Top Solo Travel Deal Italy-Sardinia Great Value Great Trip: What can be better than sunshine and small crowds?! Vacation in the Mediterranean after the summer rush. Sardinia is a top solo travel destination with sharply reduced costs after summer. Once families have returned for the school year and others have headed back to work, prices decline quickly.
Sardinia is a major tourist island within the Mediterranean. It combines sand and surf with a long history as a crossroads. It is second only in size to Sicily in the western part of the Mediterranean Sea. In addition, it is positioned in the southern portion of the Mediterranean just north off Africa, Algeria and Tunisia. However, despite geography, Sardinia is still very much Italian in feel, culture and cuisine.
The Phoenicians and the Romans quickly discovered Sardinia. (Historians will remember the First Punic War in the third century BC that resulted ultimately in victory by Rome over Carthage. Later invasions included the Vandals and the Saracens. Italian city state hegemony followed piro to the centuries later War of Spanish Succession. By the 1860’s with Victor Emmanuel’s accession, Sardinia became a permanet part of Italy. After World War II, Sardinia became a fairly independent part of Italy as a self-governing entity.
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Go horseback riding.
Trek the mountains.
Rent a bike.
Watch the sailboats float by or take a day trip.
Relax on the beaches.
Sample local cuisine.
Explore ancient ruins.
Located right at Cagliari city centre, Cagliari D’Amare offers a modern and peaceful stay. It boasts an equipped garden with sun terrace and hydromassage pool. It is 3.7 miles to Poetto Beach.
Offering free Wi-Fi, each room is elegantly furnished. It comes with air conditioning, soundproofed windows, a flat-screen TV, and a private bathroom.
Italian breakfast is served at a bar located 650 feet from the property. It includes a choice of croissants, hot drinks and juices, as well as mineral water, toasts, butter and jams.
Cagliari Central Train Station is a 10-minute walk away and Cagliari-Elmas Airport is a 15-minute drive. The Cagliari D’Amare offers a free pick-up service from the airport on check-in day.
Solo travelers in particular like the location – they rated it 10 for a one-person stay.