Sardinia

Bella Sardinia

Torre Del Pozzo Or, ORISTANO


Situated in the midst of a pine forest and running alongside the wonderful Is Arenas beach, famous for its sea turtles, Bella Sardinia really is a haven of natural beauty. Whether you are a walker or a sun worshipper, you really will love it here, in this hidden world of salt lakes, pink flamingos and fossil dunes. The parc itself offers both adult and children’s pools, as well as a restaurant, pizzeria, and a small supermarket for those who prefer to barbecue their own meals. There is also a great deal to enjoy outside the parc however, and a local guide is available to help you discover all that this wonderful area has to offer.


  • Facilities

    2 Outdoor Swimming Pools
    Shop
    Restaurant
    Cafe
    Bar
    Laundrette
    Languages spoken: English, German, French, Italian

  • Accommodation

    Whether you fancy staying in one of our modern holiday homes, lodges or a tent, you can be sure to step into quality, detached accommodation, complete with your own outdoor space that you’re free to enjoy however you like. Indoors, everyone can enjoy their own space in separate bedrooms and self-catering facilities at your fingertips will give you the freedom to dine in if you fancy.

  • Directions

    Fly drive is an option with flights to Sardinia from UK airports. Alternatively, ferries are available from Nice and Marseille or Genoa, Livorno and Piombino.

  • Charges

    Service Charge £7.50 per unit per night
    Facilities Passes FREE
    PAY ONLY £9.50 Mar 29, Apr 1, May 3, 6, Oct 11, 14

  • Attractions

    Oristano

    The best time to see pink flamingos in the wetlands of Sinis is during the breeding and nest building season. This runs from June through until September. Some of the best places to see them include the Cabras lagoon, Mistras lagoon, Sale Porcus oasis and the beautiful oasis of S’Ena Arrubia.

    Tharros

    Tharros was an ancient city on the west coast of Sardinia and is currently an archaeological site near the village of San Giovanni di Sinis, Oristano. It is located on the southern coastline of the Sinis peninsula and offers an impressive array of Roman archaeological remains.



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