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Sardinia Vacation Packages

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Where to stay in Sardinia

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Top Hotels in Sardinia

Hotel Due Colonne
Hotel Due Colonne
3 out of 5
via Sardegna, 4, Cagliari, CA
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is ¥12,972 per night from Aug 1 to Aug 1
4.3/5Excellent! (184 reviews)
Central hotel
"Great location - very convenient for bus & train station, as well as restaurants & shops. Good standard of accommodation & helpful staff. Very clean."

Reviewed on Sep 13, 2020

Hotel Due Colonne
Hotel Carlos V & SPA
Hotel Carlos V & SPA
5 out of 5
Lungomare Valencia, 24, Alghero
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is ¥30,672 per night from Aug 24 to Aug 24
4.5/5Wonderful! (293 reviews)
Great Hotel
"This was a great hotel, very relaxed. Not too far , 15 minutes, walk to town and a very pleasant walk. Just across the road are lovely spots to go swimming off the rocks as well"

Reviewed on Sep 18, 2020

Hotel Carlos V & SPA
Hotel Martini Olbia
Hotel Martini Olbia
4 out of 5
Via Gabriele d'Annunzio, 21, Olbia
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is ¥19,104 per night from Aug 1 to Aug 1
4/5Very Good! (139 reviews)
Ageing 4 Star
"Comfortable Hotel. The look from the outside does not correlate with the inside of the hotel albeit it is an ageing 4 star. The room was spacious and the bed was one of the better one that we have had in Sardegna Wifi was a little slow but adequate. Excellent continental breakfast wit fresh fruits ..."

Reviewed on Oct 10, 2019

Hotel Martini Olbia
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Top things to do in Sardinia

Sardinia Vacation Packages

This independent Italian region is known for luxurious coastal beaches and a wild, unexplored interior. 

The large Mediterranean island of Sardinia has some of Italy’s most beautiful beaches. Come to the island’s east coast with glamorous oceanfront resorts. For an altogether different experience, explore the unspoiled interior, where you’ll find secluded grottoes, imposing granite cliffs and ancient ruins from the various civilizations that have lived here over the centuries. 

Investigate Sardinia’s Costa Smeralda or Emerald Coast. You’ll immediately see why this destination is popular among celebrities and millionaires. Glistening white sands meet deep emerald waters. The coastline includes some of the most expensive resorts on the continent. 

The fishing port of Alghero has retained its unique character in spite of its popularity with tourists. Also known as "Barcelonetta" (Little Barcelona), the town exudes a distinctly Spanish ambiance. Wander through its gorgeous historic center, which is among the most well-preserved in Sardinia or explore the pristine beaches found nearby, including Le Bombarde and Lazaretto

Venture toward the center of the island, a relatively untouched region known for its excellent hiking and bird-watching. Traditional ways of life persist in these remote regions, with many families still earning their livelihood as shepherds. Nuoro, one of the larger interior towns, is a convenient stopover for exploring the nearby Gennargentu mountain range as well as the region’s smaller towns and villages. 

Don’t miss the mystical Nuragic complexes in various locations across the island. These prehistoric ruins were built by the Nuragic civilization, a society unique to Sardinia living on the island between 1500 and 500 B.C. One of the largest complexes is the Nuraghe Su Nuraxi, located in the village of Barumini, which is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

July and August are Sardinia’s busiest months. Visit during the off-peak seasons of April to June or September to October to avoid crowds. Sardinia is served by Aeroporto-Cagliari-Elmas, which is well connected to Italy and the rest of Europe. Although it’s possible to tour the island by bus and train, public transportation services can be unreliable. Consider renting a car for more flexibility.

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