Camping in Sardinia
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The magical island of Sardinia emerges majestically from the sparkling Mediterranean Sea, and features amazing beaches that could rival the very best in the world. The rugged interior is equally beautiful, with unspoilt landscapes helping you to reconnect with nature.
Book a stay in one of our sun-soaked campsites in Sardinia and enjoy stunning beach side resorts complete with swimming pools, sporting & recreational facilities, wellness areas and dining options. Relax in spacious accommodation on your idyllic island escape.
Camping Holidays In Sardinia
With breathtaking views and fewer tourist attractions, camping in Sardinia is for those seeking pure relaxation. Island retreats make idyllic getaways, and as Italy's second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia is no exception.
Baia Blu La Tortuga
4 Mori Family Village
Our Best Campsites In Sardinia
You can enjoy camping in Sardinia with comfortable accommodation and great on-site facilities from one of our handpicked campsites.
Tonnara is a peaceful haven on the sunny island of Sant'Antioco, off the coast of Sardinia, while 4 Mori Family Village is a beautiful campsite in the south of the island, a stone's throw from the beach. Bella Sardinia is a relaxed campsite on the beautiful Sinis-Peninsula of Sardinia’s west coast.
Wherever you choose to pitch up, you’ll enjoy fantastic camping amenities, wonderful accommodation and friendly resort staff.
Things to do when camping in Sardinia
One major reason to visit Sardinia is its stunning beaches - a complete haven for water sports enthusiasts with sailing, diving and windsurfing opportunities aplenty. Cala Goloritzé and Cala Spinosa are among the must-see beaches in Sardinia.
Cala Goloritzé is a stunning 60m long sandy beach decorated with pale-golden sand, smooth little pebbles, sparkling aquamarine waters and limestone rocks. With unforgettable views of the Supramonte Mountains, the beach is an idyllic getaway perfect for snorkelling, scuba diving and hiking.
Cala Spinosa in Capo Testa is nestled at the foot of the beautiful white cliffs of the Strait of Bonifacio, which are a dream for photographers. Popular with those who enjoy snorkelling, Spiaggia Cala Spinosa also shelters a cove that is home to many fascinating and colourful rocks.
Take a boat trip from the charming old city of Alghero to the caves at Grotta di Nettuno and be amazed by the beautiful stalagmites and stalactites.
From the resort of Stintino, catch a boat to one of the nearby islands and visit the beaches at Pelosa or Le Saline when flamingos can sometimes be seen on the salt ponds.
Splash around at the Aquadream water park in the village of Baja Sardinia on the Costa Smeralda. Try the Black Hole and King Kong twister slides, the trampolines and mini-golf, or the Baby Laguna for younger children.
While on a camping holiday in Sardinia, you have to visit the rare Giara horses of Gesturi, native to the island of Sardinia and see the ancient Nuraghe of Barumini, a World Heritage site. Behold the spectacular seascape and beaches of the Gulf of Orosei and visit the Bue Marino Caves with stalactites and stalagmites that reflect in the water.
Take a boat excursion to the 7 major islands of The Maddalena Archipelago, another of Sardinia’s Unesco World Heritage Sites. Snorkel in the clear and clean waters before visiting some breathtaking beaches and coves including the famous pink beach on the Island of Spargi.
Camping in Sardinia: an ideal destination for camping between the sea and the forest
If you dream of a sunny holiday escape that blends blissful beaches, delicious cuisine and a rich cultural heritage with inviting and comfortable family accommodation, look no further than our campsites in Sardinia that are at one with the wild landscape of this fascinating Italian island.
Their fantastic leisure facilities as well as their quality amenities are sure to win you over and make you want to enjoy them to the fullest. You'll feel at home in our resorts, immersed in nature with the chance to freely explore the lovely surroundings of Sardinia.
Where to go camping in Sardinia? Top 5 of the most beautiful regions to discover
The Mediterranean is full of breath-taking islands, and Sardinia is undoubtedly one of its most beautiful gems. It offers an impressive blend of wild beauty and culture, between beaches with turquoise waters and villages full of history. Our campsites are located by the sea in the most beautiful regions of the island, making for an unforgettable holiday.
Camping on the Costa Esmeralda with its picture-postcard crystal clear waters
Taking its name from the magnificent shades of blue and green that colour its sublime waters, the gorgeous Costa Esmerlda is punctuated by granite rocks. You'll be able to admire and appreciate extraordinary views if you stay in our campsites on the northern tip of Sardinia. You can visit beautiful Olbia, famous for its medieval basilica San Simplicio, but above all you will have the chance to be very close to the must-see Maddalena archipelago, a natural and protected Eden, which will satisfy lovers of deserted beaches.
Camping in the heart of Sassari with its splendid natural spaces
Our campsites in Sassari are the ideal starting point for exploring the caves of Neptunes, an incredible treasure of nature perched by the sea. The regional park of Porto Conte is also a must-see of the region, with its expanses of greenery, its rugged cliffs and its wild beaches. To cool off, don't forget the blissful La Pelosa beach, one of the most beautiful in Europe, in the Gulf of Asinara.
Camping in Oristano with its captivating diversity
By choosing a campsite in Sardinia in the province of Oristano, you will be spoiled for choice in terms of excursions: the town of Oristano, one of the great medieval cities of Sardinia, the Sinis Peninsula with its paradisiacal beaches and its renowned archaeological sites, or even inland and its exceptional local products.
