How to Spend a Honeymoon in Sardinia

Situated west of Italy in the clear waters of the Mediterranean, Sardinia is an island offering a wide range of marvelous beaches and upscale accommodations. The near-ideal climate just adds up to the ultimate option for newlyweds.

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Sardinia’s Best Beaches For Your Honeymoon

Each of the four provinces of Sardinia (Nuoro, Oristano, Sassari, South Sardinia and the capital city of Cagliari) boasts of extensive coastlines with beautiful beaches and are worth adding to your Sardinia itinerary

Is Aruttas photo on Flickr by lorello

Is Aruttas, in the proximity of Oristano, represents an ideal starting point for exploring the best beaches across the island. The will leave you indelible memories. This secluded, 600m long beach with white sands of quartz and turquoise waters with only two restaurant buildings will help you feel at your ease even during peak summertime. After getting relaxed at the beach, pay a visit to the nearby Sinis island to make your trip complete.

Spiaggia Rena Bianca is located in the province of Olbia and stretched over 300 meters, it is ranked among the best beaches considering the cleanliness of the surrounding sea waters. A plethora of sun loungers and umbrellas, restaurants and bars, will provide you with extreme comfort during the high season.

Cala Brandinchi Image on Flickr by Alexander van Loon

In the same province, you can also enjoy Cala Brandinchi beach with transparent turquoise waters. The 700m long coastline is a perfect place for all types of travelers and reminds us of Tahiti.

North-west Sardinia offers the well-known Coral shoreline including Le Bombarde beach. Golden sands and lush vegetation around the beach provide for a relaxing and romantic getaway. There are both private and public areas where you can also enjoy windsurfing, kayaking, and other activities.

Spiaggia del Principe is worth visiting while exploring north-west Sardinia and namely, Costa Smeralda. This relatively small beach (250m) will immediately captivate you with white sands and lucid waters suitable for snorkeling, surfing and a variety of similar activities.

Cala Luna Looking North Image on Flickr by Alexander van Loon
Cala Luna Looking North Image on Flickr by Alexander van Loon

Cala Luna beach in the region of Nuoro is surrounded by limestones and crystal-clear azure waters. Accessible on foot or by boat, this beach is an ideal spot for water activities. In addition, the neighboring Bue Marino Caves with captivating stalagmites and stalactites are a great place to visit to complete a great boat excursion during your stay.

Where to Visit During your Honeymoon in Sardinia

Porto Cervo

Porto Cervo in the north-eastern part of the island is a great place for honeymooners. Offering a myriad of luxury accommodations and highly demanded port, you can equally enjoy a big variety of affluent restaurants, upscale fashion stores and miscellaneous cultural events in Porto Cervo. Rich nightlife will be at your service to totally unwind during your romantic escape.

The Dolce Vita Hotel is just a 5-minute drive from the center and offers splendid accommodation for Porto Cervo visitors. The Sardinian-chic 3-story building has a minimalistic design fitting all types of tastes. Simple rooms, vast relaxing spaces, pool, and the surrounding lush greenery make the Dolce Vita Hotel an ideal spot for your romance-focused holidays. Panoramic views and various activities, including horse riding, excursions to the archaeological sites, spa-related programs, etc. simply add up to a dreamlike vacation.

Hotel Balocco is another accommodation suitable for your needs. Being situated in the same district, it also boasts of fascinating views over the port. The bright and refreshing white interior with a specific artisanal touch is a perfect start for your new life, while the pool in the middle of the garden with two separate compartments according to guests’ age enables the hotel visitors to get fully relaxed during the daytime. However, your preferred spot within the structure might become ‘Anna’s Restaurant’ where you can taste local delicacies.

Castelsardo

Castelsardo Sardinia Seaside Beach Coastline Pixabay

Castelsardo in the northern Sardinia is another great destination for newlyweds. Representing a historic town, it stands out with its famous castle overlooking the Asinara Gulf. Here nature merges with the sea waters that in its turn guarantees total relax.

Hotel Rosa dei Venti offers its guests a typical Sardinian accommodation in perfect compliance with the medieval town’s ambiance. Simple design and furnishings providing the necessary comforts make you completely attached to the hotel terrace. The latter is an ideal place for experiencing various dishes and beverages while admiring spectacular views of the Mediterranean. You can enrich your stay at the Hotel Rosa dei Venti with day trips or nearby beach activities.

