Vacations in Budoni
Situated on Sardinia’s North-Eastern coast, Budoni boasts a strategic location between the Gulf of Orosei and Costa Smeralda. Included in the territory of the Baronie region, with its 18 km of coastline Budoni has become one of the most popular destinations on the island. An area where pristine nature and white sandy beaches set the stage for a relaxing holiday. This is also a great starting point to explore the surrounding area, such as the famous town of San Teodoro, only 12 km away.
Besides amazing landscapes, there are several excellent reasons to spend a holiday in Budoni:
as many other nearby towns, Budoni used to be an old Gallurese farming village (in Sardinian “Stazzo”). In the surrounding area there are a few localities that have preserved that agro-pastoral economy, such as San Lorenzo, Solità and San Pietro.
There are also many interesting archeological ruins, such as the Su Entosu Nuraghe, Conca e Bentu Nuraghe, and the Agliola Domus de Jana, in the hamlet of Solità.
Budoni comes alive during the summer. The most important event is the Ferragosto Budonese (midsummer festival), with shows and nightclubs open all night long.
The Port of Ottiolu is also quite important and features over 400 berths, an ideal starting point to take small cruises and discover the coast of North-Eastern Sardinia.