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.