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Camping in Sardinia

Island retreats can make idyllic getaways, and Italy’s Sardinia, the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, is no exception.

Sardinia’s emerald coastline is arguably one of the most spectacular in Europe. Its beaches are a haven for water sports enthusiasts offering sailing, diving and windsurfing opportunities aplenty.

Canvas introduced camping opportunities in Sardinia in 2013. Camping Tonnara in Sant’Antioco, an island connected to Sardinia’s southwestern corner, is a small beach-based campsite, ideal for soaking in the Sardinian sun.

Things to do when you’re camping in Sardinia

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Alghero: Catalan and Italian influences combine in this charming old city with its ramparts and narrow cobbled lanes. Take a boat trip to the caves at Grotta di Nettuno and be amazed by the beautiful stalagmites and stalactites.

Stintino: The resort of Stintino lies between two harbours. Take a boat trip to one of the nearby islands and visit the beaches at Pelosa or Le Saline, when flamingoes can sometimes be seen on the salt ponds.

Aquadream: Splash around at this 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.

Book your camping holiday in Sardinia online or by calling our knowledgeable sales team on 0345 268 0827. Use our campsite finder to choose your campsite.

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