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How to get from Sardinia to Seville/Malaga?

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I need some help on flight route suggestions on how to get from Sardinia (Olbia or Alghero) to Seville or Malaga in early June. My destination in Spain is Seville but I think malaga is close enough that I can spend a night in Malaga after an evening arrival after a stopover in Milan (both routes via easyjet), and then take a bus/train to Seville the next morning. Another possibility is fly direct from Alghero to Madrid via easyjet, but that would mean taking an AVE from Madrid to Seville. This option could be quite expensive unless i can buy the web fare on renfe's website and possibly annoying to book online with all the troubles going on Renfe website.

Does anyone have a better suggestion on routing? Many thanks!!

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