What to do in Sardinia in July?
What are the best activities to do in Sardinia in July to cool off in the beautiful waters of this island? Among the many activities are boat tours and excursions or unique experiences such as dolphin spotting or, for the more adventurous, coasteering where the sea meets the land. July is one of the perfect months for water activities and if you are in Sardinia right now, don’t miss out on one of these unique thrills. Don’t wait too long because places are limited!
TOP 3 activities to do in Sardinia in July
The Maddalena archipelago is a paradise that leaves everyone breathless. Its incredibly transparent waters surrounded by wild nature and sculptured rocks make it one of the most spectacular places in Italy. We would like to recommend something different from the classic trips so try the catamaran tour!
Catamaran Tour from Palau
A full-day tour through the waters of La Maddalena with stops for swimming, sunbathing and snorkelling. Click on Book Now to book safely with Get Your Guide.
You will have a unique experience with this tour that is also suitable for children. You will explore the coast of the Chia area and have fun diving into the beautiful waters from the top of the rocks. All in safety thanks to the guidance of an experienced instructor.
Half-day Coasteering in Chia
Walk through the Mediterranean maquis until you reach the best spots to build a zip line and dive into the crystal-clear waters of Chia. Click on Book Now to book safely with Get Your Guide.
Set off from Golfo Aranci to explore the coast and meet the dolphins. Dive into the waters to admire the seabed and marine life of the beautiful waters of Cala Moresca, Cala Greca and Figarolo Island. An unforgettable day, suitable for everyone.
Golfo Aranci: Dolphin tour and snorkelling
Spot dolphins, swim in clear waters and snorkel as you explore the underwater world. Click on Book Now to book safely with Get Your Guide.
So many activities to do in July in Sardinia… with perfect temperatures to enjoy the sea and beaches. July is not yet as crowded as August, so you have the opportunity to try many new experiences. You can book classic tours such as the island excursion to La Maddalena, which has always been one of the most popular summer activities in Sardinia!
Not just beach-activities though! Cultural and food and wine tours are becoming increasingly popular, and between one day at the beach and the next, include in your itinerary a tour dedicated to discovering the Sardinian territory and culture. Among the most popular and enjoyable are the Wine Tour through the vineyards and cellars of Olbia (with tasting) and Cagliari’s underground city in the historic centre.