Budoni is of one the most popular holiday destinations in Sardinia. It’s a charming little town surrounded by green hills, long shores with white sand and gorgeous turquoise seawater: the perfect background to the history and traditions of this side of the Island.
Among the most wonderful beaches of the area is Cala Ottiolu, located near the small village of Porto Ottiolu, the perfect starting point to discover the beauties of the north-eastern part of the Island, such as the popular Tavolara Marine Protected Area. This side of the island gives windsurfers, snorkelers and scuba divers the possibility to explore the area and the wracks that sank offshore.
Budoni is not only a tourist destination for the charming beaches but also for its 22 villages, clear evidence of old settlements of the Nuragic age and the Roman domination, whose history and culture can still be seen in our Island thanks to the the Romanesque churches all around the town. Agrustos, called “ Augustus Populus” during the Roman time, is the most popular of these villages. Known in the past as the village of peasants and farmers, it became a well-known holiday destination for its unblemished nature and the wide range of tourist services.