Relaxation and well-being in the heart of Sardinia
In the heart of the fertile Campidano region, Sardara has undergone an important development since the Palaeolithic period, as witnessed by the Nuragic sanctuary of Sant'Anastasia. Remains of the medieval and Renaissance village are still visible today, such as the church of San Gregorio Magno, the castle of Monreale, the sanctuary of Santa Maria de is Acuas and the 16th century statue of the Madonna.
But Sardara is best known for its thermal baths, popular since antiquity. Between the 2nd and 1st centuries BC, the Romans exploited the therapeutic waters in baths transformed into a modern facility at the end of the 19th century.
Immerse yourself in the pools, where water surfaces at a temperature between 50 and 68 degrees, and enjoy the beneficial properties of nature. The spa circuit, set in an 8-hectare park, is ideal for achieving psychophysical balance and leaving behind the anxieties of everyday life.
Once regenerated, set off from here on excursions to the most beautiful locations in South Sardinia, from Laconi to Sanluri, from the Mines of Montevecchio to the Dunes of Piscinas.