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All inclusive Hotels in Sardegna

Hotel Li Graniti
Baja Sardinia - Arzachena (OT)
BeachPet FriendlySwimming PoolFree Wi-FiWellness CenterExcursionsDrinks
4 680 reviews
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Distances from places of interest
* Railway station20.8 km
* Port22.2 km
* Aeroporto di Olbia23.8 km
* Aquadream2.2 km
All inclusive Hotels in Sardegna

An all inclusive holiday in Sardegna means:

Caribbean beaches
Unspoilt nature
History and traditions
Wine and food

A HOLIDAY CALLED SARDINIA

You will set sail in the emerald sea passing small and large coves with snow-white beaches. An island that will astound you with the different contrasts, colours and unspoilt nature.

The Sardinian coast is made up of around 200 km of beaches, perfect for everyone, breezy with tall sand dunes covered by Mediterranean scrub or sheltered by the calm clear water that looks like a pool.

SARDINIA IS NOT ONLY JUST SEA

There are towns and villages to visit, parks and trails for trekking. The Barbagia, for example, is one of the wildest areas of the island, a huge area that lies in the slopes of Gennargentu, the large massif in the centre of the island with its picturesque scenery dominating the landscape.

Among its wonders, visitors to Sardinia can see the nuraghi structures spread throughout the island, unique monuments in the world that are witness to an ancient but still somehow mysterious culture.

The island offers visitors a wide range of attractions from stunning beaches, worthy of being tropical to archaeological and artistic collections. The rugged and remote inland is perfect for adventurous travellers who will also experience the warm hospitality of the local people.

THE CUISINE THAT SATISFIES EVEN THE MOST DEMANDING PALATE

The most used ingredient is durum wheat semolina to make carasau bread, the dough is also used to make the famous pasta malloreddus, culurgiones and fregola.

You cannot leave the island without trying the most famous porceddu, grilled suckling pig.

For those who enjoy seafood, can try lobster Alghero style, roe of Cabras and spaghetti with sea urchins.

And to accompany the delicious Sardinian dishes, excellent quality local wines such as Vermentino of Gallura or Cannonau. The myrtle liquor is equally as good.

A HOLIDAY CALLED SARDINIA

You will set sail in the emerald sea passing small and large coves with snow-white beaches. An island that will astound you with the different contrasts, colours and unspoilt nature.

The Sardinian coast is made up of around 200 km of beaches, perfect for everyone, breezy with tall sand dunes covered by Mediterranean scrub or sheltered by the calm clear water that looks like a...

A HOLIDAY CALLED SARDINIA

You will set sail in the emerald sea passing small and large coves with snow-white beaches. An island that will astound you with the different contrasts, colours and unspoilt nature.

The Sardinian coast is made up of around 200 km of beaches, perfect for everyone, breezy with tall sand dunes covered by Mediterranean scrub or sheltered by the calm clear water that looks like a pool.

SARDINIA IS NOT ONLY JUST SEA

There are towns and villages to visit, parks and trails for trekking. The Barbagia, for example, is one of the wildest areas of the island, a huge area that lies in the slopes of Gennargentu, the large massif in the centre of the island with its picturesque scenery dominating the landscape.

Among its wonders, visitors to Sardinia can see the nuraghi structures spread throughout the island, unique monuments in the world that are witness to an ancient but still somehow mysterious culture.

The island offers visitors a wide range of attractions from stunning beaches, worthy of being tropical to archaeological and artistic collections. The rugged and remote inland is perfect for adventurous travellers who will also experience the warm hospitality of the local people.

THE CUISINE THAT SATISFIES EVEN THE MOST DEMANDING PALATE

The most used ingredient is durum wheat semolina to make carasau bread, the dough is also used to make the famous pasta malloreddus, culurgiones and fregola.

You cannot leave the island without trying the most famous porceddu, grilled suckling pig.

For those who enjoy seafood, can try lobster Alghero style, roe of Cabras and spaghetti with sea urchins.

And to accompany the delicious Sardinian dishes, excellent quality local wines such as Vermentino of Gallura or Cannonau. The myrtle liquor is equally as good.