Camping Village Laguna Blu
Italy, Sardinia, Alghero
Alan Rogers Review
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 the site. Most of the 600 pitches (450 for touring units) have 6A electricity and are shaded with pine and eucalyptus trees. Some pitches are in the trees; others are on level ground in long rows, the end ones enjoying lagoon-side positions. A considerable number are fully serviced. On-site amenities are close to the entrance and include a novel white, canvas-roofed restaurant/pizzeria plus a self-service restaurant. The site offers an ambitious entertainment programme and many watersports, notably windsurfing and sailing. It is also a good base for exploring northern Sardinia. One of the most popular excursions is to the beautiful Grotte di Nettuno (Neptune’s Grotto). The site is a member of the Baia Group and reflects its high standards.
Four renovated sanitary blocks provide a high standard of facilities. Units for disabled campers. Restaurant/pizzeria. Self-service restaurant. Takeaway. Supermarket. Play area. Activity and entertainment programme. Bicycle hire. Boat launching. Internet and WiFi (payment). Watersports. Sea fishing. Mobile homes and chalets to rent.
The site is to the north of Alghero on the northwest coast of Sardinia. It is close to the 41 km. marker on the coast road (SS127) near Fertilia. The site is well signed.Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N40 35 40||W8 17 29|