Frankfurt Olbia, a flight to heaven
Northeastern Sardinia

Frankfurt Olbia, a flight to heaven

Olbia Tempio is an airport in northeastern Sardinia that connects the main German cities to the island: Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich and many others

Every year Sardinia receives thousands of German tourists in love with the island.
First of all, the numerous flights departing from the main German cities facilitate the flow of tourists from the beginning of spring to the end of summer.

From Frankfurt to Olbia there are daily flights from early April to late summer, allowing many German travelers to reach Sardinia in less than two hours.

Near Olbia, in Gallura, there are some of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia and some of the most characteristic villages, it is no coincidence that Olbia Tempio is the most important airport with the highest passenger traffic in the summer.

The climate is wonderful from mid-March and already in April, on some particularly mild days it is possible to immerse yourself in the splendid crystalline waters of the island, not surprisingly defined as the "Caribbean of Europe".

Which airlines offer direct flights from Germany to Olbia?

Many airlines offer flights from the main German cities to Olbia.
It is possible to fly to Olbia with a direct flight from Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg, Cologne, and many others.

The main airlines offering direct flights are: Lufthansa, Eurowings, Ryanair, Air Dolomiti, Condor, easyJet, Lufthansa CityLine, Air Canada, Eurowings Europe (Malta) und Air Alsie fliegen direkt nach Sardinien.

How long does it take to fly to Sardinia?

The average flight time from Germany to Sardinia is just under two hours.
Times vary depending on the arrival airport and departure city: if the flight goes to Alghero or Olbia in the north of the island (Frankfurt - Olbia 1:45 hours) or to Cagliari in the south (Munich - Cagliari 2: 00 hours).
Are the flights from Frankfurt to Olbia in Sardinia expensive?

From Frankfurt to Olbia: back and forth from paradise!

Flights can be expensive, especially in high season or cheaper depending on the company chosen, if they have a stopover or are direct flights and based on other variables.
If you organize in time, you can choose cheaper flights and less crowded periods with fares for all budgets.
We give some tips on how to find flights, especially in low season.

When is Sardinia busiest?

The best time to travel to Sardinia is during the spring months of April, May and June. Late summer, i.e. the end of August and September, is also considered an excellent travel season, as the temperature is not as hot as in summer and the climate is pleasant and suitable for everyone without excessive heat peaks.

What are the main differences between the north and south coasts of Sardinia?

Crystalline sea and beaches of clear and white sand, a cuisine with strong flavors with exceptional local products and an ancient culture of wine, excellent services and hospitality and a hinterland rich in tradition.
These are the characteristics that unite all the localities of the most authentic Sardinia, peculiarities that are found both in the north and in the south, yet the island is very extensive, very varied along the coasts and each locality deserves a different travel style.

Villa Castànza: only 11 km from Olbia

.Villa Castànza is a high quality accommodation chosen by many German families for the beauty of the place, the exceptional panorama from the terrace and the garden, for the comfort and cleanliness of the house.

With 7 beds, it is the ideal solution for families with children, or couples of friends who like to spend a wonderful holiday together.
The house is large, with a large garden and large terrace overlooking the island of Tavolara, ideal for dinners and aperitifs with family and friends.

Furthermore, the proximity and beauty of the beaches near the villa make it a perfect choice for families with small children or teenagers.
In addition to the beautiful sandy beaches of north-eastern Sardinia, the cities of the island are also striking for their uniqueness: Olbia, Golfo ranci, San Teodoro and many other inland towns will amaze you with their unique traditions in the world.

Olbia a pleasant discovery

We recommend the journey from Frankfurt to Olbia due to the speed and convenience of the air connection: less than 2 hours to reach the north-eastern coast of Sardinia.
Olbia is also a lively city full of ideas for spending a day discovering sites, museums and churches of great artistic value and an evening in search of typically Sardinian food and wine of excellent quality.
Since the early 1960s, the city on the Costa Smeralda has become a popular travel destination for celebrities: the coastal landscape around Olbia invites you to spend relaxing days on the beach, and the city itself offers glamorous shops, excellent Sardinian restaurants and an exciting nightlife.

Frankfurt Olbia, a flight to heaven