Cagliari is an ancient city and the capital of Sardinia, which has long been the entry point to the island from the rest of Europe, and therefore is a melting pot of European cultures. Holidays to Cagliari can take many forms, from the laid back beach holiday to the exciting water sports holidays or the invigorating break exploring all that Sardinia has to offer. Which ever you choose, self catering accommodation in Cagliari will provide the perfect base from which to construct the ideal holiday, tailored for you.
There are a huge variety of things to do from a Cagliari villa. Holidays to Cagliari will certainly feature some of the famous beaches which line the island, including the fine sand beach of Poetto Beach, which is a particular favourite of the locals, and is not far from a range of excellent restaurants, cafes and bars. Sailing, scuba diving and surfing facilities along this stretch of coastline have kept the self catering accommodation of Cagliari busy year after year too.
Exploration of the island on foot or bicycle are great options. The rugged interior which is home to many charming little villages has been drawing visitors to the Island for many years, and does not look like ending any time soon.
Exploring the old city centre of Cagliari is easily accessible on foot, and the Bastione San Remy is not only a beautiful building, but provides a great place for a panoramic view over the coastline. The 13th Century Cathedral and the Torre San Pancrazio are also defiantly worth exploring from a Cagliari villa.
Torre della Stelle is a delightful and relaxing rural villa park just outside the town of Cagliari, with excellent access to some of the nicest beaches in the area, riding stables, diving school, yacht club, water sport facilities and all the shops and restaurants you could ask for from a Cagliari apartment.
Pula is home to the 6th largest and most elegant Roman amphitheatre in the world, and is still the venue for a range of evening performance and concerts. The resort lies on the beaches of both the Stoja and Veruda.
Summer temperatures in Cagliari soar to an incredible 34°C in July and August, which makes the beaches a fine tourist centre. Walking and hiking holidays to Cagliari are best taken from May until November, when average temperatures remain above 20°C, but are not too hot to enjoy the countryside.
easyJetfly direct to Cagliari Elmas Airport (CAG) fromLondonLuton. The airport lies just a few kilometres outside of the town centre, so reaching your Cagliari holiday rental will not be too painful.