There are many reasons why kids would love spending their holidays in Sardinia. Firstly, it’s an island, which means beautiful bays, transparent sea, and many games to play on the beach. Also, this is a place full of stories and fascination, in between reality and imagination. We listed below some places and activities likely to enchant your children. Here we are…
Grotta di Nettuno | Alghero
Among rooms, galleries, narrow tunnels, wells and stunning views, Grotta di Nettuno gives visitors the sensation of walking through the belly of a giant, stony dragon. For adults, it is however one of the most beautiful caves of the whole Mediterranean area.
Educational Farms | Su Cuile Peddio
Educational Farms are places surrounded by unspoiled nature where children, under the expert guidance of real farmers, are taught how to grow fruits and vegetables, and how to get familiar and interact safely with animals.
Blufun Water Park | Sarroch
Even though Sardinia doesn’t certainly lack beautiful, transparent water, the BluFun is a big water park village with a wide range of slides ideal for all ages, where to spend an unusual day of fun along the coast.
Sardegna in miniatura | Barumini
Walk back in time to discover the magic of ancient Sardinia, with an overview of the old megalithic edifices such as “nuraghe”, then jump to the sky to admire the stars of the wide planetarium. Meanwhile the scenario is the beautiful Sardinian landscape and its overwhelming colors and parfumes.
Being pirats for a trip boat | Cala Gonone
One day as a pirate? Go for one of the boat trips that every day, in summer, cross the transparent Golfo di Orosei, touching all its famous bays framed in between rocks and wild vegetation.
Discovering the secrets of the mineral deposits of Buggerru and Masua…
Like Indiana Jones, explore with your children the suggestive pathways crossing one of the most important and colorful mineral deposits in Sardinia, embraced by an amazing blue sea.
Mamoiada’s Carnival between legend and reality: the mystical Mamuthones
Dancing around fires all over the town of Mamoiada, in central Sardinia, the mystical Mamuthones are the key players of the Sardinian Carnival and enchant children and adults with their black masks of ancient, mysterious origin and creepy aspect.
A journey on the gray train
A slow and amazing naturalistic journey along the railways cutting the most beautiful regions of the Sardinian landscape, offering a unique exploration of its natural monuments, historical evidences and colors.
Water-games along the stunning bays of Chia
Cool and crystal sea overwhelmed by the astonishing green of the Mediterranean vegetation: Chia, along the southern coast of Sardinia, is widely known for its Caraibic colors. An ideal place where to enjoy entertainments such as boat trips, kayak or pedalo excursions and much more.
San Sperate between colors and chocolate
The so-called “Museum City”, as San Sperate is widely known, is famous for the picturesque architecture of its old town, where murals and sculptures bring the signature of both local and international artists. This colorful experience has to be enriched with a fragrant cup of chocolate handmade by the maitre chocolatier ChocoGioia, who knows the secret to make you children smile!