Sardegna at that time had it all, it was a perfect city break with no rain and temperature reaching 28 degrees, I repeat it was October!
We totally felt that the rush and dust after the high season has settled. Of course the biggest advantage of it were: less crowds and lower prices but it also meant not all the businesses were open. So it’s good to plan ahead and eventually email tour operators/diving center etc if they’ll be open.
There is plenty, plenty of incredible hikes all over the island. There are via ferratas. There is diving, snorkeling, and boat trips, camping, sand beaches and amazing coffee!
It’s a dream destination and I would love to get back for longer to experience the most of it:)
I can’t remember the place where we rented the boat, but to find one will not be a problem, there is plenty of them.
We paid 100EUR for a boat for the whole day +50ish EUR for fuel
We dived with that center (and can recommend them):
We paid 100EUR per pax for 2 dives, including all equipment…fair enough
Sardegna has three main airports, one in the north-east – Olbia, one in the north-west – Alghero and one in the south – Cagliari. All 3 available interchangeably with Ryanair and Wizzair
Pst! It’s Italy so we shouldn’t forget about siesta 🙂
It’s usually between 12AM and 4PM, when we were there that applied mostly between 12AM and 2PM.