Camping in the province of Cagliari with its incredible historical heritage
Close to Cagliari, the capital of the island, holidaymakers can savour a stay in the beautiful commune of Muravera. As well as being near to the lively and authentic city of Cagliari which abounds in historical monuments such as its Sainte Marie cathedral, the Saint-Rémi Bastion, or its archaeological museum, you can explore the entire Costa Rei and its pristine white sand beaches.
Campsite on Sant'Antioco Island, an authentic haven of peace
This small island, attached to Sardinia by a strip of land, is home to one of our campsites, nestled between the blue sea and green hills. You will be close to all the places of interest of this little piece of paradise. Stroll through its pretty, colourful streets before unfurling your towel on one of its many wild beaches.
Sardinia: An ideal destination for any type of holiday
With all it has to offer, it's no wonder Sardinia is popular with holidaymakers. Whether you are traveling solo, as a couple, with family or friends, our campsites in Sardinia adapt to all traveller profiles and offer facilities that are as comfortable as they are luxurious!
Camping for families with children
Traveling with the family is synonymous with activity and leisure, so you'll not be disappointed by our campsites in Sardinia, who’s many facilities and entertainment will delight your children. Young campers will particularly love the lively Children's Club at Bella Sardinia or splashing around in the waters of the amazing pool complexes dedicated for kids at the Blu La Tortuga and Laguna Blu campsites.
Camping for couples
Camping in Sardinia at our 4-star establishments is ideal for a romantic and intimate escape with your partner, where you can find all the charm and privacy you are looking for in a well-shaded and natural space. The 4 Mori Family Village 4 * campsite is the perfect example, with its charming mobile homes surrounded by greenery. Take advantage of the massage service for a moment of relaxation for two, before going down to the beach, directly accessible from the campsite, to treat yourself to a romantic swim.
The best 3, 4 and 5 star campsites in Sardinia for a great holiday with a swimming pool
The swimming pool is a place of relaxation, recreation and refreshing moments spent cooling off from the hot rays of the Mediterranean Sun. Our Baia Blu La Tortuga 4*, Bella Sardinia 4* and 4 Mori Family Village 4* campsites in Sardinia are equipped with spacious and perfectly maintained pools, all in a remarkable setting by the sea.
At 4 Mori Family Village campsite, holidaymakers can relax on the bubble benches of the tropical swimming pool while enjoying a delicious, freshly prepared cocktail.
Our advice for an ideal camping holiday in Sardinia
Ensure you make the most of your camping holiday in Sardinia with our overview of tips for preparing your stay in the best possible way.
How much does camping in Sardinia cost?
Prices vary depending on the season, the length of stay, the accommodation chosen and the location of the campsite.
- In low season (April/May/June/September/October), you can find stays of 7 nights in a mobile home from £350/€400. In Sardinia, this season is ideal for enjoying the good weather without the crowds.
- In high season (July/August): this is the ideal season to enjoy the sun, the beaches and all the campsite facilities, but prices are higher.
What type of camping accommodation is available in Sardinia?
We offer a wide choice of mobile homes for your stay in Sardinia: from 2 to 3 bedrooms, with air conditioning or without air conditioning and with or without a sun terrace. A mobile home is the ideal balance between enjoy an authentic camping stay in Sardinia while maintaining a certain level of comfort.
Which campsites accept dogs in Sardinia?
To respect the well-being of all holidaymakers, our campsites in Sardinia do not accept pets.
Discover our campsites in Sardinia:
- Bella Sardinia à Cuglieri
- 4 Mori Family Village in Muravera
- Baia Blu La Tortuga à Aglientu
- Tonnara à Sant’Antioco
If you want to bring your four-legged friend on holiday, please browse our dog friendly campsites page.
What are the best campsites by the sea in Sardinia?
The best campsites to enjoy the beach in Sardinia are Tonnara 4* campsite, the 4 Mori Family Village 4* campsite and the Baia Blu La Tortuga 4* campsite.
How to get to Sardinia?
The quickest and easiest way to get to Sardinia from the UK is by airplane. Direct flights to the island, landing at Olbia (OLB), Cagliari (CAG) and Alghero (AHO), are available from London airports, Bristol, Birmingham and Manchester. If you are flying from any other airport, you will likely have to make one stop.
How to get around Sardinia?
You can get to just about anywhere on the island by public transport. However, for more independence, car or scooter rental (for the feeling of freedom that this offers) remains ideal.
How long should I stay in Sardinia?
If you plan to visit as much of the island as possible, we'd recommend staying for 7-10 days. A 14 day stay will provide plenty of time to explore much of the island with enough time left over for relaxing at your campsite.
What are the best things to do in Sardinia?
There’s never a dull moment on a camping holiday in Sardinia. Here are just a few of the best activities to enjoy on the island:
- Embark on a boat tour of the Maddalena archipelago
- Walk on the old ramparts of Alghero
- Sample a glass of Cannonau, a typical full-bodied red wine made by hand
- Swim in the crystal clear waters of De Porto Istana beach in Olbia
- Discover the mysterious Nuraghi of the island
- Visit the capital Cagliari and La Bastione di Saint Remy
- Stroll in Porto Cervo in the North East of the island
No matter where your campsite is located, it is very easy and quick to get to all corners of the island of Sardinia.
Camping in Sardinia: an ideal destination for camping by the sea
With its white sandy beaches and turquoise waters, Sardinia has enough beauty to envy the Caribbean! You can enjoy the gorgeous coastline directly from our campsites that are all ideally located by the sea with direct access to the beach.
The beach is the ideal place to swim and cool off, or discover the marvellous marine life on the seabed while enjoying diving or snorkelling. Admire the sunset in love on the beach and treat yourself to a reading break in the shade on a deckchair while lulling yourself by the warm atmosphere of the Sardinian beaches.