Alghero is located on the Northwest coast of Sardinia. It has an airport and is located approximately 219 km/ 2 hours and 40 minutes away from Tortolì and 207 km/2 hours and 30 minutes away from Lanusei.
Take the S.S. 131 towards Macomer to the S.S. 129 towards Nuoro. Once in Nuoro take the S.S. 389 VAR towards Arbatax or Lanusei.
Capital of the island, located in the South. Endowed with a port and an airport, it is linked to Ogliastra by taking the S.S. 125, also known as “OrientaleSarda”. Travel time is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Olbia is a common arrival point, having a port and airport, located on the Northeast coast of the island.
There are 2 viable roads that connect Olbia with Ogliastra. For a scenic and picturesque route, we suggest taking the S.S. 131 and subsequently the S.S. 125. The second route, less winding, take the S.S. 131 and then the 389 VAR. The first route takes Approximately 3 hours and the second approximately 2 hours.
Porto Torres is located on the Northern coast of the island. There is a port and it is approximately 212 km/2 hours and 30 minutes away.
Passing through Sassari, take the S.S. 131 towards Macomer to the S.S. 129 towards Nuoro; thereafter take the 389 VAR towards Arbatax or Lanusei.
Oristano is located in the centre of the Western coast and is approximately 150 km/2 hours away. Take the S.S. 131 towards Nuoro to the 389 VAR towards Arbatax or Lanusei.