Gorgeously soft sandy beaches, turquoise waters and the delightful smell of wild thyme and marjoram – welcome to Sardinia! The Mediterranean’s second largest island is a true paradise for motorhome explorers. Take a break at the most spectacular stopping places, find one of the island’s charming campsites and forget about your cares for a while.
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SARDINIA’S COVES AND BEACHES ARE LIKE NOWHERE ELSE
If you’ve already travelled to Sardinia by motorhome, then you’ll know that every trip along the coast is a magical experience. Picturesque coves and long sandy beaches are interspersed with quintessential Mediterranean villages and towns, offering a wealth of special cultural and culinary delights to discover.
Sardinia offers heavenly vistas for motorhome travellers. Would you like to plan specific stages of your trip from home with the goal of covering the whole island? Bene! Or would you prefer to reserve a particular place by the sea and use it as a base to explore the region? Anche bene! Whether you’re heading to exclusive spots like the Costa Smeralda or quieter family-friendly places along the east coast, hop in a Carado and find your favourite slice of Sardinia.
DISCOVER THE PRETTIEST CAMPSITES SARDINIA HAS TO OFFER
Culture, cuisine and Caribbean beaches – Sardinia has so much to offer whatever the season. Travelling around the extraordinary island in your own motorhome is the perfect way to discover it all. Wild camping may no longer be allowed, but what about a place to sleep in the pine groves accompanied by the sound of waves gently lapping at the shore in the distance?
Wild camping on Sardinia was fairly common just a few years ago. But now parking your vehicle anywhere you like is strictly prohibited. The good news is that Sardinia has fantastic pitches for camper vans, motorhomes and caravans in great locations, and amenities such as fresh water and electricity are included. Don’t forget to book in advance during the peak season, and if you don’t want to go when it’s busy, the Mediterranean is still lovely and warm enough for swimming in September.
A BIT OF FORWARD PLANNING CAN MAKE YOUR TRIP A BREEZE
Sardinia’s coastal roads are famous for their unforgettable vistas of the turquoise waters, pine trees lining the roadsides and, if you’re lucky, dolphins in the sea. A little planning goes a long way to ensure you can fully enjoy the experience and avoid getting stuck in traffic.
You should give yourself a bit more time to plan if you want to explore Sardinia’s coast by road. It’s not just to take into account the winding and bending roads that often slow the journey down, it’s also to make sure you can stop for the myriad of breath-taking views along the Sardinian coast. With its turquoise waters, fine white sand and stunning rock formations rising out of the sea, the coast is a succession of panoramic views that are out of this world. The best thing about travelling with a motorhome is that you can take a break wherever you want, for a picnic stop or a beach stop. That’s the true Dolce Vita!
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