It’s finally summer. July and August are undoubtedly the months most popular and most frequented by tourists from all over the world. Sardinia, is crowded and the beaches are full of youth and families who have planned for some time to spend their vacation.
Here, some tips for those who are already in Sardinia or will be there soon
Within the most popular Sardinia destination we can point out
- Costa Smeralda
- San Teodoro
- Cala Gonone
- Porto Cervo
The beauty of the Sardinian sea is out of the question. You can find Caribbean beaches with spectacular colors of waters (… it really is that blue color of the water? I am often asked and the answer is YES, absolutely YES!)
1850km of coastline (indented) with characteristics that change significantly from north to south and from east to west. Typical granite coast of Gallura, perhaps one of the most spectacular places in the world – where the granite rocks shaped by wind and water creates real sculptures of the strangest form
The limestone rocks of Ogliastra (Dorgali, Baunei, Cala Gonone) where stands the famous Bue Marino cave
In the western part of the center in the Oristano area, the coast softens geologically where to find wide bays, large expanses of sand dunes and a choppy and characterized by wind sea.
Check the most completed map of Sardinia beach and see the top 30 most beautiful beaches!
Sardinia is mostly hilly with not really high mountains. The highest mountain chains is the Gennargentu with 1834m in the province of Nuoro. The national parks are three and include approximately 25,000 hectares
- The national park of the Gulf of Orosei and Gennargentu
- The park island of’ Asinara (includes whole island)
- The park of La Maddalena (includes the town of La Maddalena)
The island of Sardinia is a true spectacle of nature, pristine and wild places: forests, caves, waterfalls, archaeological sites, beaches and monuments, WWF oasis. The typical Mediterranean vegetation of this region with species of broom, oleander, juniper, mastic, strawberry tree …
GETTING TO SARDINIA
Arriving in Sardinia it’s very easy thanks to the flight and boat connections. There are 3 airports in the island: (Olbia-Costa Smeralda) and (Alghero-Fertilia) in the north and Cagliari-Elmas in the south
The main harbours a Golfo Aranci, Olbia, Porto Torres. In the province of Nuoro the port of Arbatax (central-east coast) and south the port of Cagliari.
To check ferry price please visit the page:
I TRASPORTI INTERNI
The best way to visit Sardinia is the car. Either you come with your machine, or that you hire on the spot, the car is undoubtedly the best way to move from one place to another in the island.
For daredevils who trust in the public service, Sardinia is served by a network of regional buses that connect the main towns. For more information on local transport please visit this page: local bus connections
Travel by train instead is a little trickier. The Sardinian railway line is very dated and the means not just modern. However you can get from Sassari to Olbia, or from Olbia to Cagliari by train.
For more information about the train service please visit the page treni sardegna
ALLOGGIARE IN SARDEGNA
Wide range of holiday accommodation: hotels, resorts, bed & breakfasts, villas, holiday homes, hostels, campgrounds, residence, camper area
You find all offers about holiday homes and apartments inAlghero here
Find an accommodation that suits your needs is very easy and the prices vary for all budgets. They range from super luxury hotel on the Costa Smeralda (with rooms from 2.500 € per night!) To the most affordable accommodation for all types of budget bed & breakfasts, apartments, hostels
HOTEL – the most luxory of Sardinia
CAMPING – suggested by us
HOTEL – affordable and beautiful
Sa Contonera (Arbatax)
Hotel Bella Vista S’archittu (Cuglieri – Oristano)
VILLAS WITH SWIMMING POOL
SLEEP ON THE BOAT
Thanks for the accommodation proposed snd for co-operation!
For apartments and houses located in the area of Alghero, you can visit our section with various offers and deals HOLIDAY HOMES AND APARTMENS IN ALGHERO