Holidays in Sardinia with the green pass
From today, September 1st, 2021, for arrivals and departures to/from Sardinia, both by plane and by ferry,you must show your Green Pass.
This is according to the new Government decree that requires green certification for long-distance air, ferry, or train travel from today until December 31st, 2021.
What you need to travel
Therefore, to spend your holidays on the island, you must now have a document (paper or digital) certifying that you have received at least one dose of vaccine (the green pass will be valid after 15 days from the first vaccine dose) if you are travelling by air on domestic flights (for international flights, a double dose is still required), proof of recovery from Covid in the previous six months, or a negative swab carried out within 48 hours before the journey.
The green pass becomes compulsory to board ferries that operate interregional transport, while it is not necessary if the ferry connects two places in the same region, so in Sardinia it does not apply to the smaller islands such as La Maddalena or Carloforte.
For air travel, green certificates must be shown at boarding: ground staff will check their possession and validity.
Children under 12 years of age are exempted from the obligation (as they are not yet included in the vaccination campaign), and those who cannot undergo vaccination for medical reasons.
In the latter case, a valid medical certificate must be brought along.