Spending New Year’s Eve 2016 in Sardinia: 5 things to do during the vacation

  • Published: 26-11-2015
  • Category: Events

New Year's Eve 2016 in Sardinia

We can say that Sardinia is a land with several (and beautiful) souls. Each of them would be to discover. And there are so many things to do during New Year’s Eve 2016. We have 5 ideas for you.

 

1. Alghero

The first idea is the twentieth edition of an event that is among the most awaited on the occasion of New Year’s Eve in Sardinia: the guest stars of Cap d’Any 2016, the New Year’s Eve in Alghero, will be Elio e le Storie Tese, famous Italian comedy rock/progressive rock band; they will perform a quarter of an hour after midnight, after the fireworks on the waterfront.

 

2. Relaxation

Why not spend a New Year’s Eve dedicated solely to relaxation, to restore spirit and body? In Sardinia there are several opportunities to enjoy spa holidays: recommended destinations are Sardara, Fordongianus, Benetutti, Casteldoria.

 

3. Olbia

Olbia is considered one of the most lively cities of Sardinia, especially during New Year’s Eve 2016. Traditionally, Olbia people await the arrival of the new year at the pier Brin among music, champagne and fireworks shows: for further information, visit Olbia municipality official website, Comune.olbia.ss.it.

 

4. Dance until dawn

For you, there is no New Year’s Eve without dancing in a large club/discotheque until dawn. If that’s the case, the recommended destinations for your New Year’s Eve 2016 in Sardinia are two: Cagliari and Olbia.

 

5. Cagliari

Even this year, Cagliari confirms the “Capodanno diffuso”. Several events will take place in the historic neighborhoods of the city: Piazza San Domenico in Villanova, the bastion of Santa Croce in Castello, Piazza Savoia at Marina, Piazza Yenne in Stampace (for further information, visit Cagliari municipality official website, Comune.cagliari.it).

 

Have you chosen your idea to spend New Year’s Eve 2016 in Sardinia? Now you have only one thing to do: book a ferry trip to Sardinia.

 

Image source: Flickr.com/photos/randomaze

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