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SARDINIA

Sardinia

 

Sardinia Life

A voyage over an emerald sea

THE AREA

Situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia's landscape is mainly hilly, with a vast and charming natural environment. The sea rules over this region with its colours along the coasts, towards the beaches and the most popular resorts. An example is the Emerald Coast with Porto Cervo set as its gemstone and uniting the history and culture of ancient traditions with a joyful and colourful nightlife. The best time to visit Sardinia is in spring when the flowers are blooming, the waters are warm, and the temperatures are mild. Same goes for autumn. The summer months are fantastic too due to the local breezes that sweep the amazing island.

RESTAURANTS

Impressive displays of seafood are common in Sardinia. With Sardinia being an island, fish is a abundant, and Alghero is famous for its lobster. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes to choose from, don't miss out on all the amazing island flavors.

NIGHTCLUBS AND BARS

The nightlife in Sardinia is varied and has options for all sorts of night activities. Alghero, Costa Smeralda and San Teodoro are a few of the many places for one looking for a great night out from more intimate bars to all nighter discos and dancing.

Summer Activities

The best time to visit Sardinia is from April to August when the flowers are blooming, the waters are warm and the full summer vibe is on!

BEACH PARADISE

There are a lot of different activities to do in Sardinia from wine tours, boat tours, cooking classes and beach tours. Don't miss out on the beach life, you can do it with water sports, taking relaxing walks along the shore, being cradled by the waves and scuba diving where the blue is deepest.

Events

YEARLY EVENTS

Sardinia is an island of fascinating festivals, spread out throughout the year but with a concentration at Carnival (February or March), Easter and during the summer months. These can range from medieval pageants to food festivities, and from religious processions to paganistic rituals—usually in colourful costume.

Travel to Sardinia

AIRPORTS

Fly into the island's capital, Cagliari, and land at the Aeroporto-Cagliari-Elmas, four miles from the city center. Meridiana is the company offering the most flights, including direct links from major Italian cities. Alitalia has a variety of daily flights from Rome, which take about 40 minutes.

TRANSFERS

We can arrange for a mini bus, taxi, or chauffeur-driven service from Sardinia airport to your luxury villa in Sardinia.

SELF-DRIVING

Most of our properties in Sardinia offer off-road parking and otherwise we can make arrangements for your vehicle to be safely stored while you enjoy your stay.

FERRY

If you want to travel by ferry from Civitavecchia to the capital, you'll be on the boat for 14 hours. Boarding in Naples is also possible. You'll get off in Cagliari 17 hours later.

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