Most popular Apartments in Sardinia
Highlights in Sardinia
- World class beaches
- Watersports for all
- Dolphin and flamingo watching
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Apartments in Sardinia
Sardinia is a real life paradise island, where the world shows off so many of its wonders in one single land mass. Over a thousand miles of craggy coastline, with perfect sandy beaches making way to crystal clear waters, wild and wonderful inland landscapes, and the most impeccable of real-life picture postcard towns. Why not rent an apartment in the capital, Cagliari, a not to be missed traditional town, or perhaps opt for one of the many towns and villages on the island which offer beautiful apartments from where you can explore the area.Apartments for all
With so many miles of stunning coastline, finding an apartment with a sea view is easy in Sardinia. If you’d prefer to be in an authentic Sardinian town, look for apartments in Cagliari, especially the old quarters for traditional Sardinian beauty, or choose from any of the lovely towns of Castello, Villanova, Stampace and Marina. Inland you’ll find holiday apartments in areas of outstanding natural beauty such as Giara Park, or in many areas around the Turso river, where the off-the-beaten-track Sardinia is waiting to be discovered.
Travellers and activities
Sardinia’s exquisite towns are a haven of romance with their tiny, geranium lined streets, vibrant plazas and gardens and charming cafes and restaurants. The enchanting candy coloured buildings add additional shimmer of romance to the heady atmosphere. For couples seeking seclusion, you can’t go wrong with the quietly delightful town of Carloforte. Spend time at one of Sardinia’s many coves and bays, enjoy the miles of beaches and sit and drink a cocktail as you watch the sun go down after another magical day together. In Olbia, in the north east, seek out Spirits Boutique for exceptional cocktails.Sardinia for families
Sardinia’s safe and clean beaches make for a perfect holiday with young children. Stay in one of the lovely coastal towns and everything will be within a walkable distance. Most beaches have all the necessary facilities close at hand, and plenty of shops to buy easy snacks or a bucket and spade. Children and parents alike will love the calm and safe sea, and older children will enjoy the profusion of opportunities to try out kayaking or paddle boarding as well as swimming and snorkelling.Sardinia for watersport lovers
Sardinia’s coastal waters are ideal for water sport enthusiasts. Here you’ll find every option you could think of, from kite surfing to water skiing to windsurfing. Don’t worry if you’re just starting out as most coastal towns offer courses ranging from one hour to one week to get you up and running. Porto Pollo in the north is probably the finest water sports centre in the whole of Sardinia, and is open to experienced enthusiasts as well as beginners, with everything you’ll need available to hire, and trainers to get you started.
Sardinia is a ‘Blue Zone’, an area of the world where people have exceptional low rates of chronic disease and live much longer than average!
Top 7 travel tips in Sardinia
Snorkelling and diving is a hugely popular water sport in Sardinia. The craggy coastline supports a plethora of marine life, and with diving schools all around the coast this magical world is open to all.2. The flamingos of Villasimius
A popular and beautiful town in the south, Villasimius has a number of meritorious beaches, and it also is where you can spot Sardinia’s famous flamingos flying over the seas.3. Explore evocative Tharros
Tharros was an ancient city, founded nearly 3,000 years ago, and now a place to walk back in time and feel the historical connection. Stroll round an ancient temple, the bath houses for residents and the remains of the remarkable aqueduct.4. Go dolphin watching
Dolphins make the shores around Sardinia their home, and dedicated dolphin watching boat trips take you to the best places to spot these beautiful animals. A fascinating and educational trip, few things can beat seeing wild dolphins strike smoothly out of the water, side by side.5. Discover the caves of the sea ox
So named because of the rare monk seals, known as sea oxes, which lived there, the Grotta del Bue Marino (bue marino means sea ox) is most easily accessible by a short boat ride. Once there you can buy a ticket to the caves themselves, where you’ll discover stunning stalactites and stalagmites reflected in blue pools of clear water.6. The Cork Museum
The Museo del Sughero’s Cork Museum in Calangianus explains how the common cork is so essential to not just the wine industry but to so many other aspects of life. Then head to the shop and choose from all sorts of fabulous trinkets made from cork!7. Relax on the beach
It’s no wonder that many people adore Sardinia for its beaches, as they truly are some of the best in the world. Don’t miss Cala Goloritzè on the east side of the island for a taste of pure paradise!