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HOW TO REACH CHIA

By car

  • From Cagliari: 195 main road (Sulcitana) up to km 44.5, then turn left, Chia. is 2 km further on.
  • From Olbia: drive to Codrongianus (199 and 597 main roads). Take the 131 main road and drive to Cagliari. From Cagliari take the 195 main road (Sulcitana) up to km 44.5. Turn left and Chia is 2 km further on.
  • From Alghero: drive to Sassari (127 bis main road). Take the 131 main road and drive to Cagliari. From Cagliari take the 195 main road (Sulcitana) up to km 44.5. Turn left and  Chia. is 2 km. further on.
  • From Porto Torres: drive to Cagliari (131 main road). From Cagliari take the 195 main road (Sulcitana) up to km 44.5. Then turn left, Chia is 2 km further on.

By bus (ARST -Azienda Regionale Sarda Trasporti) 

  • Info and timetable
    ARST - Cagliari: Tel 0704098222; 0704098324; free number 800865042
    Tickets can be bought on board but are cheaper if you buy them before.

The 195 Sulcitana Main Road from Cagliari is a good road as far as Giorgino. From there on, for a long stretch, it becomes a two-lane road. After Torre degli Ulivi the four-lane road starts again as far as Moratti Village, then it becomes a two-lane road again.
Be careful: do not speed even if the road is straight, it passes through villages.
Be careful: in the summer, especially during the weekends and on the 15th of  August, there can be traffic jams.
Early morning is the best time to drive.

TRAVELLING TO THE BEACHES (by land)

Besides rocks, reefs and islands, the beaches of Chia-Domusdemaria are the ideal place for people who love sand and walking along the shoreline. You will be astonished by the whiteness of the sand and the transparency of the sea.
Some bays, which are partially hidden by small rocky headlands, are hard to reach by car, but the big beaches are all linked to the main road. Access roads are all surfaced and the beaches are well marked with signs. You shouldn't have any problems reaching your "favourite beach": you will only have to choose which one you prefer!

 
 

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