Holiday homes and apartments in Sardinia
Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean and the second bigger island of Italy.
The coasts of Sardinia (1,849 kilometres -1,149 miles) are generally high and rocky, with long, relatively straight stretches of coastline, many outstanding headlands, a few wide, deep bays, many inlets and with various smaller islands off the coast.
This beautiful island is well-known as a paradise in the heart of theMediterranean. The sunny coasts and white and sandy beaches are the main tourist attractions, but there are many other places and interesting sites to discover.
Spectacular coastline, and shores filled with fish and shellfish. Self catering apartments in Sardinia are what you make of them, and taking a holiday homes in Sardinia is the perfect way to ensure the balance of beach and culture you desire.
There are facilities for sailing and deep sea fishing, as well as scuba diving and windsurfing, accessible from all apartments in Sardinia
Things to do in Sardinia
The beaches in Sardinia are wide and sandy. The Costa Smeralda has become a millionaires favourite, luxury villas and exclusive yachts. The sea is clear, and beaches are spectacular. Enjoy many water sports like jet skiing, scuda diving, windsurf, boat cruise, sailing, kayak and more
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Inland, there are numerous caves to be explored in the mountains, including the huge area of ancient artificial caves .There are numerous archaeological remains hidden around the island – the Nuraghi – which are a must see attraction.
Festivals are very important in Sardinia, and there is a festival during every month of the year, with folk dancing, singing and free food.
Places to holiday in Sardinia
Cagliari: it is most known for its beaches, which stretch into the horizon, but also offers Parco dei sette Fradelli, a park with miles of hikes through unspoilt and landscapes.
The best beaches are spread along the island. on the island. To name one for all: the archipelago della Meddalena a group of island in caraibbian waters provides perfect conditions for snorkelling.
Alghero is a charming town the north west coast. It is an old fortress town which has lost little of its ancient feel, and some of the ancient defences remain, including the main gates of Porta Terra.
Further inland, Nuoro is the centre for the traditional Sardinian way of life. Local crafts and culinary treats are still made using traditional methods. Visit Orgosolo for real sheep cheese and meat.
Weather in Sardinia
Being a Mediterranean Island, Sardinia benefits from a warm dry climate, with average temperatures in July and August of 33°C, and remarkably mild winters, with little rain and average temperatures in January of 14°C.
Travel to Sardinia
Sardinia has four main passenger airports, Caliari, Olbia (OLB), Alghero (AHO). Cheap flights to Sardinia are available on many airlines from London Gatwick or Stansted, charter flights from Heathrow and Manchester. Europe is very well connected to the island
Apartments in Sardinia: central apartments in Alghero