Number and names of passengers:
2 adults (Karo and Kevin) and 2 dogs (Milka and Toffee)
Carado T459 EDITION15
4 weeks in April/May 2022
We especially liked the super-comfortable queen bed in the rear of the T459. It is incredibly cozy. But also the separate shower and the open living area were ideal for a longer trip of four weeks to have more space.
Yes, in camper style, here are the coordinates for a small parking lot right by the sea near Sant'Antioco on Sardinia: 39.016227, 8.450095.
A beautiful but also well-known place in Sardinia will remain in our minds: Sentiero delle Saline. The landscape is really unique thanks to the pink salt fields. Moreover, it is great to watch flamingos here.
We have chosen Sardinia, because it is already quite early pleasantly warm there. But you should keep in mind that the water is still very cold in April and May.
It was a round trip. We have been to Sardinia twice before, but now we wanted to explore the south of the island and learn how to kite.
My top 3 this time are as a follows:
1. Everything is blooming and looks beautifully colorful.
2. The water is still cool, clear and super refreshing.
3. The pink flamingos and salt fields.
There is really a lot to consider - starting from the right vaccines against Mediterranean diseases to the things you should not forget in any case. For this I have created a playlist on YouTube:
One is legal matters. Wild camping is forbidden in Italy, as in most European countries. Parking somewhere while passing through is usually tolerated. It is not very clear what is allowed and what is not. So it's better not to set up camping furniture if you're not on a campsite. And then, of course, there is the campers' code, which applies everywhere: everyone should take their trash with them and behave considerately towards people and nature.
This time we had planned more time to make another shopping stop. In past trips, we had always planned much tighter and drove overnight. This time we left in the morning and the ferry left in the evening.
For longer crossings of more than six hours, it is worth booking a cabin. However, there is also the option of "camping on board" - which means that you are allowed to stay in the motor home during the ferry trip. This way you can start your vacation in a relaxed way. With dog and / or children, this is certainly a good way to make the trip a little more quiet.
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