Stunning coast, rugged interior, magical fishing villages & the vibrant capital of Cagliari - Sardinia is pure escapism, an island that offers so much for meeting & incentive events.


Offering the emerald waters of the southern Mediterranean, along with the famous Italian culture and cuisine, Sardinia is a gem, shimmering in the heart of the Med.

The coastal coves are staggering in their colours, the interior is wild & mountainous and the capital city, a bustling metropolis with a busy waterfront, historic quarter and wonderful suburban beaches.

The international airport at Cagliari brings clients to within minutes of the riches of the capital and just a short transfer to the stunning resorts in the southern part of Sardinia.

Event planners looking for a remarkable corporate meeting or incentive event location can immerse themselves in style, scenery and action on this incredible island.


Facts & figures

  • Population: 1.6m
  • June ave. temp. 22°C
  • September ave. temp. 22°C

Airport transfers

  • Cagliari | 5 miles
  • Villasimius | 36 miles
  • Pula | 23 miles
  • Iglesias | 34 miles


  • Cagliari
  • Wine tours
  • Museums
  • Fine dining
  • Art galleries


  • Segway tours
  • SUP
  • Golf
  • Sailing
  • Diving / snorkelling
  • Coasteering
  • Canyoning


The second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and boasting around 2000km of stunning coastline, Sardinia hosts numerous coastal towns and resorts. Inland the island rises to over 1800m and has 4 small ski resorts on its towering peaks.

The south of the island is dominated by the capital, Cagliari, but in its locality are resorts such as Villasimius to the east and Pula to the south. Both destinations offer golden sand, turquoise waters and interesting towns, all just a short transfer from the airport.

At the opposite end of Sardinia lies the coastal city of Olbia with its historic sites, airport and port. Olbia serves the north eastern part of Sardinia with its endless, glorious coves and inlets. From Cagliari airport it is around 3 and a half hours to reach the northernmost areas of Sardinia.

This access means many corporate events tend to locate in the south of the island. For a stark contrast to the emerald waters of the coast, the mountainous interior can be reached from Cagliari in around 90 minutes, offering great activities, incredible scenery and wonderful villages. Olbia airport in the north is the gateway to the northern regions.


The capital city of Cagliari sits on the coast in south Sardinia, with a port on the southern shore and an airport just 5 miles to the north. With a population of around 150 000, the university city is the economic and cultural hub of the Sardinia. The waterfront is made up of boulevards, a marina and docks which welcome cruise ships.

To the east of the centre, there is a wonderful suburban beach community with white sands, beach-front restaurants and bars and surfing waves. There are wetlands on each side of the city and Cagliari is famed for its colonies of flamingos. 

Moving back from the waterfront of Cagliari, the city rises, offering a series of vantage points and terraces that host, shops, bars and restaurants. The views over the city rooftops and onto the Mediterranean Sea are fantastic. Visitors to Cagliari are sure to venture to the Bastione di Saint Remy, the most popular part of the city.

The area offers superb views over the city, the Mediterranean Sea and the nearby Cathedral. This historic part of Cagliari is a labyrinth of streets and passages with fascinating art studios, private houses and entertainment.


Stand up paddling

Explore the emerald waters off the coast of Sardinia on a stand up paddle board.

Person jumping down a waterfall during a canyoning event.


Navigate the narrow river beds in the interior of Sardinia.

Person jumping off a cliff into the sea whilst coasteering in Mallorca, Spain.


The only way to truly appreciate the stunning coast of Sardinia - coasteering.


Sardinia is a gourmand’s dream, with fish-rich waters around the island, influencing the Sardinian cuisine. Combine this with the renowned Italian kitchen and Sardinian cuisine is something quite special.

There are 6 Michelin starred restaurants in Cagliari alone, with numerous others spread across the island. Dining for large corporate events is possible in restaurants, in event venues and in the coastal resort hotels.

To wash down the glorious food, Sardinia is famed for its wine production and there are some fantastic vineyards producing wine. Sardinia is also renowned for its liqueurs of Mirto and Limoncello, whilst Brandy is also a speciality.

Wine tours throughout Sardinia are available, offering sensational food and wine experiences.


Cagliari is the entertainment centre of Sardinia and there are bars and clubs across the capital city and the historic centre. There are beach bars located in the east of Cagliari and waterfront bars around the marina in the heart of Cagliari.

Boat charters are possible from Cagliari for sunset drinks whilst the elevated terraces around the Old Town of Cagliari are a special place for an evening drink and dining experience.

Away from the cities there are many beachfront resorts dotting the 2000km coastline of Sardinia, which offer a different nightlife experience than Cagliari. Think beach clubs, pool bars and exclusive terraces for drinks and canapés.

The settings are often incredible, and the service quality can be wonderfully Italian.


For corporate summer events that have a meeting & seminar focus, there is a dedicated congress centre located just back from the marina in central Cagliari. The congress centre offers professional services as well as a range of meeting and exhibition spaces.

There are also hotels in Cagliari, including design hotels, which offer professional meeting facilities within their confines.

Outside of Cagliari, there are a wide range of congress hotels offering meeting & incentive services, including professional meeting spaces for clients. As well as these services, many of the hotels are located in stunning locations offering sensational break-out spaces, with a backdrop of the emerald waters of the Mediterranean Sea.


Cagliari is the cultural and entertainment hub of Sardinia and its location on the southern coast offers some remarkable vistas over the Mediterranean Sea.


Ships dock, flamingos fly overhead and the city buzzes with activity. After sampling the delights of Cagliari, it is easy to reach deserted bays and resorts on the east or south coast.

  • Skyline of Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy.

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