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Why camping Laguna Blu ?

  • Snow white beaches and bright blue sea. Life here is truly bella!
  • Lots of fun in the water and playgrounds for kids
  • Unique: the campsite has its own diving school!



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Camping Laguna Blu

Pearl white beaches and a crystal clear sea.A heavenly combination that makes the Italian island of Sardinia so sublime.You can walk to the beautiful beaches of the north west coast from Camping Laguna Blu. It's just a 500m stroll to your sun lounger. The pine and eucalyptus trees that surround the campsite add a real Sardinian holiday ambiance. Sounds bellissimo, doesn't it?

Recommended by our region specialist

"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."

The surrounding area of Laguna Blu

Camping Laguna Blu is in the Porto Conte National park. An area that's very popular with beach and nature lovers. The beaches of Le Bombarde and Lazzaretto are truly stunning. Look carefully and you'll find some amazing, little secret bays. There is a lot more to see here than just the beautiful countryside. The archeological sites are also well worth a visit. So go out and explore the area! On foot, bike or even on horseback!

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

  • Mobile home
  • Pitch

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Surroundings

Camping Laguna Blu is in the Porto Conte National park. An area that's very popular with beach and nature lovers. The beaches of Le Bombarde and Lazzaretto are truly stunning. Look carefully and you'll find some amazing, little secret bays. There is a lot more to see here than just the beautiful countryside. The archeological sites are also well worth a visit. So go out and explore the area! On foot, bike or even on horseback!

Some tips for your holiday at Laguna Blu in Alghero

  • Alghero is often called the Barcelona of Italy. Not surprising, as this magnificent city used to be a colony of Catalonia. The Catalan culture is still very much alive here, on every street corner and town square. You can even stroll along the Ramblas here!
  • Neptunes caves are the number one atraction in this area. This group of limestone rock formations are reached by boat from Alghero harbour, or on foot, when using the rock staircase.
  • Sardinia means beaches. The campsite shuttle bus will gladly take you to the areas best beaches!
  • Nearest airport: Alghero (AHO) at 10 km
  • Bus station: 100 m
  • Area: flat
  • Supermarket: 500 m

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