• 24 Jun 2016, 10:45
  • Jacob

3 in 1: Sardinia, Sicily and Malta in one trip from Rome for crazy €39.30!

Meditteranean island hopping

Thanks to massive sale of Ryanair, you’ve got a perfect opportunity to visit 3 marvelous Mediterranean islands in one trip from Rome! You better hurry with booking, offer is valid today only!

Sardinia is the second biggest island of Mediterranean. Whether you want to check out Phoenician and Roman ruins or you prefer to spend your time by the sea, Sardinia will certainly capture your heart.

Eternal meeting point between East and West, Africa and Europe, the gorgeous island of Sicily is a showcase of Mediterranean culture and one of Europe’s most alluring destinations…

With its narrow meandering streets, medieval towers and the oldest known human structures in the world, Malta is described as an open-air museum. Enjoy the great weather, take a cruise to Comino, which can be a pleasant change-of-scene during your stay on the mainland.

Travel dates:
October 2016

Sample dates and routing
Rome Ciampino – Cagliari (Sardinia) 18th October
Cagliari (Sardinia) – Trapani (Sicily) 20th October
Trapani (Sicily) – Malta 24th October
Malta – Rome Fiumicino 26th October

How to book:
Click here or follow the links below and adjust travel dates.

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag (55 × 40 × 20 cm, up to 10 kg) plus one small bag 35 × 20 × 20 cm

Sample reservations:
Rome – Sardinia

1
Sardinia – Sicily

2
Sicily – Malta

3
Malta – Rome

4

Accommodation
For example in Malta we recommend Atlantis Hotel Gozo. This well reviewed accommodation is set in the Gozo countryside, this bed & breakfast is under a 10-minute drive of the village of Xaghra. It provides a fitness centre, as well as a diving centre, a safe and laundry facilities.Breakfast and free cancellation are included for a €65 fare per night.

Car Rentals:
Book cheap car rentals at Rentalcars.com

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