The island of Sardinia, some 100 miles from the Western coast of Italy, is fashionable and hospitable. The coastline is littered with pretty fishing villages complementing the towns of Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo, where you will find sophisticated and luxurious yachts moored.
The island benefits from a six-month summer and is dry from May through to October, making the beautiful beaches even more appealing for relaxation in the sun. A mere two hours flying tome from the UK makes Sardinia easily accessible and with many regional airports now offering convenient flights this is a particularly promising family holiday destination for those with children who don’t have the patience for flying.
As you would expect, neighbouring Italy influences the cuisine and the food is varied and flavoursome with seafood, pasta and pizzeria in abundance.
Hotels are upmarket and cater well for children, upholding the Italian family way of life.