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Price and Availability Index Sardinia
Holiday Letting Price Information in Sardinia
We rendered price information data on the above graph to give you more insights on prices in Sardinia. Sardinia is more expensive in August (25/08 - 01/09), where prices are on average £97 a night. Prices drop in November to an average of £72 per night (24/11 - 01/12).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Sardinia
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Sardinia. The most challenging week to find a letting in the next twelve months is in August (10/08 - 17/08). On the contrary, you will find the highest number of available rentals in a week of October (13/10 - 20/10).
The weather in Sardinia
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. During August, maximum temperatures go up to more than 32° On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 6° in January. It may rain 13 days in February while it typically rains only 2 days in August.
Your Sardinian stay in an ideal holiday cottage
The white sand and crystal waters of Sardinia have made it a firm favourite with travellers. This has a lot to do with its unique combination of Italian style with rugged maritime influences and a fantastically rich culture. There is so much to discover you'll have to keep coming back.
A confluence of Italian and other local culinary cultures, Sardinian food combines pasta with hearty meats and delicate herbs and spices. For instance, delectable malloreddus al sugo di cingiahle, a semolina pasta with wild boar, is best prepared in San Teodoro. Ravioli and suckling pig are not unusual precursors to delicious Italian dolci (sweets). Visit one of Sardinia's vineyards and sample the array of rich wines that flow freely on the island.
Exploring Sardinia on your holiday
When DH Lawrence visited Cagliari in the twenties, he compared the capital to Jerusalem, commenting that it is "strange and rather wonderful, not a bit like Italy." The city's rich history is best appreciated from Il Castello, Cagliari's lofty crown. At sunset, the domes and façades of the city are bathed in pastel softness. Other unforgettable sides of Sardinia include the carnival at Oristano. Come in February to enjoy the medieval joust and horse racing. Or check out the spectacular Gola Su Gorropu canyon, 400 metres high and home to soaring golden eagles.
A few of the highlights of Sardinia
This superb Roman Catholic cathedral dates from 1258 when it was constructed in the Romanesque style (later baroque renovations contributed to the current frontage), becoming the diocese of Cagliari. Look out for four magnificent marble lions and a fifteenth century Flemish triptych known as the Triptych of Clement VII.
This megalithic grave dating from the Bronze age contains the collective tombs of eight hundred individuals. The magnificent structures are mysterious in origin, but archaeologists have determined that the obelisks near the entrances of the burial mounds symbolize gods watching over the dead.
This group of islands in the straits of Bonifacio consists of seven main islands and innumerable smaller clusters. Surrounded by crystal clear waters, the archipelago is a designated National Park that is on the list for consideration as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
An exclusive resort beloved of the stars, this luxuriant spot is bordered by turquoise waters and lush forests. Hidden coves are the perfect spot for snorkelling and swimming, and the discreet coastal hideaway enjoys panoramic views. Some experts attribute a painting in local Porto Cervo's Stella Maris church to El Greco.
National Archaeological Museum
Housing a large collection of prehistoric bronze statuettes, Byzantine jewels and a reconstruction of a Phoenician settlement, this museum is an ideal activity for history lovers interested in setting Sardinia in the context of history.
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