What is the best time of the year to visit Sant’Antioco?
Visiting Sant’Antioco can be a pleasurable experience throughout the year: the buildings, culture and cuisine are always there. Most tourism in concentrated around the summer months or Christmas/New Year’s/Easter.
Are there restaurants near the apartment?
Indeed there is no lack of choice. One of the best restaurants is actually “Ristorante Zefiro” for its cuisine and romantic terrace overlooking the bay, “Rubiu Birrificio Artigianale” for its pizzas and craft beers and “Da Silvana” for his very good seafood at honest price!
What activities can I find in Sant’Antioco Island?
Here some examples: Mountain Biking, Cycling, Beach, Marina, Kayaking and Canoeing, Windsurfing and Kite Surfing, Sailing, Deep Sea Fishing…
Is there parkings nearby?
Parking and has never been a problem around the apartment.
*The near main street “Corso Vittorio Emanuele” and “Piazza Italia” are closed from 20:00 PM to the next morning.
Prior to departure, you must know that…
Documents and visas: No visa is required for the citizens of the European Union, the United States and Canada, only a valid passport with expiry not less than 6 months from the arrival date in the island.
Vaccinations: They are not needed.
Language: The official language is Italian, while Sardo is fairly diffused.
Tips: They are not compulsory but the custom is to give 10% tip.
Electric Power: The voltage is 220 Volts, with European plugs.
Sun lotions: High protection sun lotion are strongly suggested (min. 15 SPF), better if for total protection, chap sticks and after sun lotion. They can also be purchased locally.
Recommended reads: Sardinian author Grazia Deledda was the first woman to win the Nobel prize for literature in 1926. “Sea and Sardinia” is David Herbert Lawrence’s account of his trip to the island in 1921, and his love for the place.
Photographs: We suggest you to bring your camera or underwater camera in your baggage.