The autonomous island belonging to Italy is ideal for campers. Sardinia offers more than 3000 hours of sunshine a year and pleasant climatic conditions. And during the main tourist season, from May to October, the many campsites offer the possibility of making oneself comfortable even at night in a tent with mild temperatures.
Also for a holiday in a camper or bungalow on a campsite near the beach speaks the dreamlike water temperature of an average of 20 degrees in summer.
In addition, the Sardinian island also has a large number of great sights, which are usually easily accessible for travelers. For holidaymakers who want to see as much as possible of the friendly island with its impressive natural landscapes, it is well worth moving from campsite to campsite within a stay.
And because Italy offers special accommodation not only for regular camping, but also for the more luxurious variant, glamping on Italy's second largest Mediterranean island is also no foreign word.
Sardinia has a large number of impressive buildings such as Byzantine and Romanesque churches for those who are interested in culture and architecture. Visitors of the island can experience nature very closely in national and regional parks, while the mountain regions invite to extended moving and Trekkingtouren.
Italy also has a lot to offer in terms of culinary delights and Sardinian cuisine is particularly popular.
Sardinia has a Mediterranean flora and fauna diversity and the tourist centres of Porto Cervo, with their charm and special flair, are ideal destinations for excursions. Family-friendly campsites can be found on the north coast of Vignola Mare.
The water is mostly shallow and the rugged rock formations of the region invite you to take a stroll. In Vignola Mare also water sports enthusiasts like kitesurfers and divers feel at home. Bathing campers can also settle in Castiadas at the south end of the Costa Rei with fantastic sandy bays with camper vans or tents. It is also possible to rent a bungalow here. And while the parents enjoy the peace and quietness at the camping table in the great outdoors, toddlers and children can take part in exciting and thrilling animation programs, which often take place directly on the camping site itself or nearby.
Gardening and perfectly maintained motorhome pitches are available for holidaymakers in Alghero and Cala Gonone. Cala Gonone is also an ideal starting point for excursions to various caves and entertaining boat trips along the Mediterranean coast.
Younger generations will be pleased to find a cheaper offer for an overnight stay in a tent near Valledoria. Marina di Torre Grande offers numerous leisure activities such as an open-air swimming pool and it is only a ten-minute drive to the next larger town.
Sardinia has a Mediterranean climate with warm summers and mild winters. The island is characterised by impressive coastal landscapes and mountainous regions. In addition, the entire island is considered a paradisiacal nature reserve, as there are numerous rare animal species under special protection. In order to be able to enjoy the unique landscapes with the special flora and fauna up close, camping is a worthwhile alternative to spending the night in a hotel or holiday home.
Popular excursion destinations such as cave systems, stalactite caves, bizarre granite rock formations and even archaeologically significant sites of relics can be easily reached from nearby campsites. In addition, larger towns organise regular tours and day trips.
Both minimalist travellers and holidaymakers who do not want to do without comfort will find a suitable place to stay overnight on the charming island.
Whether an adventurous holiday in a tent, comfortable in a camper van or luxurious glamping in comfortable bungalows or tents with their own bathroom, Sardinia has something for every taste.
Among the absolute highlights in Sardinia, as far as the excursion destinations during a camping holiday in Italy are concerned, the cave system Grotta del Bue Marino in the Golfo di Orosei, the stalactite cave Grotta di Nettuno near Alghero and the famous red rocks of Arbatax in Nuoro.
Impressive relics from the Neolithic period can be admired in the Parco del Sulcis. Travellers enjoy the nightlife in Porto Cervo on the Costa Smeralda, where there are numerous pubs and exclusive restaurants.
Hikers, cyclists and water sports enthusiasts in particular benefit from camping as a holiday option in Sardinia. Numerous campsites are located close to the coast and offer sufficient space for tents, camper vans and caravans. Areas in the midst of nature close to the mountain regions offer holidaymakers the opportunity for extensive hikes or guided mountain tours.
Italy is one of the most popular destinations in Europe, and its friendly island presents itself as an ideal destination for nature lovers. The impressive landscape and mild climate make the region so worthwhile for campers. Whether bathers, water sports enthusiasts or hiking enthusiasts, here all travellers get their money's worth. Sardinia's numerous campsites are diverse and offer accommodation to suit almost every taste.
Family-friendly campsites have playgrounds and some offer childcare with animation programmes for children. Along the coast there are also minimalist campsites, possibilities for luxurious glamping and spacious areas for motorhomes and caravans.
Sardinia is therefore a worthwhile destination for campers wishing to spend their next holiday in Italy.