Dream Travel – Sardinia

Sardinia Home

Sardinia Home

Sardinia Home

I stumbled across this home on the Architectural Digest website and I instantly fell in love. The home is located in Sardinia off the coast of Italy. To be honest I have never really thought about Sardinia, let alone thought about traveling there, until I saw these photos. It is amazing how a photo can instantly make you want to go to a place. Now Sardinia is on the top of my list!

Cala Mariolu
Spiaggia della Pelosa

Sardinia looks like a tropical jewel in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. The island is home to Pecorino cheese, Bronze Age relics, and beautiful landscapes. They actually speak their own Sardo language instead of Italian. SardiniaCastelsardo

The best part is, there are some really charming places to stay.

La Bitta La Bitta – Arbatax

This 63 room hotel is located right next to the sea and has a spa and restaurant located on site. The views look like they would be absolutely stunning from the rooms.

L'agnata di De Andre

L’Agnata di De Andre – Tempio Pausania Province

This ivy covered inn has 10 rooms with a restaurant on site. If you feel like going to the beach it is a short 30 minute ride away.


Mannois – Orosei

This hotel is known as an “albergo dissuso”  which basically translates to a historical building in a small community that is converted to a hotel and is independently owned. It has 18 rooms and is close to the beach and coves.


Wine Resort Alghero – Alghero

This agriturismo is a cozy 5 room inn.  The beach is a little over a mile away and the inn is surrounded by the owner’s vineyard.  They also offer wine and olive tour/tasting with the owner.  Feel like exploring the vineyard or local towns, just use on of the bicycles that are available for the guests.




Can’t wait to visit Sardinia one of these days!

{ Images: Architectural Digest / Castelsardo / Cala Mariolu / Spiaggia della Pelosa / Castelsardo / La Bitta / L’Agnata di De Andre / Mannois / Wine Resort Alghero / Alghero / Arbatax }

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