Set near the northern tip of the island, Baia Sardinia is known for its wide sandy beach and crystal-clear waters. Located within a sheltered cove, this exclusive coastal town looks out to the spectacular Maddalena Archipelago – situated just a short boat ride from the town – and provides a great base from which to explore the Sardinian coastline.
Baia Sardinia’s attractions tend to revolve around the natural beauty of the area, with the beach taking centre stage. Watersports are popular, with sailing and diving among the town’s biggest draws for visitors.
For the young (or young at heart), the nearby Aquadream waterpark provides a good range of thrills, plus there are plenty of delights at Porto Cervo to be enjoyed, including a great museum and the local golf course.
Dining is generally local cuisine, although the luxury hotels dotted around the resort often offer more international fare, sometimes with great views to accompany. Expect to see seafood on most menus – it’s a local speciality thanks to the coastal location.
Speak to our Personal Travel Planners
Start planning your Citalia holiday by getting in touch with one of our Personal Travel Planners.
Lines open: Monday to Saturday 09:00 to 17:30 Bank Holidays 10:00 to 16:00
The closest airport to the resorts in North Sardinia is Olbia (OLB). Direct flights to Olbia are available from Bristol, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Manchester and London Luton and take approximately 2 hours.
When to go
Sardinia is a summer destination, with the season generally running from May to early October. Temperatures are at their hottest in July and August and this is when the towns and beaches are at their busiest. However, Sardinia also enjoys a mild climate in spring and autumn with temperatures rarely going beneath 20 degrees which makes it perfect for visiting at the beginning or end of season too. May, June and September are ideal months to visit for those wanting to avoid the busiest crowds and still enjoy warm weather.
At the current time, British citizens do not require a visa to visit Italy.
You don’t have to leave a tip in Italy – most Italians don’t tip for restaurant meals, bar drinks, taxi rides or hair and beauty treatments. However if you do leave a tip, you might receive quicker service.
Introduction to languages
What our customers think
We have been helping our customers discover the real Italy for 90 years now. Our experience and expertise, together with our attention to detail and personal touch, really does make us the leading Italian holiday specialist