Hotel Rosa dei Venti On HoneyMoon Always

For a more ritzy vacation, you are supposed to choose Bajaloglia Resort in Castelsardo. Attention to details, overall design and modern furnishings along with exquisite cuisine and a vast spa area turn the hotel into a suitable location for your wedding event or post-wedding holidays. In either way, Bajaloglia Resort will help you replenish yourself with new strengths within the medieval ambiance.

Cagliari

Located in the south of the island, the capital of Cagliari is accessible by plane or ferry. The characteristic beige architecture and vast squares make you long for a promenade in this seaside city. The combination of mountains and beaches provides another great location for an after-wedding respite.

Fior di Lotto B&B represents a typical city hotel suitable for exploring Cagliari. The structure comprises eight comfortable and fully furnished rooms being named after different flowers. Warm and smooth interiors along with ample ensuite bathrooms will allow you to totally unwind. Kitchenette led TV and free Wi-Fi is available in every room of the hotel.

Villa Fanny Hotel in the city center is the right place for luxury seekers. The interior encompasses 19 elegantly designed rooms providing their guests with all the modern comforts. Smooth and bright pastel tones and wooden accents add up to the cozy yet sumptuous atmosphere. Ensuite bathrooms and Finnish saunas are the pinnacles of wellbeing. In the surrounding lavish garden, you’ll rediscover the joy of a relaxing getaway in total peace and privacy.

Cala Gonone

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The beaches around Cala Gonone are some of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean offering a great base for diving, kayaking, treking and other great outdoor activities. Along with inspiring nature, the town is famous for its local specialties. Hence, Cala Gonone might well become an ideal host for honeymooners.

Nuraghe Arve is a perfect place for your wedding trip. This 4-star hotel arises in the middle of lush greenery allowing you to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Outdoor pools with necessary amenities will make your relaxation complete. All the 50 rooms of the hotel are designed and furnished according to Sardinian style featuring beamed ceilings and Spanish tiles. The bright and cool accommodations are equipped with individual entrances. The welcoming Melograno restaurant is at your disposal for savoring local delicacies.

Situated 100 meters away from the beach, the Hotel Pop represents one more gem in the Gulf of Orosei. The structure offers 16 double rooms in Sardinian style with marvelous sea views. All the rooms are equipped with modern comforts. The hotel restaurant, being available both for hotel guests and random visitors, presents a fusion of local specialties and international cuisine. The Hotel staff is at your service for organizing upon your request a memorable day trip in the Gulf of Orosei.

Embedded between the mountains and the sea, the Hotel L’Oasi instead offers free panoramas of the Gulf of Orosei. Presenting a small and simple structure, the hotel offers 30 comfortable rooms. The latters are divided into standard and superior accommodations with garden and sea views respectively. Typical Sardinian design, unique cuisine and a relaxing atmosphere around make L’Oasi stand out from the neighboring hotels.

Alghero

Alghero in the northwestern part of the island culminates and has remarkable Spanish influences, but still maintains its place among the most Italian-inspired cities on the Coral Riviera.

Hotel Rosa dei Venti on HoneyMoon Always

Villa Las Tronas just on the hilltop overlooking the azure waters comes on top when discussing the perfect Sardinian honeymoon destinations. Representing a medieval structure that was once owned by a royal family, the hotel ambiance carries aristocratic touch. The 24 rooms offer individual elegant decor in the traditional Sardinian style and differ from each other by the views of the sea and the surrounding park. The latter is stretched over 2 hectares thus offering a vast relax area along with the outdoor pool. The restaurant with panoramic views and local delicacies is an ideal spot for a romantic date.

The Boutique Hotel St. Anna similarly boasts of an ideal location nearby the city center, in the peaceful ambiance of the Mediterranean vegetation. Being structured as a guest house, St. Anna provides its guests with all the modern comforts in its welcoming and cozy rooms. The hotel presents a perfect choice for a short romantic break.

You really can’t go wrong wherever you stay during your honeymoon in Sardinia. The Island is a perfect Mediterranean getaway. You can spend your entire honeymoon there or as a single stop, coupled with some time in Italy, France, Spain, or Morocco.

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