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32 campsites in Italy, Sardinia

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Tiliguerta Camping Village

This family site situated at Capo Ferrato has been owned by the same family for a quarter of a century and improvements are made every...

Camping Capo d’Orso

Capo d’Orso is a large, attractive, terraced site with views of the Maddalena Archipelago. Set into a hillside that slopes down to the sea, the...

Camping Pedra e Cupa

This small and attractive site has had much thought put into its planning and construction. Modern bungalows (to rent) screen the camping area from the...

Camping Tonnara

A small, attractive campsite, Tonnara is situated on the west side of Sant’Antioco island in the southwest corner of Sardinia. Access to the island is...

Camping Torre del Porticciolo

Torre del Porticciolo is set high on a peninsula with fabulous views from some parts of the site over the sea and old fortifications. It...

Camping la Foce

Enthusiastic Matteo Lampati and his wife, Ivona, run la Foce, an attractive, sprawling site in the Golfo del Asinara. A novel feature is the motorbarge...

Isuledda Holiday Centre

This large, high-quality campsite is part of the Baia group and has something for everyone, with an amazing choice of activities and entertainment. The site's...

Camping Village Laguna Blu

Camping Village Laguna Blu is a large site, pleasantly placed between the sea and a huge lagoon, the beach being directly across the road from...

Camping Baia Blu la Tortuga

Tortuga is named after the giant turtle-like rock off the site’s beautiful sandy beach and is a large, professionally run campsite. The 450 sizeable touring...

Camping la Liccia

Campsite La Liccia is a campsite in Santa Teresa Gallura, Olbia-Tempio; situated on a hill overlooking a very long white sandy beach ( a 1...

Camping Bella Sardinia

Camping Bella Sardinia is a long rectangular site with beach access at one end. Over recent years, much work has taken placeto improve the standards...

Camping Nuraghe Ruiu

This small, tranquil site is inland, in a cool area of olive groves and the vineyards that produce Vernacchia wines. There are 46 grassy touring...

Camping Village Spinnaker

Spinnaker Village is a smart, purpose-built, modern beach site set on the undulating foreshore under tall pines, with a superb beach frontage to the camping...

Camping Flumendosa

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Camping Flumendosa is a 2.5 hectare site set in a leafy pine forest, just across the road from the sandy beach and shallow clear waters...

Camping S’Ena Arrubia

S’Ena Arrubia can be found on Sardinia’s west coast, close to the neo-Gothic and Art Deco town of Arborea. This is a well equipped family...

Camping Cigno Bianco

The very friendly Pinna family work extremely hard to ensure you have an enjoyable holiday on their campsite with direct access to a superb beach...

Camping Agriturismo Costiolou

Costiolou is a wonderful 100-hectare, organic farm high in the hills above Nuoro, with fantastic views in almost every direction. This is a most unusual...

Camping Tavolara

This smallish site has just 200 pitches (with 3/10A electricity), which are flat and well shaded, with a garden atmosphere created by flowers and hedging...

Villaggio Spiaggia Del Riso

Villaggio Spiaggia Del Riso is well kept and professionally run. It is split by a public road, but there is an underpass for campers. Pitches...


With dramatic, rolling uplands covered with grassland, and a beautiful coastline boasting isolated coves, long sandy beaches and hidden caves, Sardinia offers more than just sunshine and clear waters: littered around the island are thousands of prehistoric nuraghic remains. 

At Alan Rogers we’ve done the hard work so you don’t have to – We’ve inspected and selected over 50 fantastic campsites for you to enjoy. Start browsing through your options today and book up to avoid missing out. 


Sardinia is a large island off the western coast of mainland Italy and located in the Mediterranean Sea. With a range of superb activities on offer and a wonderful diversity in landscape, Sardinia provides the perfect escape for campers of any age.

The busy port of Cágliari is the island’s capital. Attractions include the city walls, archaeology museum and cathedral plus an impressive Roman amphitheatre. More ruins can be found just outside the city at Nora, while some 7,000 or so nuraghi are dotted all around the island. Uniqueto Sardinia, these stone-built constructions are remnants of Sardinia’s only significant native culture. The most famous of them is at Su Nuraxi, the oldest and largest nuraghic complex, dating from around 1500 BC. The island’s second city, Sássari, is known for its spectacular Cavalcata festival on Ascension Day; festivities include traditional singing and dancing plus a horse race.

Not far from Sássari is Alghero, a major fishing port and the island’s oldest resort. Surrounded by walls and defensive towers, the old town is full of narrow, cobbled streets with flamboyant churches and brightly coloured houses. Boat or car trips can also be made to Neptune’s Grotto, a spectacular, deep marine cave, around the point of Capo Caccia. Sardinia’s best known resort is the Costa Smeralda, one of the Mediterranean’s loveliest stretches of coast, a 10 km. strip between the gulfs of Cugnana and Arzachena. Beaches can be found at Capriccioli, Rena Bianca and Liscia Ruia. 

The selection of campsites recommended by Alan Rogers also allow you to bring your own accommodation or stay onsite. This is all for your convenience, so whether you’re a caravanning veteran or would rather relax in a chalet for the trip, you’ll be able to find exactly what you need.

Sardinia has four provinces: Cagliari, Nuoro, Oristano and Sassari. 


Places of interest

Bosa: Small, picturesque seaside town.

Cala Gonone: Bustling seaside resort and fishing port, with good beaches, isolated coves and natural caves including the famous Grotta del Bue Marino.

Carloforte: An attractive town on the island of San Pietro.

Dorgali: In the wine-growing region of Cannonau.

Maddalena Islands: Popular tourist attraction, sandy and rocky beaches.

Oristano: Nearby lagoon is home to one of the island’s largest populations of flamingo.


Cuisine of the region


Fresh ingredients are widely used to create simple dishes: seafood, especially lobster, is grilled over open fires, as is suckling pig. Fish stews and pasta are popular. The island also produces a variety of breads. Cheeses tend to be made from ewe’s milk, including pecorino Sardo. Nougat is a sweet Sardinian speciality and pastries are often flavoured with almonds, lemons or oranges. Vernaccia is the island’s most famous wine.

Agnello arrosto: Roast lamb, roasted on a spit or in casseroles with rosemary and thyme.

Bottarga: A version of caviar made with mullet eggs.

Culigiones: Massive ravioli stuffed with cheese and egg.

Maloreddus: Saffron flavoured pasta