Sardinia, a unique experience


Budoni, located on Sardinia’s east coast, is a popular holiday destination. The village has a stunning coastline of 18 kilometres. During the winter months its population doesn’t even reach 5000 inhabitants. During the summer months, however, that number increases explosively to approximately 70.000 inhabitants.

Budoni has a rich history. Just outside of the village you can visit the archaeological site of Augustus Populus (Agrustos nowadays). The landscape is hilly and sparsely populated. Budoni is surrounded by pine forests and lakes filled with rare animals, such as the pink flamingo. In front of Budoni’s coast there are several protected nature reserves, where for example dolphins live.
The lively harbour of Porto Ottiolu, with its restaurants and various excursion facilities, is located within a 10-minute drive of Budoni. During the summer months many folkloristic events and festivals are held in the small mountain villages; a unique experience!

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