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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Bury Your Feet in the Sardinian Sand

Sardinia (Photo credit: giannisl)

By []Naomi S Wilson

Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and it is one of the regions of Italy. The island has its typical Mediterranean beauty and in the summer it offers very warm weather. It's loved for swimming, boating, windsurfing, hiking, climbing, camping and the beaches in addition to the variety of other activities available in Sardinia. The island is treasured for its coastal areas that are hot spots for tourists especially in the warmest months.

Family holidays in Sardinia are ideal at this Mediterranean destination with just a short 2 hour flight from the UK to any of the 3 main airports near Cagliari, Olbia, and Alghero and the beautiful beaches with warm clear blue water and family friendly resorts. There is a range of accommodation fit for families with family rooms, inter-connecting rooms and child concessions for families all sizes and all budgets as well as welcoming child friendly restaurants with pizza, pasta and gelato always on offer. There are activities for all the family all over Sardinia with water sports being most popular. As Sardinia is part of Italy there is welcoming Italian style hospitality and all aspects of the Italian culture. Why not travel inland to where the traditional culture still flourishes?

As Sardinia is a family friendly holiday destination there are short transfers to resorts and safe sandy beaches perfect for paddling, swimming and snorkelling. Most hotels will also have an outdoor pool, to make the most of the weather for days when relaxing at the hotel is top priority. Hotels will also offer children's clubs, play parks and children's pools. It can be good to get in a bit of practice at the hotel pool before swimming in the sea. Family holidays in Sardinia cater to all the ages in the family.

Sardinia has many coastal towns and resorts all offering something different, there are medieval towns for visitors that love learning the history and seeing the ruins and architecture. Small fishing villages that great for seafood and meeting the local people maybe tourists can brush up on their Italian here. And not forgetting coastal resorts heaven for windsurfers, kite surfers and kids that just want to build sand castles and splash in the beautiful warm Mediterranean Sea. Sardinia also has a Marine Preserve at Tavolara and Punta Coda Cavallo where people love to scuba dive. The Island is jam-packed with beaches, reefs, dunes, seaside activities. With family holidays in Sardinia there is always something to do for everyone and it's the perfect place to keep the kids happy!

Naomi Wilson is the Product Development Manager for ActivityBreaks, who offer exciting Ski breaks & activity holidays. If you're looking for []Family Holidays in Sardinia, Activity Breaks specialise in these []Family Holidays in Sardinia and offer other activity holidays across Europe.

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