The Blu Resort is a 4-star property perfect for who’s looking for a welcoming and neat atmosphere, in a calm location and right by the sea. It is only 12 km from Alghero, where you can enjoy its nice old town while strolling on the typical cobblestoned paths.
You can reach the beach crossing the courtyard. Umbrellas and loungers are included in the price (unassigned – first come first serve). Moreover, there are 2 pools (one with a separate children’s area), and a restaurant which serves a buffet-style breakfast and sit-down lunch and dinner. The bar also offers light lunch options.
The hotel offers 143 rooms, all recently renewed, that feature hairdryer, sat-TV, Wi-Fi, air conditioning, in-room safe, minibar, terrace (if on first floor) or balcony (if on second floor). The different room types are the following: sea view double room (1-2 adults + 1 crib, 14 sq.m.), garden view/partial sea view king room + 2 beds (4 adults, 24 sq.m.), garden view/partial sea view family room that has two separate areas, one with king size bed and the other with 2-3 beds, and two bathrooms (5 adults, 26 sq.m.)
Travel Package is sold by the tour operator DolomitiTours.
Alghero is also known as Riviera del Corallo or Sardinian Barceloneta… It has a lot of nicknames, each one conveying its typical characteristics: the sea and its history.
Alghero is the kind of destination that everyone will love. It’s a natural paradise, ideal for hiking enthusiasts, but also for who’s looking for relaxation, good food, history and culture. Visiting Alghero means feeling lost in an old village facing the northwest Sardinian sea, full of beaches and bays right below the cobblestoned paths and bastions of the old town.
Alghero is a must-see destination especially for its sea, its fascinating history and traditions, and its strong culinary culture.
Walking from the seafront towards the Alghero historic center is one of the first things to do. Alguer Vella is how the inhabitants call the historic center. It is a blur of cobblestoned small streets and Catalan-Aragonese style buildings, surrounded by the old city walls. Here you’ll be able to visit the cathedral, some museums, ice-cream shops, boutiques, restaurants, wine shops and much more offering typical and non-typical food.
What to do in Alghero that will make you want to stay there forever? Go swim at sunset in the ancient Baia delle Ninfe and let us know.
Punta Giglio and Capo Caccia basically embrace Porto Conte bay, offering a stunning landscape. It has big white cliffs carved by winds and sea waves and offers several walking paths also possible by mountain bike that will lead you up the cliff.
Climbing up the 700 steps of the Escala del Cabirol is a must-do in Alghero, especially if it’s your first time visiting it. However, if you like rock climbing, we suggest you do not lose the Via Ferrata Cabirol, to live a fascinating combination of sea and mountain.
Looking for something to do after a long day at the beach or an unforgettable visit at the Neptune’s Caves? No doubts, cocktails by the sea at sunset! It’s a perfect moment to relax with a view and to get to know your new Local Friends.