Highlights of Sardinia including Alghero & Costa Smeralda
- Explore Sardinia on this 7-night guided holiday with day trips to the Italian island’s must-see spots.
- Stay in Alghero, a stunning resort town known for its white sand beaches & cobblestoned city centre.
- Enjoy a full day trip to the Costa Smeralda with stops in the seaside towns of Porto Cervo & Baja Sardinia.
- Experience one of the island’s most picturesque beaches on a half day excursion to La Pelosa.
- Spend a half day visiting the colourful city of Bosa & enjoy a traditional fish lunch.
- Discover Sardinia’s history with a visit to the ancient ruins of Reggia Nuragica di Santu Antine.
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Your Guided Group Holiday To Sardinia
Travel with us to experience the pristine white beaches, clear aquamarine waters and undeniable charm of Sardinia. On this terrific 7-night holiday we’ll discover the walled town of Alghero as well as the lovely Bosa - a quaint medieval town with cobbled streets and paint-box houses. Other day trips will take us to Costa Smeralda and to the picturesque La Pelosa Beach. In the uncluttered and unspoilt countryside, we’ll see green forests, soaring mountains and citrus orchards, while the ancient stone ‘Nuraghe’ which dot the landscape offer a fascinating glimpse into the island’s pre-history. As always, there will be plenty of free time to explore the beautiful Sardinia at your own pace, so join us on this incredible trip to discover what all the fuss is about.
Activity Level: Moderate
Travel to Sardinia
Arrive in Alghero
Upon arrival in Alghero Airport, we will be met by our local representative before being transferred to our hotel in Alghero.
Half Day Guided Tour of Alghero
Begin your Sardinian adventure with a half-day guided city tour of Alghero, an attractive Catalan-influenced walled city. Here you will see the 16th century city walls, characterful streets, and several beautiful churches.
The afternoon will be at your leisure to enjoy the local sights and shops.
Morning Excursion to La Pelosa
Enjoy a morning excursion to beautiful La Pelosa Beach, with its glittering turquoise waters and views of the islands of Piana and Asinara. Don't forget your camera!
Enjoy an afternoon at leisure to discover Alghero at your leisure. Your guide will be happy to suggest places to see and visit.
Full Day Guided Excursion to Costa Smeralda
Today you will set off on a full-day excursion to the sparkling Costa Smeralda, where you will visit Porto Cervo and Baja Sardinia. Green forests, white sand and bright blue sea makes up the beautiful scenery of this region.
Free Time in Sardinia
Today will be free for relaxing and independent sightseeing. Your guide from the previous day tours will be able to provide suggestions and recommendations of activities and sightseeing to suit your interests.
Full Day Guided Excursion to Bosa
Today's full day excursion takes you to the lovely town of Bosa, where you'll have a typical fish lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, continue to the remarkable archaeological site, Reggia Nuragica di Santu Antine. It is the oldest megalithic edifice in Sardinia.
Explore Sardinia at Your Own Pace
Today is free to relax and enjoy at your own pace.
You will be transferred to Alghero airport with guide assistance for your flight home.
Know before you go
Will I be met at the airport?
You will be met on arrival at your destination airport and transferred to your accommodation. You will be accompanied on all included excursions by your Travel Department guide. Your expert local guide is also available to give you tips and advice on any aspect of your holiday.
Do I need a Visa?
Please visit our visa page for information on requirements for each country's entry requirements
What if there is an emergency?
We have local representatives in all of our destinations who are available 24/7 as well as an emergency contact number for our offices in Ireland should you ever need it.
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