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Accommodation in Sardinia

Sardinia is blessed with unmatched natural beauty which makes it a preferred destination for beach holidays. As such there is no lack of accommodation in Sardinia. The entire island is lined with gorgeous resorts with endless choices for hotels. The beach front is dominated by magnificent luxury Sardinia hotels set in palm lined gardens. The island is perfect for beach holiday with family, friends as well as your partner. You can find cheap hotels in Sardinia on the beachfront as well as inland, near the nature parks and mountains. Book a room in one of these hotels and enjoy breathtaking sea views from your room. The southern part of the island is comparatively quieter and ideal for couples looking for tranquil retreats. If you are looking for apartments in Sardinia, a large number of them are located all around the island. Not only individual ones, you can also find luxury chain hotels in Sardinia offering extensive facilities and comfort to leave you spoilt on your holiday.

Sardinia Overview

Sardinia is an Italian island sitting in the Mediterranean and its 2nd largest island after Sicily. On its east lies the Tyrrhenian sea and on the west is the Sea of Sardinia. The Strait of Bonifacio is directly north of Sardinia and separates Sardinia from the French island of Corsica. The island is famous for unspoilt beaches with rocks and coves. The geological formations in Sardinia dates back to Paleozoic era and is reflected in the archeological sites and gorgeous natural landscapes. It is perfect if you are looking for holidays with white sand beaches with coves and emerald green water. The climate in Sardinia is variable, thanks to the diverse topography. But overall the best time to visit is between March to October when temperatures are in double digits, hotels in Sardinia are flourishing with tourists and rainfall is less compared to winter months.

Where to Stay in Sardinia

In the holiday island of Sardinia, resorts are located all around the island offering a wide range of accommodation choices suitable for all budgets. Sardinia is surrounded by picturesque resorts on all sides and a vast blue expanse of the ocean as far as you can see. Hotels and apartments in Sardinia are located everywhere from north to south so first you have to decide where you wish to stay. The northern half has the resorts of Sassari, Alghero, Porto Cervo, La Maddalena, Porto Cervo, Olbia, San Teodoro, lined with endless choices for hotels in Sardinia. You can find hotels and apartments in Sardinia for all budgets in these resorts. Many more are located in the heart of the resort and Nuoro, near the Gennargentu National Park. In the south lies the resorts of Oristano, Carbonia and Cagliari with a wide range of peaceful accommodation in Sardinia.

Things to See and Do in Sardinia

The jaw dropping landscape is the first to catch your attention here, leaving you with a desire to explore other such scenic places. Sardinia is a mountainous region with luxury of nature and beachside resorts. You can start with a day trip of the island and visit the dramatic canyon Gorropu Gorge in Urzulei, limestone cave of Grotte di Su Mannau and Bastione Saint Remy, archeological site of Su Nuraxi and Nora, 16th century Tower of the Elephant and Shrine of Our Lady of Bonaria. If you love adrenalin adventure, you can go for boat trips, horseback riding, cycling and a dozen water sports.

In the north there are attractions like archeological site of Giant’s grave, the panoramic beach of Capo Testa with walking trails and untouched sandy beaches, Cave of St Michele, Olivastro Millennial which dates back to millions of years ago and known for its timelessness and energy. The famous La Maddalena National Park archipelago in Olbia is a must visit. Cala Coticcio Beach and Giants’ grave of Coddu Vecchiu in Arzachena are also good. You can’t miss the stalagmite and stalactite formations at the Grotta del Fico caves in Baunei on the east coast. The list is endless so you can expect a fairly busy and enthralling time.

Nightlife in Sardinia

From chic cocktail bars to large nightclubs, there are a lot of places you can be in Sardinia. San Pentaleo, San Teodoro and Arzachena, on the north east coast have most of the lively bars and the perfect place to stay if you are looking for a bustling spot with plenty of crowd. The bars here are open till 2 am but the night clubs are open till dawn and perfect for party patrons. Cagliari and Castiadas on the southern coast also has a large number of bars and clubs like Is Fradis beach club and American Bar Biffi. The hotels in Sardinia are also offers multiple chic bars where you can enjoy your evening cocktail. The famous bars and clubs host international DJs in peak season and live music most of the time for a great evening. You can enjoy cocktails with views of the sea and cool sea breeze sweeping your hair.

Food options in Sardinia

Like the rest of Italy, the primary cuisine in Sardinia is Italian which you can find throughout the resort. The local food in Sardinia is, however, a lot influenced by seafood available in abundance. You can easily find lobster, bottarga, tuna, clams based dishes in this seafood haven. The food here is literally a taste explosion and can satisfy even the most discerning palates. Clam soup, sea urchins spaghetti, local sausages, cheeses, are some of the must try local delicacies on your visit to Sardinia. Don’t forget to try the excellent wines, such as Vermentino di Gallura, Cannonau or Myrtle liqueur. If you have booked one of the hotels in Sardinia, you can savour all this delicious food at the onsite restaurants. There are many other restaurants located around the island offering Italian cuisine in a relaxed and cozy ambience. Home cooking is famous here and you will find many restaurants that proudly serve up their family-style dishes.

Shopping in Sardinia

Shopping in Sardinia is limited to its few malls and shops. La Corte del Sol Shopping Center in Sestu in the south and Olbia Commercial Gallery in north are the largest malls in Sardinia for high end branded shopping. These also have a food court onsite where you can refuel yourself. The local stores here sell everything so you can totally rely on them for your shopping needs. Olbia, Porto Cervo, San Teodoro and La Maddalena in the north east part of the island has most number of shops where you can buy surf and diving equipment shops, groceries, clothing, leather goods, pottery, wine, and much more. Nuoro and the Sardinia centre in the heart of the island also have some shopping outlets. In the south Riola Sardo, Sestu and Pula, are also good for shopping if you are staying in the southern part. There are Super markets like Dettori for buying groceries. If you want to visit a local market you can go to Ogliastra Friday market from 9 to 5 for buying fresh produce and local craft items.

Fast Facts about Sardinia

  • Currency: Euros
  • Language: Italian
  • Nearest Airport: Cagliari Elmas Airport and Alghero–Fertilia Airport
  • Flight time from Dublin to Sardinia: 5 hours 25 minutes with 1 stop
  • Transfer time from airport to Sardinia: 1 hour 45 minutes
  • Time difference between Dublin and Sardinia: Sardinia is 1 hour ahead of Dublin



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