Bella Sardinia CampsiteOristano, Sardinia
Why you'll love this parc
- Climb the tower of St. Christophoros, which overlooks the whole city
- Kids can enjoy daily activities during high summer
- Try snorkelling at S’Archittu natural arch (5 mins away)
A laid back parc with plentiful activities, set in a forest and surrounded by sand dunes
Race over the sand dunes next to reach a long, wide beach. Sound like a good way to get your holiday started?
Bella Sardinia is set in a beautiful pine forest and is packed with facilities to make your island retreat one to remember. The pool complex includes a waterslide and kids’ pool, supervised by a lifeguard in high summer. There’s a great range of activities, including tennis, horse riding, a games room, bouncy castle and cycle hire. From mid-June to mid-September, entertainment turns up a notch with lots on offer for the whole family: kids’ club and disco, aqua gym, karaoke, sports tournaments and talent competitions. With all that activity, you’ll love to spend lazy afternoons poolside and grab dinner in the pizzeria restaurant.
Bella Sardinia Campsite availability
- Direct Beach Access
- Near a Town (5km)
- Canoeing (0km)
- Car Recommended
- Windsurfing (15km)
- Table Tennis
- Dog Friendly
- Mini Golf
- Scuba Diving (15km)
- Cycle Hire
- Parc-run Kids' Clubs
- Small Parc
Facilities and Amenities
Sports and Activities
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Direct sailings from Ireland to France are available from Cork to Roscoff with Brittany Ferries, Dublin to Cherbourg with Irish Ferries and Rosslare to Cherbourg with Stena Line.
The following routes listed are crossing the channel via the UK.