We’re taking you to the beautiful Italian Island of Sardinia, located in the Mediterranean Sea and renowned for its breathtakingly natural beauty, turquoise sea and captivating rock formations. We will be staying in the north coast of the island, near Capo Testa and the vibrant town of Santa Teresa Di Gullara. Gallura means ‘stony’ and this area is famous for its granite rocks, weathered and shaped by the elements.
Yoga holidays in Sardinia are an unique experience, with a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces to practice. In your down time you can indulge in local pastries, wines and cheese and explore the ruins of ancient civilizations and mysterious stone towers.
Or escape to the Archipelago Della Maddelena Islands on a boat to the swimming area of ‘La Piscina’ and take in all this beautiful location has to offer.
Be prepared to be wowed by the crystal clear water, endless beaches, local hospitality and rejuvenating yoga in Sardinia.
"Amazing week in Sardinia with Adventure Yogi, Harriet our yoga teacher was brilliant and the vegetarian food fabulous, all in a stunning location. I’ll definitely be booking another retreat with Adventure Yogi. Thank you"
Liz - Sardinia - September 2023
"Just back from Sardinia and was absolutely brilliant. Harriet, our yoga teacher was the best yoga tutor I have ever had. Simona, our chef was amazing and made vegetarian food so tasty and delicious. Great company for the week too. I will be back for sure"
Caroline - September - 2023
What is Sardinia known for?
Sardinia is known for some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, with crystal clear waters and white sand. It is home to a mysterious Nugaric civilization, which left behind thousands of stone towers called nuraghi. Sardinian cuisine is famous for its fresh seafood, succulent meats, and delicious cheeses and wines. There are also several national parks, including the Gennargentu National Park, which is home to rugged mountains, deep canyons and pristine lakes.
How do I get there?
You fly into Olbia airport and it is a 1 hour and 40 minutes drive from the venue.
How do I get there overland?
There are good trains in Europe and across France if you are coming from the UK. You can catch a ferry from Nice or Antibes to sardinia and arrive at Palau which is a 30-minute drive to our venue. The ferry can be taken as a night ferry or a daytime ferry from France and it is a long journey but you stop in Corsica first so you get to see some of Corsica's beautiful coastline too. Let us know if slow and low carbon travel is your preferred mode and we can help.
How to Get to Sardinia From Rome?
There are two ways to get from Rome to Sardinia, either by plane or by boat.
Flying is definitely the quickest but you can also take a ferry from Porto Civitavecchia which is 55 miles outside of Rome.
What's the weather like in Sardinia?
Sardinia has a beautifully warm Mediterranean climate with long, hot summers.
May brings temperatures around the low-20s with lighter evenings.
September has average highs of 26 degrees with evenings cooling to a delightful 17 degrees.
Is yoga equipment included?
No it isn't
Are there hairdryers?
We always advise to bring one with you if you need one.