Sardinia is a beautiful island in Southern Italy, the second largest in the Mediterranean Sea. Apparently, it has the highest number of centenarians in the world! Sardinia holidays to Villasimius are the ideal place for solo travel if you are looking for total relaxation, love beautiful beaches, breathtaking landscapes and exquisite food.
There are no motorways in Sardinia, but rather dual carriageways that wind through unspoilt countryside, providing you with jaw dropping views of imposing mountains and various shades of sparkling blue sea.
When you take a break from one of the many beaches, head into town. During peak season, of an evening, the main street in the town becomes pedestrianised. Stalls are set up for additional shopping and live music plays in a nearby square. You will also find a nearby marina with a selection of restaurants and shops to book excursions.
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1. Sardinia Hotels
Hotel Cala Caterina, Villasimius
Sardinia holidays offer you the chance to indulge in luxurious hotels, with fine dining and spa facilities. Villasimius has a number of upmarket hotels to choose from. I can highly recommend Hotel Cala Caterina.
2. Things to do in Sardinia
Villasimius is blessed with a number of fantastic beaches, some of which can be described as ‘Caribbean like’.
Stagno Notteri is worth a visit. It is a lagoon separated from the sea by a strip of sand, where you can view the flamingos that have settled there
- Fortezza Vecchia
The fort is believed to date back to as early as the 14th Century and was restored in the late 1960s. It is open to the public at certain times of the day Tues-Sun for a small charge.
- The Archeological Museum
This is the place to head to in the town if you want to find out a bit more about the history of Villasimius
3. Sardinia Restaurants
Villasimius offers fine dining at its best with a choice of traditional Sardinian restaurants, pizzerias and chic hotel dining. I particularly enjoyed food served at …
Click on the links to read my solo dining reviews of both places.
Note that not all destinations have the same local laws and customs as your home country. Click on the link to take you to the UK Government’s website which provides up to date information about local laws and customs in Italy.
Suggested Further Reading:
Gallery of Photos – selection of pictures from my solo holiday to Sardinia
Solo Travel Destinations – Recommended destinations for solo travel