The North Sardinia is well known for the Costa Smeralda, with its crystal clear sea and its luxury hotels. But this area is much more: the granite cliffs of Gallura, the breathtaking scenery of La Maddalena, the traditions and the colors of the inland.
Where to sleep:
Resort Cala di Falco - Hotel - Cannigione »»
CPH Pevero Hotel - Porto Cervo »»
Hotel Abi d Oru - Porto Rotondo »»
Petra Segreta Resort & Spa - San Pantaleo »»
Hotel Bajaloglia Resort - Castelsardo »»
La Locanda del Conte Mameli - Olbia »»
Grand Hotel Ma & Ma - La Maddalena »»
Hotel Villa Margherita - Golfo Aranci »»
The heart of South Sardinia and of the whole island, Cagliari is a city of a thousand faces which maintains the charm of its history. The city is located in the Golfo degli Angeli, a few miles away: protected natural areas and breathtaking landscapes, archaeological treasures and beautiful villages.
The west coast includes a beautiful inland, beautiful beaches and a collection of lovely small towns. Travelling north, one will come across the town of Bosa, a perfectly romantic setting for a couple’s holiday, and Alghero, also known as ‘Little Barcelona’. The fortified city boasts a charming historic centre and vibrant social and cultural life.
Situated halfway up the island’s east coast, the territories of Ogliastra and Nuoro pose a natural amphitheatre where the mountains of Gennargentu fluently slip into the Tyrrhenian Sea, revealing very rare magnificence. This area has managed to preserve the wild beauty of its natural heritage and the mystery of its traditions.
Sardinia is like a play, offering a new scenario every time the curtain rises: ancient traditions and craftsmanship, wild and unspoiled nature, indescribable landscapes and beaches.
The off-season is the perfect opportunity to experience every corner of the island, to admire its landscapes and small villages, to taste the spring fruits and discover its most authentic traditions.
Plan your Easter holidays in Sardinia: