How to reach us

From OLBIA Arriving at Olbia by air or by sea, you can choose between the coastal route or the inland route. The coastal route is definitely longer: take State Road 125 in the direction of Palau-Arzachena; when you reach Palau, continue along the coast in the direction of Santa Teresa di Gallura and continue on to Castelsardo. The inland route is shorter but more complicated. Take State Road 127 for Tempio Pausania, from there travel towards Aggius and Valle della Luna, then to Viddalba and Castelsardo.

 

From PORTO TORRES Arriving at Porto Torres by boat or ferry from Alghero or Cagliari, you simply take State Road 200 and, when you pass the beach of Lu Bagnu, you see Castelsardo rjse before you as a beautiful unexpected sight. Porto Torres connects the northwestern part of Sardinia with the Italian port of Genova and with the French ports of Bonifacio, Marseilles, and Toulouse.

 

From SASSARI From Sassari, take State Road 131 to Porto Torres. A well-equipped marina enables an easy approach by sea.

 

From ALGHERO On State Road 291 you arrive at Sassari and then continue to Porto Torres. The international airport of Alghero connects Sardinia with all the major European capitals.

 

From CAGLIARI From Cagliari you take State Road 131 to Sassari.

 

By train Castelsardo does not have a train station. The closest train station is in Palau, managed by Ferrovie della Sardegna.

By coach There are coach lines that depart from Olbia, from Golfo Aranci for Porto Torres and pass through Castelsardo.