To all travelers to Sardinia

Current Sardinia status: ORANGE

From Monday May 17, 2021 Sardinia will become yellow zone again.

The “yellow zone” allows free movements without self-certification within the region, although the night curfew remains in force between 10pm and 5am. Between 5am and 6pm, food and drinks can be consumed in bars and restaurants, which will still be able to operate for takeaway or home delivery services until 10pm. Exhibitions and museums will be reopened and can be visited with reduced capacity from Monday to Friday but will be closed on weekends.

Travelers to Sardinia are required to register before boarding using the online form or app (see link below), and show a copy of the registration receipt together with the boarding pass and a valid identity document.

It is also required to comply with one of the following conditions:
– provide proof of vaccination against Covid-19
– provide proof of negative Covid-19 test (molecular or antigenic) carried out no later than 48 hours before departure.

Updated: 16 May 2021

Traveler Registration Form

To travel to Sardinia you will need to comply to Sardinia-specific Covid regulations (see link of Sardinia Region below).

Besides vaccination and testing regulations you will need to fill out the registration form before travelling to the island.

1) Click on the link below and fill out the registration form with your personal information, data related to your travel and your stay.

2) After sending the online form, you will receive a confirmation code with a link to another form related to your health state, which must be filled 48 hours before your departure.

3) After sending the online health form  you will receive a QR code to present on request during your travel.

4) Temperature controls are also possible in ports and airports.

Note that this procedure can be completed by downloading the “Sardegna sicura” app for your iPhone or Android phone.

Useful Links

Updated information for travelling to Sardinia:

Sardinia Region

Check out the information in English from the Italian Ministry of Health related to the new nationwide regulations for people travelling to Italy, including Sardinia.

Ministry of Health

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