An island consisting of nearly 2,000 km of coastline and a rocky interior begging to be explored, Sardinia is a pearl of the Mediterranean Sea. Rugged landscapes, thousands of time-worn stone ruins dating back to the Bronze Age and sun-dappled shores make up the rich, cultural tapestry of this Italian island.
You’ll venture to Palau, Sardinia, for a dazzling holiday. Picturesque Palau is the site of pristine beaches and shockingly blue sea, coupled with historic remains of a protective fortress and superlative views of the Maddalena islands.
Around 220 km north of Cagliari and 30 km northwest of Olbia, the comune of Palau is a lively summer resort dotted with surf shops, bars, restaurants and boutiques and bordering the Emerald Coast.
Your 4* palace will be the Club Esse Posada Beach Resort. Nestled within spitting distance of the silky-soft Sardinian shoreline, this hotel is the perfect place to engage in a spot of beach-hopping and sunbathing.
Boasting crystal-clear waters which gobble up the sun’s rays and throng with all sorts of beautiful critters, you might find it hard to tear yourself away from the hotel’s private beach area. Spend your days going for morning paddles in the sea followed by afternoons soaking up the sun.
And should you find yourself tiring of powdery sand sinking between your toes and a horizon that’s a sight for sore eyes, wander over to the hotel’s seasonal outdoor pool to cool off. If you fancy a tipple or two, head to the hotel bar for a beverage.
Club Esse Posada also offers a buffet restaurant featuring a wide range of mouth-watering regional dishes, such as ravioli with cuttlefish ink and pane carasau to name just a few.