Taking some time off is always a treat. Taking that time to visit Italy could be even better.
While browsing through the various regions of Italy, making a decision on where to go is one of the hardest parts. That is why after spending quite some time on my laptop looking for the perfect family trip, I stumbled upon Sardinia.
What’s it like?
Not only do its beaches look unreal, but also it’s the perfect spot to visit with children. Each season has its perks, so you will never be disappointed. Summer is the most common season of all to visit, with all the nature surrounding it, delicious food, and fun activities, I think families could find Sardinia to be a really good spot for their next holiday.
All of Sardinia looks beautiful, but if you’re looking for those really special spots, the South of the island looks like the place to go. Two splendid places that will definitely stun you are Villasimius and Capo Carbonara. These areas in particular, are brimming with beautiful beaches, hidden bays, and magnificent nature all around.
Where to stay?
After a search on where to stay, I found many recommendations for Hotel Pullman Timi Ama Sardegna. This seems to be one of the best resorts Sardinia can offer, especially when you are a parent. As parents you are often exhausted, from jobs and demanding children and sleep deprivation, which is why with the various activities offered for the children you will have that extra time that you might have not been able to get since the baby/babies came along; meaning cocktails poolside, while your children are having their own fun under the vigilant eye of the resort’s staff.
So why not book holiday resorts in Sardinia on pullmanhotels.com, for your exclusive holiday in the Mediterranean paradise! The children will love Villasimius and Capo Carbonara too, thanks to the underwater world that they get to explore, and all the adventures they get to go on. Among all of the activities (practically one per day), you and your children will also be able to take boat trips and explore the smaller, surrounding islands. It is recommended to visit the near pond Notteri, which hosts a flamboyance of flamingos that will literally leave you speechless.
How to get there?
Getting to Sardinia by plane or ferry is easy and quick. The trains in Sardinia rarely fill up, but reserving a spot is always best; make sure to look into the “Trenino Verde” for your kids too, it’s a ride through magical-looking landscapes! So if you’re looking for a family-friendly spot for the upcoming summer holidays, don’t look further than Sardinia.
Have you been already? Any other top recommendations of this to do and places to visit?