This self-drive itinerary takes you from the south to the north of Sardinia exploring picturesque towns, ancient archaeological sites and the stunning scenery of the Emerald Coast. Costa Smeralda (or the Emerald Coast) is on the north-east coast of Sardinia. As its name suggests, it is a stunning stretch of coastline with crystal clear waters and countless white sand bays. Its beauty
has of course attracted the international jet set – marinas, yacht clubs
and luxurious hotels abound. This is one of the most exclusive tourist
destinations in the world. The most desired place to stay or to be seen is
Porto Cervo, a paradise for royalty and celebrities. Lying off the coast is the
Maddalena archipelago, consisting of seven islands in total. Take a boat
trip out to the islands to see abundant wildlife and enjoy coastal walks.
Fly to Cagliari and collect your hire car (based on group B car rental). Drive to the T Hotel for a 3-night stay. (N)
Full day at leisure to explore Sardinia’s capital city. (B)
Full day at leisure to visit the ancient Roman city of Nora and the Zuddas cave. (B)
Morning drive to the Marmilla region and the town of Oliena. En route visit the archaeological site of Su Nuraxi in Barumini. Stay overnight at the Su Gologne Hotel. (B)
Morning drive to the less-visited town of Nuoro where you can visit its museum. Continue to drive north to the picturesque town of Arzachena. Stay at the Grand Relais dei Nuraghi hotel for 4 nights. (B)
Full day at leisure. (B)
Full day at leisure. We suggest a visit to the chic coastal resort of Porto Cervo or the island of La
Drive to Olbia airport and drop off your hire car. Fly home. (B)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
This tour is based in 4- and 5-star accommodation.
For a price quote based on alternative accommodation standards, to discuss flight options or to tailor this itinerary, please call 020 3411 2135 or email Info@CoxandKings.co.uk.
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SDY2018: 8 Nights