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Sardinia

From Alghero to Palau

From Alghero to Palau
From Alghero to Palau
From Alghero to Palau
From Alghero to Palau
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Holiday in Sardinia in our camping villages

Sardinia has always been synonymous with vacation, long white beaches and crystal clear sea. Baia Holiday Camping Villages are located in the north of Sardinia, starting from Alghero till Palau going through Arzachena and Cannigione at the gates of the Costa Smeralda, and through Vignola Mare in the heart of the Gallura region.
In the surroundings of Alghero there are the famous beaches of Maria Pia, Bombarde, Lazaretto, the Porto Conte protected marine area and the most famous beach of La Pelosa located near Stintino. The area of Vignola Mare offers the beautiful beaches of Vignola , Rena Majore and Capo Testa, and also the opportunity to explore the land of Gallura, production area famous for the “Vermentino di Sardegna” avery well known Italian white wine.
The area of Cannigione can be considered an extension of the Emerald Coast that overlooks the Gulf of Arzachena on one side and the sea of the”Archipelago di La Maddalena”, in front of Baia Sardinia a few miles from the touristic town of Porto Cervo on the other side.
La Maddalena” can be reached also from Palau, close to Cannigione and Camping Capo d’Orso. The Camping is located in the old “Saline” area where you can find the famous “Roccia dell’Orso”, or bear stone from where the campsite takes his name.
Baia Holiday Group gives you the chance to discover the North of Sardinia staying in comfortable mobile homes, camping in a caravan, camper or a tent, or sleeping in rooms of the Resort Area.
Camping Village Laguna Blu is located very close from Alghero on the famous Riviera del Corallo on the North Western Sardinian coast.
The Camping Village Baia Blu La Tortuga is located in the Northern Sardinian coast, near Santa Teresa di Gallura and Aglientu.
Centro Vacanze Isuledda is located on “Costa Smeralda”, with camping pitches directly on the beach and a spectacular sea view on the “Archipelago di La Maddalena”. All Baia Holiday Campings in Sardinia are directly on the sea, offering you a pleasant and relaxing holiday.

To know

The weather in Sardinia
Sardinia has a mediterranean climate with long and very hot summers and short, mild winters. During the summer the temperature is around 30 °C, at some areas the temperature reach even 40°C. In high season the island is visited the most, but it is great even in July and September, it's hot but not too much due to the action of the winds, especially the Mistral. The area least affected by this wind is the east coast of the island, being a bit 'more sheltered’. The month of June is the driest, usually with a cloudless, clear sky.

The flavors of the island
The cuisine of Sardinia stands out world wide for the variety and richness of flavors it offers. It formed out during their fishing and agro-pastoral activities, and over times has been enriched thanks to trade with different cultures. The typical Sardinian bread (called Carasau pane), “porcetto” or "porceddu" and the roast lamb, the specialties of seafood and land fare food, cold cuts and cheeses of cow and goat. The culinary tradition of this area is rich in sweets, such as Seadas, a sweet fried soft heart of cottage cheese and a crunchy crust and lightly coated with honey or sugar.

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