EvoJets Luxury Travel Guide to Sardinia

by Julie on December 31, 2015

Sardinia is a wonderful island, perhaps even more so because while many islands rely on tourism for their economy, Sardinia has its own successful economy, giving the island significantly more wealth to expand on its culture and activities, so tourists can enjoy more of what the locals enjoy, rather than simply the restaurants and activities designed for attracting tourists.

Many of our private jet charters at evoJets are designed to safely and comfortably visit remote locations when booking enjoyable flights is not otherwise easy. That is often the case with Sardinia – the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, and a part of the Italian cultural experience.

Sardinia is accessible through three airports:

  • Cagliari-Elmas

  • Olbia-Costa Smeralda

  • Alghero-Fertilia

These airports experience a large passenger volume every year, so those that want to land a bit more privately often arrive in a jet charter.

Vacationing or Traveling in Sardinia:

If you are planning on traveling to Sardinia, there are a variety of nice hotels, including:

  • Hotel Il Castello Forte Village Resort

  • Villa del Parco Hotel and Spa Forte Village

  • L’Ea Bianca Luxury Resort

Sardinia also has 300 days of sunshine every year. It is great for outdoor activities, particularly in the July and August Months, where you can explore the caves and grottos that have developed over the past several hundred years.

Of course, most people visit Sardinia for its beaches. The water is a clear blue all around the island, with breathtaking views in areas like:

  • Cala Goloritze

  • Cala Mariolu

  • Cala Brandinchi

There are beaches across Costa Esmeralda that is well worth a visit if you’re looking to relax. Across these beaches you’ll also often find cocktail bars and beach restaurants that focus on delivering outstanding quality cuisine. You can also trust that this cuisine is worthwhile, as Sardinia has the highest life expectancy in the world, cementing itself as a place to go to find peace and comfort.

Sardinia is not the most common trip we book. But those that do fly here, whether it’s for business or pleasure, often remark that it is one of their most enjoyable experiences, and once you set foot in Sardinia you can clearly see why. This island has a great deal to offer, and is the perfect choice for your next adventure.

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