Cigno Bianco, a campsite by the beach in Sardinia
As one of the loveliest campsites in Sardinia, Cigno Bianco is located on the eastern side of the island, 5 kilometres from the port of Arbatax, where ferries draw alongside ensuring the connection to the mainland. This campsite enjoys direct access to the heavenly sandy beach, whose crystal-clear waters delight swimmers. It also has a lovely water park and a wide choice of holiday rentals.
A perfect setting to relax and make the most of the beach
The Cigno Bianco campsite has one of the most attractive locations in Tortolì, a town whose port of Arbatax is one of the gateways to Sardinia. From here, you can tour around the entirety of Ogliastra, a heavenly region of the island, wedged between the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Gennargentu mountain range. The campsite is located on the outskirts of the town, where peace reigns and greenery plays a vital role.
From the campsite, holidaymakers simply need to cross the sand dunes to go to the superb Su Capitulu beach, whose fine sand and sunloungers located here both invite lovers of idleness to come and sunbathe before or after swimming! On this establishment, holiday rentals and pitches share the space, in the shade of multiple trees and shrubs scattered around it.
Several types of accommodation are available for hire on this Sardinia campsite. Holidaymakers have the choice between different ranges of mobile homes and bungalows. All have a covered terrace enabling you to enjoy the delights of open air life, and all offer comfort popular with families and groups of friends. For those wanting them, there are also pitches so as to accommodate tents, caravans, campers and converted vans in perfect conditions.
A campsite with a multitude of services and facilities in the Province of Ogliastra
Once set up, holidaymakers can then make the most of all the campsite’s benefits. For example, it makes available numerous services and facilities, such as a restaurant, pizzeria, grocery, children’s playground, table football, ping-pong tables, laundry or even bicycle hire service. Those intrigued can also reserve trips in the area around the campsite.
Holidaymakers on Cigno Bianco are also free to take part in various sports activities and summer entertainment. The campsite particularly has a beach volleyball court and beach soccer pitch, tournaments may take place here in July and August as do aquaerobics sessions and dance evenings. Again during the two months of the summer season, a children’s club enables young children to have fun together, thanks to activities planned by the campsite activity leaders.
Lastly, this campsite in Sardinia also has a very nice water park. A swimming area which consists of a large lagoon swimming pool for teenagers and adults, a shallow children’s paddling pool with mushroom sprinklers, and lastly a balneotherapy area with hydrotherapy benches enabling all holidaymakers to relax in the water. Around the pools, a sunbathing area is equipped with multiple sunloungers to rest after swimming.
Discover Sardinia and its wonders
By staying on the Cigno Bianco campsite, holidaymakers can discover Sardinia and its wonders. This Mediterranean island is notably renowned for the beauty of its landscapes and coast, with beaches each equally heavenly. The warm and crystal-clear waters entice you to swim, whilst the plentiful sunshine enables you to recharge your batteries and get a tan!
Even though the beach located by the campsite has no shortage of charm, Lido di Orrì beach barely 5 kilometres from Cigno Bianco is one of the loveliest in Sardinia. Stretching over almost 16 kilometres, it seems so long it is impossible to see the end from the SS 125 Orientale Sarda road running along its length, which is considered one of the loveliest panoramic routes in Europe.
Yet the sea and beach are not the only attractions of this island, whose inland countryside is also home to numerous charming villages and exceptional natural sites. Amongst these, the Gola Su Gorropu gorge is not to be missed when staying on the Tortolì campsite. Located 47 kilometres from Cigno Bianco, it forms the deepest canyon on the mainland! In the heart of this, the canyon walls can reach 500 metres high...