If you don't want to get anywhere particularly useful in any particular hurry, a train or a bus is a good way of getting around Sardinia.
Assuming you don't want to meander very slowly towards a small shack in the middle of the island, it is suggested that you hire a car. Roads are narrow, so careful driving is required, but it'll give you much more freedom to move around and see those places you've always wanted to see. It could be a good idea to get a GPS to reduce map-reading rows. Finally, be careful of livestock, which live under the mistaken idea that the roads were built entirely for their wandering pleasure. Drive with caution!
Assuming you don't want to meander very slowly towards a small shack in the middle of the island, it is suggested that you hire a car.
The island will definitely appeal to all lovers of nature, whether you prefer sea, raging rivers, mountains, hills or forests. What Sardinian mountains lack in height (they really are the garden gnomes of the mountain statue world), they make up for in drama, boasting an impressive display of craggy cliffs. Hiking is a great way to see this nature and there are many marked out trails for all difficulty levels. Be very cautious of where you swim around Sardinia. There are often strong underwater currents. Please ask a local before you go and swim.
Local restaurants provide a great range of food, though it is unlikely you will get served before 7pm in the evening. Also, be aware that Cannonau is a very strong red wine, so be aware how much of it you are drinking - though it is definitely very tasty.
Local restaurants provide a great range of food.
AFerry.co.uk offers the best way to find the cheapest ferry routes to Sardinia with its easy to use booking form. Begin your holiday on a ferry and start relaxing straight away!