Camping in #Sardinia is a true paradise with crystal clear water, white beaches, many pretty little towns and the wild nature inland. Experience #Sardinia campsites with the #Sardinia-Camping-Guide. There are numerous campsites in all regions and you can, for example, plan a complete tour around the island with a camper or mobile home.
Of course, a fixed place and a campsite of your choice is absolutely worthwhile. You can take the ferry to Sardinia with your own mobile home or car, or you can rent a vehicle of your choice locally, but more on that later. In principle, it is recommended for island visitors who have not yet visited Sardinia and are planning a round trip to orientate themselves on the beautiful and well-developed coastal roads. This saves you long and arduous local journeys.
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