With its crystal-clear waters, rugged coastal roads and sweeping white beaches, Sardinia is the perfect destination for your dream Italy honeymoon.

A sun-kissed Italian island located off the west coast of Italy, Sardinia can be found in the Tyrrhenian Sea, just below Corsica. Being the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, where you take in its stunning coastlines, you could easily be forgiven for thinking you’re in the heart of the Caribbean.

With more than 2,000 kilometres of sandy coastline to explore and literally hundreds of beaches, inlets, coves and peninsulas, you’re sure to find a dreamy spot to enjoy your special time away as newlyweds.

Explore the rich culture

Alongside Sardinia’s beautiful beaches and intimate inlets, there’s also a rich culture to explore. The island is sprinkled with Bronze Age towers and settlements that date back to more than 1500 B.C., as well as tombs which are as intriguing as they are picturesque.

Sardinia also offers the charm of rural and rustic landscapes, with age-old traditions and rituals. And it is this breadth of experiences and idyllic gorgeous scenery that makes it a hugely popular destination not only for honeymoons but also for weddings too.

This very own slice of paradise in Europe offers the best selection of intimate and upscale accomodation to stay at. Whether you and your partner prefer a secluded and quiet spot where you can relax on the beautiful beaches or go surfing than it is best to stay closer to Alghero, Chia, capital of Cagliari and Stintino. However, if you rather be closer to the hustle and bustle and where the rich and famous stay than the livilier romantic spots like Costa Smeralda (Emerald coast) and Porto Cervo, in the North, will be perfect for a romantic blissful vacation. You really can’t go wrong wherever you stay during your honeymoon in Sardinia, it’s the idyllic Mediterranean getaway.

Sample the delicious culinary offerings

Food lovers will be bowled over by the culinary offerings the island serves up. With a unique twist on many Italian favourites, including pasta and dolce, as well as its own wines and cheeses, Sardinian restaurants are a romantic delight.

Its largest city and the capital of the region, Cagliari, is situated on the south coast. While the immediate area doesn’t provide the most picturesque of the island’s beaches, there are still plenty within easy reach. Meanwhile, the intricate 14th-century Cathedral of Santa Maria is well worth a visit, as is the Bastione di Saint Remy, from where you can experience some incredible views of the town.

Many of Sardinia’s most breathtaking beaches can be found along the west coast, down towards Domus de Maria and Teulada in the South-west. Here you will find many of the sweeping snowy-white sands as pictured in glossy travel brochures.

There are plenty of things to do and see

Along the East coast are the more rugged coastal areas, with stunning cliff faces and excellent hiking routes, while the northern beaches treat visitors to crystal clear waters, which are ideal for snorkelling.

And of course, no trip to Sardinia would be complete without partaking in wine tasting. The island prides itself on its wineries and there are plenty of opportunities to tour the vineyards and sample the local produce.

With so much to offer for those looking for a romantic escape, an active honeymoon, gastronomic delights or simply just a bit of everything, Sardinia is the perfect destination. Speak to one of our specialists to combine a romantic Sardinia getaway with the likes of Rome, Venice or Pisa to see some of Italy’s famous cities all in one honeymoon.

What is the currency in the Sardinia?

The official currency in Sardinia is the Euro.

What language is spoken in Sardinia?

The official language of Sardinia is Italian. although the Sardinian language, Sardo, is still widely spoken

How long does it take to fly to Sardinia?

Flights from London to Sardinia in just 2 hours and 45 minutes

What is the time difference in Sardinia?

Sardinia is 1 hour ahead of London.

Do I need a visa to visit Sardinia?

If you hold a British Passport you don’t need a visa to enter Sardinia. For up-to-date travel entry advice to Italy, please visit the FCo website here.

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Sardinia boasts warm Mediterranean climate all year round, as it tends to experience long, warm summers and short, mild winters with short rainy seasons in-between. Especially with hot temperatures averaging to 24 to 25 degrees celsius in Summer from July and August. The sea is mild from July to September perfect for swimmers however, if you plan on hiking the hilly inland areas its better to travel from May to June with average temperatures from 17 to 21 degrees celsius. While late November, December, January and February are the colder months with average temperatures of 13-14 degrees and much more quieter with less tourists.

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