Sardinia holiday rentalsVillas & apartments to rent in Sardinia
Sardinia is the second largest island in the Meditteranean just south of Corsica with over 1500km of beautiful sandy beaches, incredible rocky formations and surrounded by warm shimmering turquoise sea. The island is diverse offering sophisticated holidays in the summer to skiing at 1800m at Bruncu Spinao during the winter, the second highest peak of the Gennargentu Mountain Range.
With direct flights to Cagliara, Olbia and Alghero, these cities are the main gateway to the island with many people tending to spend at least a few days exploring them before venturing out to discover the magical coastal resorts of Sardinia and the inner beauty of the mountains that resemble the Monroes of the Scottish Highlands.
|At a glance...|
|Romain ruins at Tharros (west) or Nora (south)||✔|
|Tour a vineyard and sample the local wine - Cannonau||✔|
|Archaeology - Nuraxi su Barumini||✔|
|Airports - Alghero, Olbia & Cagliari||✔|
|Capital - Cagliari||✔|
Sardinia is an all year round destination but to experience the island's beaches, the best time to visit is from April to the end of September where the days are long and warm. During that period the temperature ranges from a pleasant 22 degrees peaking in to the early thirties in July and August with hardly any rain.
Featured villas & apartments
Many of our holiday homes in Sardinia come with all the facilities you would expect including wifi, satelite TV and private / shared swimming pool. The key consideration is timing - if you are planning a holiday during the peak summer months near the main attractions such as Porto Cervo, Porto Rotondo or Villasimius, these villas and apartments tend to get booked up very early.See all rentals
Featured resorts in Sardinia
Things to see & do in Sardinia
In addition to wandering around the fascinating and wonderful cities and villages, wining, dining and sight seeing, there are plenty of things to see and do for the whole family - a few suggestions....
The Maddalena Archipelago sits on the north-western coast of Sardinia, off the Costa Smeralda. It consists of 7 main islands surrounded by warm and crystal clear waters:
- La Maddalena
- Santo Stefano
- Santa Maria
La Pelosa beach, near Stintino
Sardinia is blessed with fabulous white sandy beaches but La Pelosa beach in northern Sardinia is widely recognised as one of the best.
La Pelosa lies at the feet of Capo Falcone in front of the wild island of Asinara. It boasts silky smooth white sand and transparent turquoise waters. The beach is ideal for families with good facilities including cafes and restaurants.
Romain ruins at Tharros
Tharros is located on the southern tip of the Gulf of Oristano, in central-western Sardinia. This open air museum is one of the most important archaeological sites in the Mediterranean where you will discover more than two thousand years of history.
The ancient city was founded in the 8th century BC and was occupied by many civilisations from the Phoenicians and Byzantines to the Romans.
Our view on holidays in the Sardinia
Sardinia has always been a very popular tourist destination and these days, even more accessible with low cost airfares and value for money holiday rentals accommodation. It is an island of stark contrast from the millionaires playground on the famous Costa Smeralda with breathtaking scenery and luxurious hotels, clubs and designer boutiques, to the unspoilt south coast.
In some parts on Sardinia's southern coast, you would be forgiven if you thought you were on a deserted exotic island - a surreal experince with deserted beaches and warm, deep azure crystal clear sea. In a nutshell,Sardinia is a top family holiday destination, full of gastronomic tradition, rich in culture, history and incredibly friendly.
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