Emerald Coast Travel Information

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Emerald Coast Scene The Emerald Coast, or the or the 'Costa Smeralda' as the Sardinians call it, is 35 miles of glorious coastline situated between the bay of Arzachena and the Gulf of Cugnana. It is perhaps the best-known corner of Sardinia, famous for its beaches, glitzy resorts, Sailing, waterskiing, scuba diving, golfing, shopping, fine dining and partying. The entire coast is surrounded by fascinating places to explore from small bays and charming ports to top archaeological sites.

Things to do in Emerald Coast: Porto Cervo • Poltu Quatu • Baia Sardinia • Arzachena • San Pantaleo • Cannigione • Porto Rotondo • The Maddalena archipelago • Capo d’Orso

Highly rated hotels in Emerald Coast: Hotel Li Finistreddi • CPH Pevero Hotel • Cervo Hotel • L'ea Bianca Luxury Resort • Hotel Pitrizza • Hotel Cala di Volpe • Grand Hotel Cannigione • Colonna Resort



Italy's electricity is 230V 50Hz and uses plug types C, F & L
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Great Circle Distance between Heathrow and Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport is 870 miles, with a flight time of approx 2 hrs. Emerald Coast's IATA airport code is OLB.


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Climate: The climate in Sardinia is Mediterranean, with mild winters and hot, sunny summers. Rainfall is not abundant and follows the Mediterranean pattern where rain is more common in autumn and winter and gradually decreases during spring until it hits a low in summer, when it almost never rains. Sardinia can be a windy island between October and April due to the Maestrale, the northwest wind, which blows from France. The Sirocco winds can also affect the island, blowing from the south-east bringing the heat from Africa. The amount of sunshine in Sardinia is very good in summer, especially along the coast, when clear skies prevail. The best time to visit Sardinia for a beach holiday is the summer, from June to August.

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BA Tier Points Earned

Route 1LON‑OLB
(BA) ba



TOTAL
(SGL)
TOTAL
(RTN)
Economy20 2040
WTP
Business40 4080
First
 

Economy Tier Points shown are based on fully flexible fares. 'Low' Economy earns 50% of the shown amount. 'Lowest' Economy fares earn 25% of shown amount.

When journey is booked in World Traveler Plus or First and those cabins don't exist on particular legs, the next cabin down will be used on those legs for points collection.

When booking with BA, tier points can be earned on the following Oneworld Oneworld Alliance ® airlines:
asAlaska Airlines, aaAmerican Airlines, baBritish Airways, cxCathay Pacific, ayFinnair, ibIberia, jlJapan Airlines, mhMalaysia Airlines, qfQantas, qrQatar Airways, atRoyal Air Maroc, rjRoyal Jordanian, s7S7 Airlines, ulSriLankan Airlines



Avios Required (per leg) for BA Redemption Flight from London to Olbia, Sardinia, (Zone 2, 651-1,150 miles)

Cabin Off Peak TravelPeak Travel
Economy7,2508,250
Club13,50015,750


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