Camping in Sardinia
Camping on Sardinia
When you go on a camping holiday in Sardinia you’re in for a treat. Beaches that rival the Caribbean. Guaranteed hours of sunshine. Fabulous Italian cuisine. Fascinating sight- seeing, with beautiful medieval cities, spectacular caves, ancient Roman Architecture and the glitter and glamour of the Costa Smeralda. The cities of Cagliari, Sassari and Alghero are not far from your campsite and make for some delightful days out. Wine lovers will be in heaven here, with the vineyards of Santadi , Olbia and Alghero nearby. Outdoor enthusiasts have the time of their lives on this incredible island. Bike, hike, climb or swim in the sea. Pretty, colourful coastal towns adorn the shores of the azure Mediterranean. Yes Sardinia really has all you need for a perfect family camping holiday.Read more
Valledoria - Sardinia - Italy
A perfect place for discovering the wonderful nature on the isle of Sardinia. You can relax in the swimming pool or the sandy beach which is set in a lovely bay.
Torre del Pozzo / Cuglieri - Sardinia - Italy
Well situated campsite with top class facilities and a large sandy beach nearby. Enjoy a visit to nearby Cagliari.
Sant'Antioco - Sardinia - Italy
Pleasant, small campsite set in a beautiful bay. Safe bathing so ideal for families with small children. Enjoy the tropical surroundings and crystal clear waters.
Alghero - Sardinia - Italy
A quiet campsite on the northwestern coast of Sardinia. The beach and deep blue sea are within walking distance. The campsite offers good entertainment and has a dive centre and pizzeria. A treasure of a campsite in an interesting area.
Aglientu - Sardinia - Italy
This family campsite with new water park with cool water playground is right by the sandy beach of Vignola Mare. Wow, the sea is crystal clear here! Explore northern Sardinia from this little piece of paradise.
Family Camping fun by the water in Sardinia
Camping in Sardinia means you’re never far from the water. Sardinia has beaches that cater for everyone. From the Northern coast of Santa Teresa di Gallura to the family friendly beaches in Chia Sheltered, shallow and calm water for families with children. Hidden coves for adventurers. Beaches with a lot of wind and big waves for water sports enthusiasts. Tour the island by car and discover perfect white soft sands and stunning azure water close to your campsite. Swim, splash, surf or take to the seas by boat. Or simply relax and sunbathe on your own little slice of holiday heaven.
City trips from your campsite in Sardinia
The city of Cagliari is just a short drive from the campsite and is a fabulous place for a short city trip. It’s the largest city in Sardinia and its rich mix of culture and history make it an interesting place for the whole family. Alghero and Sassari are beautiful cities with great sight- seeing and excellent restaurants. Looking for an affordable alternative near the Costa Smeralda, then head for Olbia with its charming historic old town, delightful boutiques and lovely wine bars. Relax by the harbour with a glass of Vino Veritas and watch the world go gently by.
Outdoor Activities in Sardinia
Hiking and climbing enthusiasts will feel right at home in Sardinia. It’s a real paradise for those who enjoy an active outdoor camping holiday. Visit the Gennargentu National Park on the island’s wild east side, where mountains collide spectacularly with the Mediterranean in the Golfo di Orosei. If you’re lucky you might spot an eagle soaring high above you. Road biking, mountain biking and trekking are great ways to see best ways of Sardinia. Discover wind-shaped mountains, deep canyons and enchanting forests. Fishing lovers can take to the seas for some amazing deep sea fishing.
Things to see and do near the campsite in Sardinia
There’s so much more to see near your campsite than just the beautiful beaches. Admire the spectacular ancient cave Grotta di Nettuno by Alghero. Or visit the famous Sella & Mosca vineyard close by. When in Cagliari the vast neoclassical Bastion of Saint Remy and impressive Roman Amphitheatre are a must for history lovers. Feel like some high level glamour? Head for Porto Cervo and get a taste of how the high rollers holiday on the glitzy Costa Smeralda. Sip your Vermentino slowly as you watch the sun set on another perfect day!