Holidays in
San Teodoro

A glamorous, colourful getaway

San Teodoro, a former fishing village, is a gorgeous Sardinian getaway. Its beaches are tropically brilliant, with curves of powdery white sand lapped by a luminous blue sea. Close to the coast is a green-blue lagoon, where powder-pink flamingos gather and herons stalk across the wetlands, all backed by orange and mauve-shaded hills. Set in the dazzlingly picturesque northeast of Sardinia, this is the perfect base just south of the glamorous Costa Smeralda.

San Teodoro holidays are also famously full of fun, with bars and nightclubs catering to a glamorous crowd. Clubs here are open-air so you can dance under the stars, with pool parties, themed nights and sets from international DJs all running regularly. Holidays to San Teodoro can take in activities such as paddle boarding across crystal-clear waters or horse riding through the surf, and you’ll still have as much fun by night as you will by day.

Your San Teodoro questions, answered

Families will love the gently shelving, soft-sand beach, birdwatchers the lagoon, and water sports-junkies the windsurfing and boating, but this is a great place for party lovers, too.

Although this area of Sardinia is chic and extremely beautiful, it’s still very good value, with places to stay and restaurants to suit all budgets.

You can eat delicious Sardinian cuisine here, including cheese and cured meats, honey rolls and almond cakes, as well as seafood fresh from the sea.

Best things to do in San Teodoro

Spot pink flamingos

San Teodoro lagoon lies behind La Cinta beach, and you can stroll around it or take a boat trip to see the flamingos who feed here.

Bask on La Cinta beach

San Teodoro’s finest beach is a great wide arc of pearl-white super-soft sand, lapped by aquamarine water, with sunbeds and sunshades, restaurants, water sports and more.

Dance under the stars

With its cocktail bars and open-air nightclubs, San Teodoro is a stylish place for dancing under the stars on summer nights, popular with a fun-loving crowd.