If you want to spend a relaxing holiday among white beaches, blue sea and palm trees, a campsite in Sardinia is the place for you. Sardinia is the land of untouched nature and here there are many animals such as deer and wild horses. Typical of this area are the famous ‘Nuraghs’, beautiful buildings shaped like a truncated cone.
True Sardinia! They are proud of their origins and of their own island. Each area boasts its own features, festivals, traditions, costumes and music. Sardinia is also famous for its excellent culinary delights such as roast mutton and various cheeses such as ‘pecorino’.
With long beaches of white sand, blue sea, palm trees here and there and hidden bays between the white rocks, Sardinia is a magic island. The campsites are all located on the beautiful shores and the most famous is the Costa Smeralda. Here you can stroll to the harbour and see the beautiful pink flamingos. Another beautiful area to visit is the city of Cagliari, with its caves of Neptune, the largest granite canyon in Europe.
Average summer temperature: 28 degrees
The Palace of the Province of Sassari
Grotte di Nettuno Alghero
Lamb with fennel: braised lamb with wild fennel, onion and tomato
Cork: spoons, trays and bottles of wine
If you wish to visit the whole island in the space of a short walk, then go to the ‘Park Sardegna in Miniatura’. Attractions include children’s play areas, food service, local products, a boat ride, astronomy museum and planetarium; a great tour for the whole family.
The ‘Dolmen’ are a type of megalithic construction very prominent in this region. In the Valley of Nuraghs there are ancient castles called ‘Nuragici’, which, according to the scholars, were built around 1300 BC. These majestic buildings are a characteristic feature of this beautiful region.
Shopping in Sardinia is not the same as being in a big city. However, in Cagliari there are numerous shops selling clothing and souvenirs, while for the jewellery you have to go to Alghero. Here they also sell beautiful deep red coloured corals.
On the island you will eat plenty of - always fresh - Seafood! Try lobsters, crabs, anchovies, tuna, squid, shellfish and sardines accompanied by a great white wine.