Wedged in between the sparkling sandy beaches on the Mediterranean Sea shores and verdant green hills, 4* Campsite Mori Family Village welcomes families in search of a sun-drenched stay in the paradise of South Sardinia.
One of the highlights of the resort, the swimming pool complex consists of a main pool and lagoon style pool with shallow waters as well as palm trees and soft grass. A spacious sun terrace wraps around the pools, while a tranquil wellness area offers a haven in which to rejuvenate and relax.
A few yards from the campsite lies the shimmering waters and soft white sands of a blissful beach. Many campers spend most of their holidays by the sea, either sunbathing or swimming. The resort operates a diving school, so get ready to learn the basics of Scuba and take a diving trip in the colourful waters of the Mediterranean. Youngsters through to teenagers can rub shoulders with other holidaymakers at the respective Kids Clubs.
Serving up both regional and national cuisine in a friendly and inviting atmosphere, the resort’s restaurant caters to all tastes. Enjoy pizza, pasta, fish, meat and vegetarian dishes. The beach bar is a great place to enjoy soft drinks and alcoholic beverages throughout the day. Sip on a sweet cocktail from the pool bar as the lively evening entertainment kicks in.
Offering shade and serenity, our accommodation options keep you calm and cool during your stay. Our air-conditioned mobile homes feature spacious living areas and plenty of useful amenities.
The main lure of a camping holiday in Sardinia is the abundance of gorgeous beaches where holidaymakers can bask under the scorching sun. The beach directly edging the campsite is ideal for quick and easy days at sea, while the spectacular beaches of Spiaggia di Feraxi and Feraxi Pond are ideal for day trips.
There’s nothing like trying something new on a camping break, so be sure to enrol in the resort’s fantastic diving lessons. Once equipped with knowledge and a full tank of air, you can explore the beauty of Sardinia’s marine life. For an easier expedition, simply bring your own snorkelling gear.
Spend some time away from the shores and you will discover that the inland areas of the island are just as beautiful. In the Sette Fratelli National Park, you’ll find plenty of places to walk and cycle, especially in the woodlands where the famous Sardinian deer roam freely.
For a more urban adventure, head to the capital of the island. Cagliari is a vibrant city with numerous attractions, namely the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption and Saint Cecilia, Molentargius - Saline Regional Park, the Archaeological museum and the Castle of San Michele.
From 27/05/2023 To 01/10/2023
Deutsch, French, Italian, English
Pets not permitted