Holidays to Sardinia in July, one of the island's hottest months, are the perfect way to catch up on your Vitamin D.
Sardinia in July is a picture of pure paradise. One of the island's peak holiday months, you can expect plenty of sunshine, lively beaches, a bustling atmosphere and a calendar of interesting events.
In case you needed any more persuading, here are all the reasons to book a holiday to Sardinia in July...
Blue skies and sunshine
July welcomes some of the Sardinia's hottest temperatures. Temperatures hover around the high 20s all month long, occasionally tipping into the 30s, meaning you're guaranteed plenty of sunshine and blue skies during your stay.
What's more, the sun doesn't set until almost 9pm throughout July, making way for long, sun-filled evenings sipping cocktails by the pool.
Make the most of the sunshine by hitting the island's gorgeous white-sand beaches, before cooling down in the azure shores that gently swash the coastline.
Some of the best beaches on Sardinia are Cala Mariolu, a hidden cove found on Sardinia’s east coast, and Spiaggia di Liscia Ruja – one of the finest stretches of sand in the Costa Smeralda.
Perfect for families
Sardinia is a great destination for your family summer holiday, with short flight times, gently shelving beaches and hotels geared towards children – all topped off with that traditional Italian appreciation for family life!
Travelling to Sardinia during the school holidays will ensure there's a bustling, family-friendly atmosphere in your chosen hotel, with plenty of activities and fellow youngsters to keep children entertained. All of our family hotels come with large swimming pools, with many offering kids' clubs for both little ones and teenagers.
A bustling atmosphere
Visiting Sardinia in July ensures you're experiencing the island at its most vibrant. In July, the island's gorgeous white-sand beaches pulse with activity, cafes and restaurants come alive and the island's most popular towns offer the perfect place to get a feel for Sardinian culture.
You'll find plenty to keep you occupied, day and night. Peruse bustling local markets, window shop in stylish Porto Cervo or simply grab a table at a pavement cafe and watch the world go by!
Festivals and events
Being peak season, July is a great month to visit Sardinia to witness its culture, with many festivals and events taking place throughout the month.
Base yourself in the north-east to get involved in Santa Teresa Gallura's Fish Festival, or why not immerse yourself in the summer music of Sardinia during XXVI Summer Music in Alghero? This celebration of classical music sees live music concerts playing daily in the Chiostro di San Francesco during July and August.
Click here to see Sardinia's full calendar of summer events.