Little gem on the northeastern coast of Sardinia
La nostra scelta tra i migliori hotel della zona
Budoni is a town nestled near small inlets, fascinating cliffs, long beaches made up of impalpable white sand and crystal clear sea. Its territory also includes small brackish ponds, where the typical vegetation of tamarisk and rushes lives and where colonies of pink flamingos are stationed. There is no shortage of interesting archaeological sites, distributed in the crown of hills that frame the town, bordered by a thick pine forest of Mediterranean scrub.
1. Visit to the Nuraghe Su Entosu, a single tower that performed the function of lookout, located on a granite peak; the Conca and Bentu nuraghe and the domus de jana l'Agliola in the hamlet of Solità.
2. Tour Stazzi di San Pietro, old houses built in local stone, mud and mortar; the interiors are brightly decorated and it is possible to see on the facade of each house the characteristic stone and mud plinth that gives the traveler the opportunity to immerse himself completely in the knowledge of the ancient Sardinian village.
3. Nightlife with numerous clubs, discos and meeting places that make the evening life particularly mundane and fun in every season of the year
4. Festivals and holidays celebrated throughout the year. On January 17, the feast of Sant'Antonio Abate is celebrated, with a bonfire lighting festival and wine tasting, symbols of cooperation and socialization between peoples. In February, however, the Carnival, with a parade of floats and distribution of tasty pancakes, in addition to the traditional favata. On Easter Sunday, the celebration of the S'Incontru rite, with the departure, from two different locations, of two different groups that will reunite in front of the parish church, thus recalling the evangelical encounter between the Madonna and the Risen Christ . In June, the feast dedicated to St. John the Baptist takes place where the typical "origliette", fried and seasoned with honey, are prepared.