Janna e Sole

The Janna e Sole hotel: typically Sardinian on the outside, uber-modern on the inside. Spend your time dipping in and out of one of the three pools and joining in the diverse daytime activities. Feeling energetic? Grab a racket and hit the tennis courts or kick a football around with the kids. Relax afterwards with a massage in the spa. Dine at the three restaurants, including an international buffet and a traditional taverna. There’s a snack bar and coffee shop to keep you going during the day and a bar if you fancy a beer or glass of wine during the live evening performances.

Overview of Budoni, Sardinia, Italy

The white-sands beaches of Budoni, on the Italian island of Sardinia, have a real Caribbean vibe. Throw in beautiful pink flamingos at the nearby San Teodoro lagoon, and you’ve got a unique holiday in a little piece of Italian paradise. Head out into the tree-covered hills surrounding this picture-perfect town and explore a medieval stone village or go to neighbouring Porto Cervo, playground to the rich and famous, for some celebrity spotting.

Things to do in Budoni, Sardinia, Italy

Cala di Budoni will be at the heart of your holiday to Budoni. Its shallow waters are perfect for little feet to splash around in. Grab your mask and do some underwater exploring or get the adrenaline pumping as you windsurf over the waves. No need to walk the streets looking for the perfect pizza on your holidays to Italy – head straight for the main street, Strada Statale. You’ll find restaurants and cafes serving authentic Sardinian cuisine. If you fancy a night on the town, San Teodoro is 15 minutes away. Here you can party to your heart’s content in swanky cocktail bars and open-air nightclubs. Don’t forget to pack your suntan lotion as temperatures can hit over 30°C in the summer and the low to mid-20s in spring and autumn. Whenever you visit, you’re sure to leave sun-kissed and smiling after your holiday in beautiful Budoni.


Resort Summary

Holidays to Budoni must include a visit to the beach named after the town – Cala di Budoni. You’ll walk across white sands that seem to stretch forever (it actually stretches for four kilometres, so there’ll always be plenty of space no matter when you arrive). Many people compare Budoni’s namesake beach with those of the Caribbean and it is easy to see why. It’s an inviting setting with long, white stretches of sand combined with turquoise waters. Plus, the sea is shallow making it ideal for the whole family to take a dip, and since it’s so clear, snorkelling is a firm favourite when it comes to extra activities.