Emerald Coast - Sardinia's most precious gem

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Have you always dreamed of a perfect holiday in Italy, but were terrified by the visions of kilometer-long queues, artificially inflated prices and urban chaos? If so, you can breathe easy - sunny Italy is much more than big cities. It is also the enchanted world of Mediterranean islands, the most beautiful of which is small Sardinia . Her charm has been seductive for years. Its northern coast, full of perfect, sandy beaches, has become a real hit among tourists and celebrities around the world. The 50-kilometer strip of coast stretching on both sides of the town of Arzacheno has been called Costa Smeralda - the "Emerald Coast" - thanks to the unique color of the sea water. And this is where it is worth going in search of the perfect holiday - among luxurious estates, yachts and resorts you can discover the fascinating life of real Sardinia - not only the one located on the surface...

Life on the beach, or the charms of a holiday in Sardinia


Visiting Sardinia is incredibly easy. The size of the island means that we can get from the Costa Smeralda area to Cagliari in the very south in just 3 hours. Therefore, by staying here we can be sure that our holiday will be varied and that during our stay we will be able to see everything that is most beautiful on the island. However, before we go deep into the Sardinian interior, it is worth spending some time getting to know the coast itself. The area around Palau and Cannigione Arzachena is one of the most beautiful towns in this part of Sardinia. They are located right on the turquoise waters of the warm Tyrrhenian Sea and are famous for their kilometers of wide and often deserted beaches. Anyone who has ever dipped their feet in the hot, fine sand of Porto Pollo or Spiaggia del Principe will have no doubt that they are in a true beachgoer's paradise. To complete your holiday in Sardinia , you must visit the La Maddalena archipelago, located just 5 kilometers from the Costa Smeralda coastline. These islands, delighting with lush nature, boast the best beaches in Europe - Spiaggia Rosa and Cala Corsara are real treasures that are perfect for diving, snorkeling, or simply blissful laziness.

Accommodation in Sardinia


The charm of the island attracts thousands of tourists every season - so when planning a holiday in Sardinia, it is worth considering accommodation in advance. Accommodation in Sardinia is extremely diverse: luxury resorts, family guesthouses and chain hotels spring up one next to the other. However, for independent tourists who value comfort, a much better choice than a classic hotel will be... a campsite in Sardinia .

A hit is Camping Capo D'Orso , located in the heart of Costa Smeralda, a modernly equipped resort belonging to the Baia Holiday chain, with a view of the majestic Bear Rock and almost the entire coast. Less than 100 meters away there is a sandy and clean beach. The place will appeal to both holiday lazy people and people who always want to be fit. The possibilities for relaxation are endless here: from an afternoon aperitif in a local bar and carefree sunbathing at a guarded swimming area to learning windsurfing and kayaking around the coast full of mysterious caves. Accommodation is always of the highest standard - guests can choose from a wide range of accommodation options. Comfortable bungalows and mobile homes, family-friendly campers or spacious campsites - everyone will find something for themselves here. Of course, Italian acacias wouldn't be complete without a lot of fun - and Camping Capo d'Orso takes care of that. Daily animations prepared by a passionate team of animators will draw everyone into the circle of dance and music!

And if you are thinking about going to other parts of Italy, be sure to check out our extensive database of campsites in Italy !

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A. Żaba
A. Żaba

I love traveling, it's an understatement, it's just my whole life. I spend 80% of the year jumping here and there :)

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