5 Must See Before You Die Beach Resorts in Sardinia

5 Must See Before You Die Beach Resorts in Sardinia

August 02, 2017

Sardinia an Italian island in the Mediterranean Sea, and its exterior has some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, while its interior is very mountainous lined with hiking trails. No resort will have the same view. Here are the top five must see before you die, luxury beach resorts in Sardinia.

 

Pullman Timi Ama Sardegna

resort pool and palms

At this luxury resort, have the best of both worlds with a hotel pool and a beach nearby to enjoy as a couple or a family. The rooms come in an assortment of sizes, including an executive suite with a king sized bed and a single bed. Each room has its own view; some facing the garden and others the water. For an extra charge, there is a wellness center. You can even have a nice afternoon in a nearby park with a picnic full of food from the nearby grocery store

 

Club Hotel Baia Sardinia

beach resort

 Club Hotel has one hundred three rooms, so you are sure to find an assortment of gorgeous views out your window. With Baia Sardinia Beach right there, you won’t even notice that there is no pool because you will be spending so much time in the sun. Other notable landmarks nearby are the Island of Budelli, Giants Tombs Coddu Vecchio, and Isola del Gabbiani.

 

Hotel Marinedda Thalasso & Spa

resort pool

Located in the north of Sardinia, this five star hotel is located near Isola Rossa, where you can experience fine restaurants and nightlife away from the resort. You will have access to one of the best panoramic views on the Golfo dell’Asinara to the resort’s north side. This is an excellent resort for a wellness vacation for the entire family, but part of the beaches contain a soft, sandy bottom that the children will especially love.

 

Chia Laguna

resort pool spa

 With lagoons full of pink flamingos surrounded by untouched, natural beautify, Chia Laguna just might be the quintessential Italian vacation. This resort is also a true foodie paradise with nine restaurants boasting international food with a Mediterranean flair, using the local sea and land as the stars of their dishes.

 

Hotel Stella Maris

sunset and pool

Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy snorkeling on this resort’s private beach. How about beginning your day with a breakfast from the clubhouse and then driving to nearby destinations, such as Cape Santa Maria or Columbus Point Monument? Enjoy an in room massage as you make free, local calls to business colleagues in the area. There are twenty one rooms at this hotel so it will be a quiet time without a lot of distractions but with a whole lot of luxury.

Of course, a luxurious vacation is not complete without being in style. Following the interest we wrote a blog post about What to Wear in Sardinia creating a sort of packing list with plenty of ideas.