The best fleet of motorhomes and campervans for rent in Sardinia
In the pre-summer days, holiday destinations are still calm and fewer tourists are roaming around. We offer you up to 20% off your road trips in May and June to enjoy this tranquil and beautiful time of the year.
Sardinia is one of the most beautiful regions in Italy, due to its Caribbean beaches and its hinterland rich in trekking and villages to visit. The island includes 200 km of coastline, divided into beaches, coves and small inlets accessible only by boat or by footpaths. Among the most beautiful beaches to visit, we recommend La Pelosa, surrounded by the stacks of Capo Falcone. Near this paradise beach, you will find another destination much appreciated by tourists: the village of Castelsardo. For those who love to hike, we recommend an excursion to the Gorropu Gorges, among the most spectacular in Europe. In Sardinia, there is obviously no shortage of archaeological remains, such as the Phoenician ones at Capo Pula.
How to say “Hello!”: “Ciao!”
How to say “Thank you”: “Grazie”
There are several dialects in Sardinia, one for each city.
The price of a meal for two is around €40.
The price of a 0.5 beer is about €5.
The “canto a tenore” is part of Sardinian folklore and is present in every village festival.
Typical Sardinian dishes are based on traditions and simplicity, but are striking for their spicy and varied taste. One of the most traditional dishes is the agnellu pane e casu, made from carasau bread and flavoursome Sardinian pecorino cheese. Then there are the malloreddus: Sardinian gnocchi often served with pecorino cheese, sauce and basil. Another classic dish is Sardinian fregola with clams, a very particular pasta similar to couscous, and culurgiones, stuffed dumplings with mashed potatoes topped with pecorino cheese, parmesan, lard, fried onions and mint. For dessert, we suggest you try the seadas, fried ravioli stuffed with fresh cheese and covered with hot honey, to be enjoyed with a nice glass of traditional myrtle liqueur.