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Beautiful beaches with holiday homes in Budoni
A vacation in a holiday home in Budoni is a tempting prospect when you consider the short flight from the UK, the sparkling calm waters, and the white sandy beaches that are ideal for relaxing family holidays. There is also a wealth of opportunities to sample delicious local cuisine in Budoni, a popular seaside resort in North-East Sardinia. The village of Budoni sits on the coast with a backdrop of green hills that have stories of local settlements, folklore, and traditions to tell. It's a place to enjoy the sun, sea, and sand; to take a shopping break, or venture out in search of water sports, museums, and festival culture.
Discover more about the beautiful seaside resort of Budoni, and what you can expect from the comfortable, family friendly holiday accommodations here. Find out where to eat, take a day trip, and the best places to soak up the Sardinian sun.
Best beaches in Budoni
The turquoise seas and white sandy beaches are a big draw in Budoni, especially in the summer. Cala di Budoni is the main stretch of beach in the area, with mostly shallow waters that are great for families, and a backdrop of pine forest to provide shade on hot days. On either end of this main beach, you will uncover the delights of Porto Ainu and Salamaghe Beach, smaller beaches that are more secluded than the main beach, but still have access to all basic amenities. Restaurants, shops, and beach bars are dotted at intervals along the coast, along with facilities for windsurfing, diving, and snorkelling. You'll never be short of something to do, once you leave your holiday apartment in Budoni for the day.
Holiday homes in Budoni
It's all about the location when it comes to holiday homes in Budoni, with all accommodation options within two miles of the beaches. Close by white sandy beaches, restaurants, and shops, these Budoni holiday apartments and homes are great for families, sleeping four to eight people. Facilities include a kitchen and TV, while many properties have access to communal swimming pools. Swim, soak up the sun, and enjoy the picturesque landscape surrounding your Budoni holiday home in Sardinia, or dine al-fresco on home-cooked meals made with local ingredients, such as seafood, pasta, octopus, lamb, and artichokes.
Things to do in Budoni
Strada Statale, the main street in Budoni is the place to be in this village. Take a break from the beaches, and pick up supplies for your holiday home in Budoni at the local markets. You can also browse your way through the boutiques selling local crafts, shoes, pastries, and ice-cream. At night, the air in Budoni fills with the tempting smell of Sardinian culinary specialities such as suckling pig, or clam spaghetti, so be sure to venture out for a meal.
The Feast of St John the Baptist on the last Sunday in August is a special event in Budoni. The patron saint festivities include choir concerts, and a procession by the sea with costumed worshippers. You'll also get the chance to sample Origliette, a fried pastry treat with honey and orange zest, often served during this festival.
Popular destinations near Budoni
Hire a car and explore the beautiful North Sardinian coastline, which has a lot to offer in terms of activities and events. Less than a 15 minutes drive away by car, San Teodoro is popular with kite surfers, and a great place to spot pink flamingos in the lagoon. It's also here that a family-friendly drum and bass festival takes place every year in September.
If you feel like taking a longer drive from your holiday home in Budoni, then Costa Paradiso and Badesi can be reached in less than two hours. Costa Paradiso is well-known for its secluded beaches, and the colourful fish and marine life that animate its waters. Badesi is a particularly lively destination, with a summer carnival and food festival in August, beautiful vineyards, and year round wind-surfing.
How to travel to Budoni from England
Budoni is located in North-East Sardinia, so flights will arrive at either Alghero Airport, or Olbia Airport, the latter being the nearest hub to Budoni. The flight duration for a direct flight from London or Manchester to one of these airports is about 2 hours and 35 minutes. Flight times, days, and departure airports vary depending on the season, with the most flight options available during the summer months. Car rental, bus, and taxi services are available at both airports in North-East Sardinia, with a transfer time of about 40 minutes from Olbia Airport, and about 2 hours from Alghero's air hub, to holiday homes in Budoni.
What is the weather like in Budoni
A holiday apartment in Budoni brings you to a fairly mild year-round climate. Temperatures range from a maximum high of 30℃ in July to a low of around 13℃ in winter. March through November are the best months to travel to Budoni, making the most of the spring, summer, and pleasant autumn weather. The late summer and early autumn offer warm seawater temperatures, particularly tempting for visitors who want to enjoy the turquoise sea, and the opportunities for water sports such as diving and snorkelling,
More about snorkelling in Budoni
Snorkelling is one of the most popular water based activities in North-East Sardinia, and Budoni is blessed with some great spots to explore. Pedrami Rocks is known for its population of colourful fish, and protected species such as the Giant Limpet, which can be observed here. Ottiolu, an area of archaeological significance with underwater Roman ruins is another great option.
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