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Sardinia – a jewel in the Mediterranean Sea
The beautiful island of Sardinia is the second largest in the Mediterranean. Sardinia was under Spanish control for a period of about 400 years until the beginning of the 18th century, so as well as some Spanish customs having been integrated into the traditions of Sardinia, the Iberian language of Catalan can still be heard in Alghero in the north west. Now part of Italy, Sardinia has so much to offer any visitor. On top of beautiful beaches and warm weather, there is a busy capital, traditional towns, mountains and nature reserves, so you can do as much or little as you like.
Sometimes compared to those in the Caribbean, with super white sand turquoise warm waters, the beaches of Sardinia are truly beautiful and there will be one to suit everyone. In Chia, the beaches have shallow water, perfect for swimming, as does that at Santa Teresa di Gallura. There a trip to the beach will also reward you with views across to Corsica. For more to do, there are a range of water sports at Putzu Idu. The Costa Verde, or Green Coast, is rugged and beaches here are surrounded by sand dunes. Although it is more of an effort to get to these beaches, they offer peace and quiet even in the peak of summer. The beaches along the Costa Smeralda, or Emerald Coast, are very popular. In the height of summer, this area is a playground for the rich and famous, with hotels in this part of Sardinia being fairly pricey as a result, but the well-kept beaches are still open to the public.
Enjoy the culture and history of Cagliari
Rising above Cagliari is Il Castello, a fortification where the aristocracy of the city would have lived in their palazzi. Here, in the maze of little streets of the old city, you will find museums and a cathedral. You could pay a visit to Torre dell’Elefante. Built in 1307 for defence, and later used to house political prisoners, this 42-metre high tower gets its name from the carved elephant by the portcullis. If you have the energy to climb to the top, there are views of the city to the sea. Evidence of the Roman occupation in Sardinia can be found at Villa di Tigellio, which is the remains of three Roman villas, and at the amphitheatre. Built in the first and second centuries, the theatre was carved into the rock to seat up to 10,000 people for gladiator shows and fighting with wild animals. If you would like to stay in Cagliari, to have the city at hand, you will find a good choice of hotels.
Spoilt for choice in the markets
Cagliari has five municipal mercato, or markets, where you will find a large choice of delicious fresh produce and where you can get a glimpse of day-to-day life in Sardinia. The market traders are happy for you to browse in your own time, and to share their knowledge of their products, without any hard sell. Inside, each of the markets also has a bar or café where you can grab a bite to eat with the locals. The markets are spread out in and around Cagliari, so hopefully your hotel is not too far from one and you can pop in for some provisions for a tasty picnic. Outside of Cagliari, you will find equally good markets in the towns all around Sardinia. As well as the indoor markets, look out for the day of the week that the town holds its outdoor market. This is usually a busy day, when locals come out not just to shop but meet their friends and socialise too.
National parks and nature
With stunning coast, wetland areas and mountainous inland, Sardina has a diverse natural environment and offers the chance to see a great range of local wildlife. The west of Sardinia is popular with birdwatchers, who come to see many of the rare species that live here or choose to spend the winter here, including golden eagles. Even if you are not a keen birdwatcher, you may still enjoy the chance to see the Flamingos who choose to spend their winters in the wetlands in the south thanks to the mild climate and the large amount of their favourite food, saltwater shrimp. Sulcis Park has trails through valleys and mountains, where you may see mountain goats, or you can pay a visit to the national park on the island of Isola dell’Asinara, named after the albino donkeys who live there. If you are a nature lover, perhaps look for a hotel in one of the inland towns close to one of the national parks.
