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Sardinia Hotels and Apartments
Hotels and Apartments in Sardinia
If you’re seeking a holiday on the Mediterranean’s most dazzling beaches, surrounded by magnificent landscape in a serene environment; Sardinia is the place to be. Luxury to boutique properties, laid-back budget hotels to cozy bed and breakfasts and traditional apartments to beautiful villas, Sardinia is packed with endless accommodation options to cater to every style, budget and taste.
You can easily browse through all different styles of hotels in Sardinia by type, price, location style or amenities that will suit you the best. But no matter which hotel you choose to stay, you’ll never be far from the beautiful beaches and other attractions in the island. Base yourself in any of the self-catering apartments in Sardinia if you are interested in homey stay. The apartments are beautifully decorated in Italian countryside theme and boast a vibrant atmosphere. There are plenty of other accommodation choices close to the blissful beachside, in the main land and in the countryside without the superstar pretensions. Whether you stay in any of the lavish or cheap hotels in Sardinia, you would love the overall experience of the authentic slice of traditional Sardinian culture.
Sardinia is the country’s largest island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, nestled between the Balearic Islands and the Italian peninsula. The magnificent landscapes, super attractive beaches, mountains and remnants of Sardinia’s ancient Nuraghic culture offers a contrasting charm in this region. Spend your holiday unwinding on the balmy beaches, sampling freshest seafood in some great restaurants and enjoying a colorful nightlife in any of the laidback bars. The glitz of Costs Smeralda where many 5-star elite hotels are situated along with chic restaurants and shops is a hot spot with tourists. However, there are plenty of other places to explore including the Roman ruins, Pisan churches and Spanish Baroque. The island has a typical Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. Summer temperatures are quite pleasant in the months of June to August so this time the busiest and prices go up too. It’s better to book your cheap flights and hotels in Sardinia in the month of May or June, when you can get best package deals.
Where to stay
For the ultimate Sardinia holiday, nothing is more important than location- stay by the sea, in the mountains and in the city, so choose your stay carefully. There are a lot of beautiful and lively cities where you’ll find countless places to stay that promise a relaxing abode for the kind of holiday you want on the island. You might want to indulge yourself in sheer luxury or go for some non-fancy basic abode; it’s completely up to you to select your ideal accommodation in Sardinia. If lavish holiday is what you’re looking for, book your stay at Forte Village Resort, which is a five-star property made up of seven luxury hotels to give a real feel of an Italian village. Or stay in a mid-range or a budget Sardinia hotel that would offer you modern comforts along with warm services. No matter where you choose your accommodation, your stay in this fantastic island is going to be relaxing and pleasant experience.
Things to do
Nestled on the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia is home to some of the most gorgeous beaches and many other attractions to give you an opportunity to do lot more in your holiday or weekend gateway. Unwind on one of the world’s most gorgeous beaches, Porto Ferro, which features vibrant orange colored sand along with the crystalline water or go for scenic hiking and biking tours. Enjoy wind-surfing on a windy day or visit the 17th century lookout tower to explore this beautiful stretch of coast. Your holiday in Sardinia is incomplete without a visit to the capital city, Cagliari, which is home to many fantastic museums, theatres, medieval castle, a Roman amphitheater and the largest civil market in Italy. Visit one of the 8,000 Nuraghi, go for a ride in the Trenino Verde/Little Green Train to witness the picturesque landscape of olive trees and fields or explore one of Italy’s most beautiful villages, Castelsardo. The extensive list of things to enjoy in the island will leave you stunned.
The resort is not only famous for its beautiful coastline but is also a trendy destination with a vibrant nightlife. The lively traditional bars, classic coffee houses, clubs and backstreet wine bars are some of the excellent venues to enjoy after dark. Costa Smeralda is one of the most exclusive parts of the island where you’ll find a selection of trendy clubs and young crowd, partying on the beach. On the northern coast of Sardinia is a small town called, San Teodoro, which is amongst the liveliest in the island, boasting chic discos, pubs, restaurants and beaches. For open-air nightspot in a secluded spot, head to Santa Teresa Gallura which is not that glitzy like the Porto Cervo’s clubs but has a distinct charm. Here you’ll enjoy a more serene feel and can unwind in jazz cafes or lively piano bar. Overall, the diverse nightlife of the town ensures that is something for everyone to enjoy!
The island’s food is amazing just like its hospitality, which is deep rooted in its social and cultural tradition. The authentic old recipes on offer are passed on generation after generation and the blend of classic local dishes with sophisticated cooking techniques surprise and satiate every discerning foodie. So you can treat yourself with finest mouth-watering dishes, while enjoying the mountain and sea views. In drinks, sample some premium home-produced wines. The food served in the restaurants is mostly prepared using freshest vegetables, homemade cheeses, hams and sausages. Simple yet great to taste! Some popular places to dine while holidaying in Sardinia are Agriturismi- offering fixed price feast, Enoteche-serves wines and snacks, Pizzerias-reasonable and cheerful, Ristoranti-plush gourmet restaurant with a wide range of wine list and Trattorias serves delectable local menu.
From high-end boutiques in Porto Cervo to the multi-level food market in Cagliari, Sardinia offer diverse shopping opportunities that you must explore. You’ll find many local independent shops and a series of boutiques around the Piazzetta, or town square. Porto Rotondo is an expansive shopping village, close to the Piazza Quadra, where you can hunt for designer labels to marine supplies, bikinis, costume jewelry and small decor items. For shopping some cool international brands and handmade island crafts, go for stroll in the streets of Via Roma, Via Garibaldi and Manno, which are lined up with innumerable shops. The market at the Bastioni di San Remy is best pick for buying antiques and for food shopping like dried pasta, bottarga (salted and cured fish roe) and honey visit San Benedetto Market.
- Nearest airports: Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport
- Flight time from UK: 2 hours 25 minutes
- Language: Italian
- Currency: Euro