Choosing the perfect vacation spot is a task that should not be taken lightly. It requires careful consideration of all the family’s interests. This includes both the younger generation and the older generation, something that can prove to be tricky. Child-friendly holidays are key but that shouldn't mean compromise when it comes to design, style and adult facilities.
We have been doing a fair amount of research of late and what has really caught our eye is South Sardinia as its such a unique destinations to take the whole family to. Not only is it child-friendly, it is a laid-back and beautiful destination that everyone can appreciate. The South Sardinia landscape provides ample room for exploring with the family, especially if you are a creative one, who likes taking things out of the box.
We have done so many city breaks and countryside breaks over the past few years so the draw of staying in a luxury resort in the South Sardinia region is extremely appealing right now. As we plan all our trips we have never gone for an all-inclusive option but it does benefit families both financially and conveniently and takes a lot of stress out of the planning side of things. While there are various options available, you will surely be able to find the best luxury resort in Sardinia with Pullman Hotels.
The Hotel Pullman Timi Ama Sardegna offers everything a family could need. It has a great restaurant and bar, including the wonderfully relaxing La Veranda, where you can enjoy a drink by the pool while the kids play within eyeshot. The location of the hotel makes for easy access to all of South Sardinia’s attractions without a long commute.
The sights in Southern Sardinia are a once-in-a-lifetime draw. The beaches offer enough entertainment for weeks. From the small and calm Porto Sa Ruxi and Capo Boi to the more vibrant Campus Beach where you can rent canoes and paddle boards, there is plenty to explore. Timi Ama Beach is very close to Notteri, and offers a stunning view of mountain, sea, and sand.
The Stagno Notteri is a beautiful lagoon that is a must if you are in the South of Sardinia. It is located beneath Villasimius, a place where once can stroll along and bird watch. It is notorious for housing a permanent flock of flamingoes. As well as the many beautiful coastline, there are many historical and archeological sights to see in Sardinia. This includes the Fortezza Vecchia, a closed fortress built in the 1300s and abandoned. The Archaeological Museum is also a great place to take your kids for a great lesson in Sardinian archeological history.
The food in Sardinia is a draw to many. Its prime location in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea guarantees that it will have fresh seafood and local fruit and veg. Its cuisine features a balanced mix of different cultures to create a unique experience. Since Sardinia being part of Italy, its food reflects that and includes many pasta dishes that will easily please a child’s palate. Sa Fregula is a small round pasta that is served in all different ways. Culurgiones is a potato and mint stuffed ravioli that is sure to satisfy all types of appetites. For everyone in the family, desserts are ultra rich delicacies in Sardinia, which should be enjoyed regularly. Children and parents alike will enjoy sebadas- honey brushed fried pastry that can be found all year round, and of course, gelato can be enjoyed regularly.
Visiting Sardinia is a one of a kind experience. With its sprawling, unique coastlines, delicious food, and exciting attractions, families need not look any further in choosing a place for their next holiday.