Flumendosa - a campsite by the beach in the south of Cagliari
It is to the south-west of Sardinia, in the region of Cagliari and along the coast of Santa Margherita di Pula that the Flumendosa campsite is located. This outdoor establishment occupies a superb protected pine forest just a stone’s throw from a long fine sandy beach! It can boast featuring amongst the loveliest campsites in Sardinia and its location enables holidaymakers to discover some of the most beautiful beaches on the island.
A welcoming family campsite in Pula
Located in Pula, in the extreme south of Sardinia, in the region of Sulcis - Iglesiente, and only 50 metres from the beach, this exceptional campsite enjoys a unique setting. A genuine small piece of heaven nestling in a corner of Mediterranean greenery, this establishment offers holidaymakers various types of mobile homes, as well as spacious pitches for canvas tents, caravans and campers.
Mobile homes are an ideal solution for residents wishing to spend a holiday in contact with nature without, for all that, giving up the luxuries of a holiday rental. This accommodation is spacious and delightfully decorated. It can accommodate up to 4 people and is equipped with 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, an equipped kitchen, air conditioning and a well-equipped terrace with a garden furniture set. Mobile homes in the Superior range have the advantage of being equipped with 2 bathrooms, for even more comfort and well-being during your stay.
Flumendosa also has large pitches. Welcoming and shaded, they are ideally located at the heart of the pine forest and just a stone’s throw from the sea. A location which enables holidaymakers to enjoy shade and freshness, a significant added benefit, during the hot summer days seen in Sardinia.
Direct and quick access to the Santa Margherita di Pula beach
The region of Sulcis-Iglesiente has the distinctive feature of the most beautiful beaches of southern Sardinia. Amongst these, is the Santa Margherita di Pula beach which, as luck would have it, is barely 50 metres from the campsite. Running along the coast, other lovely fine sandy beaches and heavenly inlets, are revealed to lovers of swimming in the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean.
The perfect location of this campsite is not its only attraction. On-site, holidaymakers have the opportunity of finding numerous services, such as a newspaper kiosk, free access to the Wi-Fi network in communal areas on the site, a grocery, a pizzeria with takeaways, a bar offering delicious cocktails and a bicycle and car hire service, giving you complete freedom to visit Sardinia.
Accessible to all holidaymakers staying on the Flumendosa campsite, the campsite's swimming pool is close to the bar. Around the pool, there are numerous sunloungers, enabling those who wish to the chance to rest whilst getting a tan. For lovers of sport, this Sardinia campsite offers various activities, such as trips out mountain biking or on horseback, trekking or even aquaerobics.
Various activities for families’ greatest delight
The activity team plan a multitude of activities each season, all taking place in a festive and convivial atmosphere. Children can also make the most of a play area given over to having fun, whilst holidaymakers wishing to look after their body can go to the campsite’s gym to do so. There, fitness equipment awaits them and fitness sessions take place during the high season.
Around Flumendosa, ideas for trips out are as numerous as they are varied. Pula, a town located 7 kilometres from the campsite, is nowadays one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in Sardinia, through its impressive environmental and archaeological heritage. The Nora Archaeological Park, with its theatre, watchtowers, churches, forums, and its numerous ancient buildings, should also be visited. Come summer, this park becomes a theatre for numerous concerts, festivals and other evening shows.
Sardinia is an island renowned for the beauty of its coast and its protected countryside. The Gutturu Mannu Regional Natural Park, located inland from Pula, has numerous granite massifs of Palaeozoic origin. Hardly much further on, the lovely sand dunes of the seaside town Porto Pino, the small inlets of the Sulcis archipelago or even the spectacular cliffs of Buggerru are equally exceptional natural sites not to be missed for any reason, when staying in this campsite in the south of Cagliari.