Sardinia is renowned for beautiful beaches and the clearest translucent azure blue sea in the Mediterranean. Discover the famous Costa Smeralda, the luminescent blue lagoon and tranquil waters which are perfect for snorkelling.
Cagliari, the capital of Sardinia offers sun-baked streets parks, beaches, bars and nightclubs. Raised on a hilltop sits the old town of Castello which offers a beautiful view over Angel’s Gulf. Must sees also include; Cathedral di Santa Maria and museums called the Citadelle dei Musei.
Cagliari has one of the longest beaches in the Mediterranean and offers an unspoiled natural environment consisting of lagoons, bird sanctuaries and wildlife reserves which are unique in Europe.
There are festivals, museums, monuments, architecture and archaeological wonders. Besides a cultural life rich in theatre, opera, concerts and exhibitions, Cagliari also offers a gastronomy which is rich in both seafood and meat dishes which is guaranteed to satisfy and delight even the most demanding palate.
Bosa is the picture postcard seaside town most well known for its plethora of multicoloured houses in a wide spectrum of eye-catching colours which juxtapose the traditional and medieval terracotta rooftops. Parco Nazionale dell’Arcipelago di La Maddalena is a collection of islands and coves that are protected as a national park. With hidden groves and dolphin spotting boat.
A remarkably diverse island, offering the perfect coastal escape, on one hand, a playground of action and adventure on the other, Sardinia is a fantastic holiday destination for all manner of holiday-makers. In addition to its glorious beaches and interior mountain landscapes, you’ll discover rustic and rural cuisine traditions that promise unique and mouthwatering culinary experiences, charming villages and towns showcasing the heritage and authenticity of the island.
The best time to go to Sardinia is from May through to September with a high temperature of 30°C with the least amount of rain in the months of July & August.