In the centre of Gallura

Budoni is one of the areas in North Sardinia that has grown the most, and is located a few minutes from Olbia by car.

Budoni is in an ideal location to visit the main tourist towns in the area, surrounded by numerous picturesque villages such as Porto Ottiolu, Agrustos and Posada. It is a few kilmometres from the lively town of San Teodoro, where it is possible to spend an enjoyable and cultured evening dedicated to fun.

Budoni overlooks the fantastic Budoni Cove with large sandy shores with pure white sand.

In Budoni you will find all the services that you need to spend a comfortable holiday in Sardinia, a holiday dedicated to rest and so much more.

There are many bars and pubs, excellent restaurants with local cuisine, pizzerias and ice cream parlours. There are also kiosks, tobacconists, a pharmacy, medical services, post office, bank and ATM. There is everything you need to have a calm holiday, whatever happens.

Maddalena Archipelago

Visit the National Park

The Maddalena National Park is located on the north coast of Sardinia, with a total of 62 islands that make up around 20,000 hectares of earth, sea and coast. There are seven main islands: La Maddalena, Caprera, Budelli, Santo Stefano, Santa Maria, Spargi e Razzoli.

La Maddalena is the main island of the archipelago with the same name, with more than 11,000 residents. The only inhabited islands with built-up areas, as well as La Maddalena, are Caprera and a part of Santa Maria (occupation is seasonal on this island).

For this reason the entire area remains uncontaminated and in full harmony with nature.

To get to La Maddalena and its islands, you need to go to Palau port and take one of the ferries that link the Sardinian coast with the port in La Maddalena.

Tavolara Island

Excursion in the Marine Reserve of Tavolara

The Marine Reserve of Tavolara is a must-see for those interested in the natural wonders of Sardinia. Tavolara, the main island in the marine reserve, is a limestone formation approximately 560m in height, 4km long and less than 1 km wide. You can imagine the dramatic view of its vertical cliffs and clear waters. While the entire Eastern sector is a military zone, and therefore off-limits, the rest of the island is easily reachable by ferry from Porto San Paolo.

Molara island is another pearl of the Marine Reserve. It is more luxuriant than Tavolara, and with gentler slopes.


Discover the Sardinian backcountry

Discover the real and traditional Sardinia The Pedra e Cupa Camping Village organises excursions to the Barbagia region with visits to Orgosolo, a characteristic village noted for its typical murals. They are unique murals, real open air works of art on the building walls.

We also offer a visit to the Su Gologone spring, a karstic spring located at the foot of Supramonte. Amongst the eucalyptus woods there is thick Mediterranean scrub that leads down to the spings.

After the spring, we visit Supramonte and have lunch, with the chance to try typical Sardinian produce.