If you’re looking for a late break in September or October, Sardinia is a tough choice to beat. Here are just a few of the benefits this late-season paradise has to offer.
It’s still Lovely And Warm
Late season temperature ranges between 27 and 23 degrees at this time of year which is warm enough for the pool or the beach but also not too hot for walking or other activities.
Everything is Quieter
The villages and beaches are quieter at this time of year and the type of visitor can be a little quieter too. Things have slowed down a little and there should be increased availability in restaurants, bars, cafes and other facilities.
The Sea Is At Its Best
Having warmed up through the hottest months, the sea is at its warmest in the late season. Snorkelers and divers will be able to enjoy the improved visibility which comes with the late season and benefit from the warmer water.
The Roads Are Quiet
If you choose to hire a car, the roads should be nice and quiet, making getting around much more straightforward. Parking can be much easier and often care-hire rates can be significantly more affordable than during the peak season.
The Perfect Time For Young Children
For families with pre-school children, this can be a great time to visit. The sun is not as powerful (although you should always use high factor sunscreen) and the water is warmer, making it even more fun for children.
The evenings are cooler and it goes darker earlier, making sleeping, or even just snuggling up, altogether more appealing.
Flights Can be More Affordable
Off peak times often lead to more affordable flight costs. Whilst this can’t always be guaranteed, it is well worth exploring carefully to find the best deals on offer.
The Food Festival Season
Many of the island’s Food and Drink festivals are in September and October which can be an absolute cultural delight for foodies.
We have a number of Villas with late availability during this years’ late season. Why not grab yourself a last minute bargain and jet off for Sardinia to enjoy some late sun.