Multi-centre holidays offer the freedom of building a holiday that perfectly suits your requirements, allowing you to explore as much or as little of the island as you like.
We have created some sample itineraries to get your creative thoughts going... Visit some of the most beautiful and most contrasting areas of Sardinia: from idyllic stretches of coast to rugged mountain peaks. For a different experience, you can even indulge in a twin-island escape and holiday in Corsica and Sardinia during one holiday.
These itineraries provide just a taster of the many options available; our expert team are happy to put together a tailor-made holiday designed to suit your requirements.
A taste of the real Sardinia - 7 night holiday idea
Explore beautiful and rugged central Sardinia
Central Sardinia offers a wonderful contrast and is the perfect place to sample the stunning natural beauty, traditional food and rich cultural heritage of the island. There is plenty to see and do in this region, including the visit of Cala Luna by boat – one of the most remote and striking beaches on the island, the archaeological site of Tiscali or the Gorropu gorge – one of the deepest and most spectacular in southern Europe. The rugged landscapes and untouched mountain villages make Central Sardinia one of the most interesting parts of Sardinia to explore.
Bathe in the glamorous surroundings of the Costa Smeralda
Explore the north-east corner of the island with its wonderful towns and fabulous beaches. Porto Cervo is well worth a visit with cafés, bars and restaurants a plenty. Stroll the quay in the evening and browse the many boutiques. Cannigione town, originally a fishing village is a renowned tourist spot and offers great water sport opportunities. The beach here is very popular with those that enjoy snorkelling and has good diving options too!
Explore Authentic Sardinia - 10 or 11 night holiday idea
The north east off the beaten track
The north east offers so many rugged spots to explore from the spectacular granite boulders and the rolling vineyards of the Galluran hinterland to the charming villages and unspoilt coves dotted along the coastline – a beautiful blend showcasing Sardinia in all its glory. Archaeological sites and authentic farm-restaurants are also amongst interesting features of the area.
Immerse yourself in central Sardinia
Discover an arresting scenery of valleys, gorges, canyons, forests and soaring mountain peaks falling away to inaccessible cliffs on the east coast. Sardinian culture has been more preserved here than elsewhere on the island so you can be sure to experience the real Sardinian way of life in the local towns and untouched mountain villages. There are plenty of activity opportunities here including trekking, horse-riding or kayaking.
Discover the stunning beaches of the South West
Beautiful, traditional and less commercialised than the north, the south-west region of Sardinia boasts stunning beaches and crystal clear seas teeming with majestic mountain ranges, interesting wildlife and prehistoric sites. Visit the impressive Roman archaeological site of Nora, take in the bustling atmosphere of Pula, sample the dazzling white sand dunes of Chia or drive along the Costa del Sud for breathtaking views.
Sardinia & Corsica Twin stays
Sardinia & Corsica Twin-Island - 7 or 14 night holiday idea
Explore the arresting Southern coast of Corsica
Fly to Sardinia and catch the ferry in Santa Teresa to Bonifacio (50-minute crossing). Discover the alluring beaches of the Extrême Sud and the towering mountains of Bavella, get lost in the narrow streets of Bonifacio and Sartène, or take things at a slower pace in the fishing villages and small coves of the Valinco Gulf… For the more active, there are a number of marked trails along the coast or in the mountains as well as plenty of water sports and outdoor pursuit opportunities. South Corsica offers a range of both unspoilt and astonishing scenery, coupled with heaps of outstanding beaches, a combination that will leave you with the most lasting impression.
Discover the dramatic scenery of north east Sardinia
Hop back across to Sardinia and be rewarded with a variety of landscapes from stunning picture-postcard beaches to dramatic mountains, as well as historical sites, glamorous seaside resorts and local villages. Top things not to miss in the area include beach hopping on the Costa Smeralda, tasting authentic food in one of the agriturismi (farm-restaurants), attending one of the local festivals, exploring the wild Galluran mountains or sailing around the spectacular islands of La Maddalena – the choice is yours!