A little gem of the Baronie area on the north-eastern coast of Sardinia, the town of Budoni lies close to small coves, fascinating cliffs and long beaches of fine white sand.

Its favourable geographical position is also home to small brackish lagoons, where you can find the typical ‘tamerici’ plants, reeds and colonies of pink flamingos. The settlement is arranged around the church of San Giovanni Battista, the village parish, dating back to 1969. An interesting place to visit is the Museum of Stazzo located in the centre of the village.
There are many reasons to visit Budoni: enchanting scenic landscapes which combine green hills and deep blue sea; the stunningly pristine beaches; the quality of the welcome programme; and the complex range of events on offer.
Budoni is famous for its nightlife. Home to many nightclubs, discos and bars, the nightlife here is particularly sophisticated and entertaining, no matter what time of year.


Budoni’s beaches

Amongst the most beautiful beaches of Budoni, having earned its name for a reason, is Cala Budoni (Budoni Cove), a few hundred metres from the village. It is a beach with fine white sand, 4 kilometres long, that stretches from Punta Li Cucutti to Punta Porto Ainu, taking on different names depending on the area: Li Salineddi, Salamaghe, Lido del Sole, Sa Capannizza.
And what is more, Porto Ainu beach and St. Anne’s beach enjoy the most picturesque of landscapes, looking onto a small island.


Porto Ottiolu

Also of great significance is the port of Ottiolu, with more than 400 berths, equipped with numerous amenities and an ideal starting point for a short cruise to discover the magnificent coves of the coast.



A few kilometres from the residence there is the beautiful old town of Posada, home to Fava Castle, which boasts beautiful beaches awarded 5 stars for the past several years and is one of the most beautiful towns in Italy.


La Caletta

Always close by is Calletta harbour with its beautiful night-lit promenade enriched by a multi-ethnic market throughout the summer (July-August). There are daily ferries that give you the opportunity to tour the magnificent Gulf of Orosei (Cala Luna, Cala mariolu etc. Nearby you can visit and learn about various archaeological sites like Nuraghe San Pietro, Domus De Janas, Tombs of the Giants etc. and appreciate the beauty of our traditions in the neighbouring villages by participating in events that are currently held almost weekly.