La Maddalena (OT), Italy
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The main seaports of Northern Sardinia are:
Olbia Isola Bianca (North East Sardinia). You can continue by car to the port of Palau along the Road SS 125 Olbia – Palau (40 Km, driving time by car 45′). There are bus connections directly from the port of Olbia Isola Bianca to the port of Palau.
Golfo Aranci (near Olbia). By car, you can take the Provincial Road 16 and then the Road SS 125 Olbia – Palau until the harbour of Palau (47 Km, driving time by car 54′).
Santa Teresa Gallura (Northern Sardinia) connected with a ferry from Bonifacio, Corsica (France) (1h navigation). The port of S. Teresa Gallura is 25 Km (15.5 mi) from Palau. You can continue by car to the port of Palau, along the Road SS 133 (driving time 30′).
Porto Torres (North West Sardinia) 124 Km from Palau (77 mi). You can take the panoramic road SP 90 from Porto Torres, then the along the wild northern coast of Sardinia (Castelsardo – Valledoria – Badesi – Santa Teresa Gallura) continuing towards the port of Palau through the Road SS 133 (116 Km, 72 mi, driving time by car 2,07h).
These are the directions to get to Palau from the main seaports / airports of Sardinia
You can reach Sardinia by plane, through two international airports in the North of the island, connected with the principal Italian cities and many European destinations:
Olbia Airport, otherwise known as Olbia-Costa Smeralda Airport, is located 3Km (1.9 mi) South East of Olbia, North East Sardinia, 43 km (26 mi) from Palau. Regular and Low cost flights exist from all over Europe (more info in www.geasar.it). Olbia Airport is connected with Palau by bus lines. By car, you can take the road SS 125 Olbia – Palau until the seaport of Palau (45 ‘). It is the nearest airport to the home-base of SEA ME. You can reach Palau also with local bus. Two lines connect Olbia to Palau: Arst and Turmotravel (approximately 1h) www.arst.itwww.gruppoturmotravel.com
Alghero Airport, otherwise known as Fertilia Airport, is located 5 Km (3 mi) North of Alghero, North Western coast of Sardinia. We propose three tree alternative ways to get to Palau: 1) From Alghero Airport you can drive the Road SS 291 to Sassari, then continue along the Road SS 131, taking the main road E 840 to Olbia and then the Road SS 125 Olbia – Palau, until the seaport of Palau (168 Km, 104 mi, travel time by car 2,17h); 2) otherwise you can take the Road SS 291 until Sassari, then continue along the SS 131, taking then Road SS 672 Sassari-Tempio and finally the SS 133 to Palau seaport (144 Km, 89 mi, travel time by car 2,05h); 3) alternatively, to reach Palau seaport, you can drive along the northern coast of Sardinia. After taking the Road SS 291 to Sassari, continue towards the coastal road of Platamona, take a panoramic road along the wild northern coast of Sardinia (Castelsardo – Valledoria – Badesi – Santa Teresa Gallura). Then reach the port of Palau through the Road SS 133 (143 Km, 89 mi, driving time by car 2,30h).
The weather conditions in North Sardinia from May to September are generally good. Rainy days are rare, while common windy days. The average temperature ranges from 15.8 °C to 28 °C. The average humidity is 63%. Considering that you will have to spend several hours in the boat, we recommend you bring some items.
can be reached by plane or ship. If you arrive at Elmas Airport or the Commercial Port, can continue by car up to Palau along the highway SS 131 “Carlo Felice” (Cagliari – Abbasanta – Nuoro – Olbia), then on the highway 125 (Olbia – Palau) (approximately 4 hours). For those without the accompanying car you can reach the port of Palau also by local buses. The Turmotravel company connects daily Cagliari to Palau (approx 4,30h) www.gruppoturmotravel.com