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Santa Margherita di Pula is located on Sardinia's south coast, and promises beautiful beaches, a peaceful atmosphere and a warm, friendly welcome to all visitors. The resort backs onto beautiful pine forests, and with a number of neighbouring villages and several cultural attractions to discover, it's ideal for those who just want to take things slowly and enjoy the sunshine in style.
The beaches are the main attraction of a Santa Margherita di Pula holiday, boasting white sands and shimmering turquoise waters, deep enough to dive in and warm enough to swim. The waters around Sardinia are known to heat up to around 20C in the summer months, ideal for paddling with kids or just lounging in the water! The beaches are so picturesque that they are often used for commercials, and promise a calm, tranquil place to relax.
The surrounding countryside is a delight to explore, with routes through the forests, hillsides covered with vegetation and cacti. Take a walk along the footpaths, or hire bicycles and explore the area in more detail. Fantastic panoramic views over the hills and coastline can be found at nearby Eden Rock, while on the road towards Domus de Maria you'll find the ruins of the Nuraghe Santa Margherita, a structure dating back thousands of years.
The town of Pula, just a short distance away from Santa Margherita di Pula, is a charming residential town with a number of attractions, as well as plenty of seafood restaurants and pizzerias, for an evening out of the resort. Pula is home to the archaeological site of Nora, a highly significant dig site well worth seeing during your Santa Margherita di Pula holiday. The church of Saint Efisio can also be found here, and on the 1st of May a procession is held through the streets of Pula to celebrate Sardinian folklore – the perfect way to truly discover the culture of southern Sardinia.