Price rangefrom AED 75to AED 10,988
Hotel Hotel Stefania Olbia
Hotel Stefania is a small, boutique hotel that overlooks the sea and nearby Pittulongu Beach. All rooms are en suite and feature amenities like satellite TV, hairdryer, mini-bar, safe, and air conditioning. Some rooms come with sea or garden views, while others feature a small balcony. Hotel Stefania offers amenities like a fitness centre, swimming pool, children's pool, and Jacuzzi. This hotel also has a private beach with umbrellas and loungers. Guests can also enjoy a massage room and billiard room. Meeting space is available. Ristorante Nino's features regional cuisine from Sardinia which includes a variety of seafood and pasta dishes including spaghetti with lobster and sauteed mussels. They also feature homemade desserts and offer an extensive wine list. Nearby activities include windsurfing, hiking, snorkelling, and boating. Sacred Well of Sa Testa is one mile away. The National Archaeological Museum of Olbia is just over three miles from this hotel. more
Hotel Les Suites Magnolia Olbia
The Bed & Breakfast, Les Suites Magnolia, was created with the aim of offering its guests a cozy and comfortable accommodation, characterized by refined elegance and a sophisticated design. Our property is located in the center of Olbia, in a quiet area and away from noise and traffic. Its strategic location allows you to reach the old town in 5 minutes, the main beaches of the Costa Olbiese in 8 minutes by car and is located 4 km from the port and airport Olbia-Costa Smeralda. Our Suites have a flat screen TV 40", private bathroom with shower, hairdryer, courtesy set, air conditioning, safe and mini bar. An Italian buffet breakfast with handmade, centrifugal and other cakes is available every day. You can spend your relaxing moments in a well-equipped garden. The property offers free Wi-Fi and conventions for our guests to make use of Spa and Fitness services. Our staff at the reception will give you assistance every day from 7:00 to 15:00 hours. more
Hotel Doubletree By Hilton Olbia - Sardinia Olbia
Conveniently located in the Sardinian port city of Olbia, Doubletree By Hilton Olbia - Sardinia overlooks its famed harbour and is just ten minutes' walk from the historic centre. As well as a 24-hour fitness centre, this upscale hotel in a modern building has an outdoor pool and a wellness centre on site. Stylish guest rooms featuring contemporary furniture and carpet floors come with flat-screen televisions and work desks, as well as safes and refreshment trays. Upgraded quarters add balconies and city views; suites provide oversized walk-in showers and whirlpool baths. Visitors can relax in the swish, atrium-style lobby lounge, and log-on to freely accessible Wi-Fi throughout. Elsewhere, there's a business centre, tour desk, and luggage storage facilities. Along with a breakfast buffet, Tibbias Restaurant serves up an array of acclaimed regional and Italian specialities in sleek surroundings. Flamingos Bar offers cocktails and an extensive wine list. Doubletree By Hilton Olbia - Sardinia is less than two kilometres from Olbia Archaeological Museum, and around three kilometres from Olbia Ferry Terminal. more
Hotel Hotel Moderno Olbia
The hotel is ideally situated both in the centre of Olbia and tucked away from the noise and traffic on a peaceful road near the main street, Viale Aldo Moro. The professional staff will strive to ensure that all of your needs are met during your stay in the 3-star hotel. Why not choose to enjoy a rich breakfast in your room before embarking on an exploration of the ancient city of Olbia, whose history can still be seen today? Sites to visit include the Punic Necropolis, the old town walls and the Roman baths. The Romanesque church of San Simplicio, which is made entirely of granite and which houses a fascinating collection of Roman funeral inscriptions from the Middle Ages, should not be missed. The hotel’s location 3 km form the airport and 1 km from the train station make it a convenient place to host business meetings. more
Hotel Hotel Luna Lughente Olbia
Set on a seafront hill, Luna Lughente features an elegant ambiance, superior cuisine and stunning views of Capo Figaro, Tavolara Island, Capo Ceraso and the Gulf of Olbia. The white sands of Pittulongu beach are just 1,5 km away from Hotel Luna Lughente. On scheduled times you can have a free shuttle service to reach Pittulongu beach. Free shuttles (on demand 48h before and availability) also connect the hotel with the port and the airport (only a 10-minute drive away). Fine fabrics, stylish designer furniture, pleasant colours and a striking design provide a welcoming, refined atmosphere. Each guest room is unique in its design and themes vary from classical to contemporary. Hotel Luna Lunghente has its own restaurant and serves traditional and gourmet Mediterranean specialities of renowned quality. Fresh fish, home made pasta, grilled food and the famous wines of Sardinia will make your stay even more memorable. Meals are served outside on the magnificent terrace or indoors in the inviting, air-conditioned dining room. more
Hotel Geovillage Hotel Olbia
Immersed in the scenery of the north-east coast of Sardinia, the Geovillage Sport Wellness & Convention Resort, easily accessible from the international airport Olbia Costa Smeralda, it is located a few km from the famous Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo. The nearest beach is 3 km and during the summer a free shuttle service from/to the beach is available. The Resort, which features a modern sports center (tennis courts in red clay and green set, tennis paddle, indoor swimming pool 25 meters and outdoor Olympic-size 50 m, gym with Technogym equipment, soccer fields), is perfect for an active holiday accompanied by moments of relaxation in the Beauty & Spa. Also ideal for families, during the summer, an animation team takes care of the fun of adults and children with an extensive program of activities. A scenic pool available from June to October complete the offer of the services available. The chefs of the Resort serve Mediterranean cuisine, traditional Sardinian and international dishes. more