Summer 2018 in Sardinia: where to stay

Sardinia : crystal clear sea, azure waters that change shades from one cove to another, high cliffs dream, an amazing cuisine.
For years I maintain that Sardinia is one of the most beautiful places to spend the holidays.
And, for this summer 2018, I decided to collect for you some of the most interesting Sardinian places to stay.

We start from the costs. Many argue that it is too expensive, but surfing the internet I assure you that there are several last minute offers for Sardinia. And I refer to offers in hotels and residences of a high standard. Ideal for couples, groups of friends or families.

As for the areas in which to stay there is spoiled for choice.
Below I list some areas that I think should be taken into account.


I leave with an area that I particularly love, although it is less emblazoned.
This is Ogliastra and in particular of the Arbatax area. An area characterized by numerous paradisiac coves, ideal to discover by sea, perhaps with one of the many daily excursions. Cala Luna, Cala Biriola and Cala Goloritzè are just some of the fabulous bays that – I am sure – will leave you speechless, just as it happened to me the first time I set foot there.
And not just coves. In this area there are numerous areas for trekking and a beautiful cave accessible from the sea: the Grotta del Fico.


Well connected thanks to the airport, Alghero is an easily accessible destination that offers a lot. From the splendid beaches to the nuraghic complexes, from the city tour to the museums, ending with the green areas. In short, Alghero has everything: culture, sea, sun, food.
All you need for a holiday that is able to leave its mark.
And then it always reminds me of the homonymous song by Giuni Russo. Impossible not to be infected by the joy and the desire to leave!


Perhaps the most famous area of ​​Sardinia, as well as the perfect area to combine fun with the sea and relaxation.
The beaches of this area are characterized by a different composition and are very clean. Do not miss Cala Volpe – with its pink sand that makes it particularly evocative – and the Principe Beach.


Here you can combine history with relaxation.
In fact in Caprera, one of the islands of this archipelago, Giuseppe Garibaldi died in 1882.
In addition to activities related to the sea, lovers of walking and trekking here (as in many other areas of the region) will find their own bread.
The archipelago, in fact, is rich in woods with numerous paths to go for sports or simply breathe fresh air.

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