shopping or simply eat an ice cream in one of the many cafés. The second stop is at Spargi, where you can choose your favourite spot for a swim or simply relax on the beach. After a swim, you'll have lunch on board, with pasta with tomato sauce and bottled water on the menu. You'll then continue on to Budelli, also known as "Pink Beach" because of the incredible colours of the sand. Here, you can admire this beautiful spot from the boat, as the beach has been a protected nature reserve since 1991. Then you'll sail through the "virgin's mantle", known as the Madonna of the sea that crosses the island of Santa Maria and Razzoli. The last swimming stop will be on the island of Santa Maria, where you can also take a short walk to the lighthouse.

  • Aboard a magnificent vintage sailing yacht. 2 types of yacht available: one 14 metres long and one 17 metres long. The smaller boat can accommodate up to 14 people, while the larger can accommodate up to 16 people. The programme includes 3 stops: Spargi, Budelli, La Maddalena. Departure for the marvellous island of Spargi, stopping in a quiet spot to sunbathe and swim in the crystal-clear water. Continue to Budelli, also known as "Pink Beach". From the boat you can admire this beach with its incredible coloured sand, which was classified as a nature reserve in 1991. You will then sail through the "virgin's mantle", known as the Madonna, due to the different shades of blue of the sea that crosses the island of Santa Maria and Razzoli. Lunch will be cooked and served on board, including starters of local cheeses, cold meats, olives, fresh seafood pasta and typical wines. Last stop: the main island of La Maddalena, where you'll have free time to stroll around the historic centre before returning to port. The itinerary may vary, but must remain within the boundaries of the Maddalena Park. The boat is crewed by a captain and a deckhand.

  • You will start with a brief visit to the church of Sant'Efisio, followed by a tour of the Nora excavations and the Tower of Coltellazzo. The Punic and Roman town of Nora, founded as a Phoenician coastal settlement, was equipped with three port facilities that allowed easy disembarkation at any time of year. The Tower of Coltellazzo, also known as the Tower of Sant'Efisio, is a coastal tower in the Gulf of Cagliari, standing on the cliff overlooking the ruins of the town of Nora, in the municipality of Pula. The remains of the Phoenician-Punic era include residential areas, archaic sanctuaries such as the temple dedicated to the goddess Tanit, a magnificent theatre, four bath complexes and temples.

  • On this excursion, you will visit the Argiolas winery, where you can discover the vineyards, and visit the barrel cellar,  enveloped by the smell of the must, where the secrets for the production of some very popular Italian wines are kept. After the tour, you'll taste their 4 best wines with local cheeses, cold meats and "carasau" bread. The visit to the winery can be complemented by another gastronomic experience in the nearby village of Dolianova, where you will visit a local cheese dairy and take part in the various stages of cheese production before tasting some cheese.

For more information and bookings, please contact your LuxairTours guide on site.

Important information


- Tourist tax must be paid locally during your stay.

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