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Jane AndersonLeading travel writer Jane Anderson

Sardinia beaches

Our verdict:

Closer to Africa than Italy, Sardinia is a tried and tested honeymoon hotspot, especially in late spring and early autumn. Honeymoon boltholes range from the all-singing all-dancing Forte Village with its choice of eight hotels and some of the best sports and spa facilities in the Med to luxurious boutique hideaways such as L'Ea Bianca Resort.

Recommended tour operator: Sardatur Holidays

Forte Village beachL'Ea Bianca

Sardatur Holidays says

It’s hard to imagine a Mediterranean island which ticks more honeymoon boxes than Sardinia – fabulous beaches, exquisite hotels, chic restaurants and beautiful countryside, all topped off with unique Italian flair and style.

  • Gorgeous coastline
  • Stylish hotels
  • Superb food

We’ll help you find the best hotel to suit your tastes and needs – here are some of our honeymoon favourites.

The renowned Forte Village is located on Sardinia’s beautiful south coast and is the perfect choice for honeymooners seeking a luxurious resort with lots of activities, an incredible spa, gourmet food and entertainment right on your doorstep. Choose from no less than eight hotels and villa complexes on site – plus ten swimming pools, a thalassotherapy spa, 21 restaurants and a nightclub. Le Dune and Royal Pineta are more tranquil and secluded whilst the five-star Hotel Castello is more sophisticated. The exclusive Villa del Parco includes stunningly-secluded Harbour Suites and Beachcomber Suites right by the ocean.

By complete contrast, the charming and friendly Hotel Relais Villa del Golfo has just 65 rooms and suites (some with a private pool) set in a beautiful bay.

L’Ea Bianca Luxury Resort, just 10 minutes from glamorous Porto Cervo, is ideal for those wanting the luxury and exclusivity of a five-star hotel, combined with the tranquillity of a holiday hideaway with panoramic views.

Low-key style, white-washed walls, cocktails in the piano bar and dinner overlooking Porto Rotondo harbour await at the Hotel Sporting. Seafood is a speciality here and there’s a private beach for residents too.

We have specialised in holidays to Sardinia since 1987 and know the island inside out.

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