A Sardinian Holiday
A curated travel guide to take you to the beaches and beyond in Sardinia, Italy.
Explore the campaign for our latest collection, 'Sardinian Holiday' here. Ellen Rosa is captured on a range of formats by photographer Cameron Hammond. Produced by Rachel Gill.
“Where to stay: ”
There is a range of hotels, apartments and home rentals available within Sardinia depending on the type of holiday you are after.
For a luxurious stay overlooking the Costa Smeralda, try Hotel Cala di Volpe.
For a beachside boutique hotel on the island of La Maddelena, try Hotel Cala Lunga.
For a charming and quaint family-run B&B in town, try Domu Antiga.
“What To Do: ”
Surrounded by beautiful blue waters, rocky cliffs, sandy beaches lined with umbrellas and historically enriched towns, there is no shortage of things to keep you busy during your next trip to Sardinia, Italy. Once you arrive, we suggest renting a car to take you across the sprawling island. Here are our top recommendations for things to do:
Explore Cagliari, the capital of Sardinia. Here in this bustling area you can explore markets, sip on an Aperol Spritz at one of the many bars, walk cobbled stoned lanes and bask in the beautiful town architecture.
Discover the Costa Smerelda. A destination that inspired our latest collection, this rugged stretch of waters and powder-soft white sand house some of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia. When visiting the Costa Smeralda, ensure you check out the beaches Spiaggia del Principle and Capriccioli beach.
Organise a boat ride to the beautiful La Maddalena island. A shooting location within our latest campaign, this idyllic island is full of bays, small coves and enchanting small beaches.
“What to eat: ”
There will be no shortage of delicious delicacies to take you through your Sardinian holiday. From pasta, fresh seafood and local meat dishes, you can prepare to fill your days with meals to write home about. Some quintessential Sardinian meals to ensure you try would be the Pane Carasau flatbread which is usually offered at the start of a meal, Culurgiones which are stuffed pasta parcels and Su Porceddu, which is a delicious suckling pig dish traditional to the region. Our top restaurant recommendations would be:
For a traditional Sardinian menu, try Agriturismo Muru Idda.
For a traditional, slow-fermented Pizza in town try Framento pizzeria.
For delicious seafood pasta, try Locanda Da Renzo.
“What to wear: ”
For days spent sun-drenched at the beach: Style our versatile Playa Scarf back with your favourite swim.
For an afternoon Aperol Spritz in town: The timeless Agnata Midi Dress with your chunky walking sandals.