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Cannigione: free to choose a holiday in a residence or villa

Located halfway between the world’s clearest archipelago and the Emerald Coast, Resort Cala di Falco is the right solution for dynamic holidays in Northern Sardinia, where privacy and independence reign, especially when choosing a villa or residence formula.

A holiday in an apartment or villa offers independence and freedom: days to be shared with your travel companions, exploring Italy’s most famous beaches and nightlife spots. And upon your return, enjoy some relaxation on your own veranda, a late-afternoon dip in the beach in front of the resort, or engage in healthy sports activities like tennis and beach volleyball.

Residence or Villa, the Freedom to Choose

Nestled among manicured gardens and elegant squares, the apartments in the residence are highly favoured by families, groups of friends, or couples seeking greater privacy. Situated in a quiet area, 200 metres from the sea and the free beach of Cannigione, the residence also features a swimming pool complete with sun loungers for relaxation, around which are arranged one, two, and three-bedroom apartments with kitchenettes and all comforts, capable of accommodating up to 8 people.

Designed for those seeking a more exclusive holiday, the villas offer enviable privacy. Large furnished terraces or gardens, often equipped with barbecues for al fresco dining. Inside, exquisite furnishings crafted by local artisans create refined and elegant spaces, capable of accommodating up to 8 people. Some offer a splendid view of the Gulf of Arzachena and are approximately 200 metres from the free beach of Cannigione. Moreover, villa guests can avail themselves of a free shuttle service (at set times, Saturdays excluded) to reach the free beaches of Barca Bruciata or Mannena.

And once you’ve chosen the most suitable solution, here are some tips on what to see in Cannigione and the surrounding areas.

What to Do Upon Arrival: Discover the Lively Tourist Village of Cannigione

After settling in, it might be a good idea to take a walk in the centre of Cannigione. Originally a fishing village, it has become one of the most appreciated spots in Northern Sardinia, at the gates of the Emerald Coast and overlooking the crystal-clear waters of the Gulf of Arzachena. The promenade features a charming tourist marina, numerous artisan and clothing shops, an evening market, bars, trendy venues, and renowned artisan ice-cream parlours.

The tourist village of Cannigione

Beaches in the Vicinity of Cannigione

The coast of the Gulf of Arzachena, stretching over 80 km, offers a succession of coves, beaches, cliffs, and beautiful bays, all to be discovered during a holiday in Sardinia. The free beach of Cannigione is within easy walking distance from the apartment or villa, while the free beaches of Barca Bruciata or Mannena feature white sands and crystal-clear waters, only 3 km from the resort.

Other nearby sandy and water gems include the beach of Tanca Manna, where you can rent canoes and windsurf, the Saline beach in Palau, not to mention La Conia, Isuledda and the “Caribbean-like” beaches of the La Maddalena Archipelago, accessible by one of Delphina’s fast motorboats or prestigious Poseidon boats.

Archaeological Sites: The Charm of the Nuragic Civilisation

Populations from the distant Neolithic era to the middle Bronze Age have left important traces of their passage near Cannigione. For those passionate about nuraghi and unable to make a trip to Sardinia without visiting at least one of the 7000 scattered throughout the island, a few kilometres from their apartment or villa lies the majestic Nuraghe La Prisgiona. For those who want to combine physical and cultural activity, we recommend the hike to the Temple of Malchittu, an architectural structure built around 1600 BC, nestled in a place rich in charm and mystery. Don’t miss the Necropolis of Li Muri, the oldest archaeological site to visit in the municipality of Arzachena, and The Giants’ Tombs.

The Giants' Tomb of Coddu Ecchju

Porto Cervo: The Heart of the Emerald Coast

Among the activities to enjoy during holidays in Cannigione, a stroll in the fashionable Porto Cervo is a must. The day begins among the narrow and evocative streets of the centre, where luxury boutiques, Michelin-starred restaurants, and trendy venues harmoniously blend in among arches, galleries, and exclusive squares. You can then choose from many renowned coves that dot the coast and the scenic church of Stella Maris.

Porto Cervo, the church of Stella Maris

Lastly, one can’t return home without being swept away by the Emerald Coast nightlife: there are countless beach bars, trendy restaurants, and nightclubs that light up the evenings in Porto Cervo, Poltu Quatu, and the closer Baja Sardinia.

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