The Ladybug’s favorite Island #3: a long non-vintage weekend in Sardinia

Mari Pintau

Mari Pintau

How good are those unplanned holidays that start with a call from a friend saying: “Hi, do you have a couple of days off in September for a long weekend in Sardinia?”

You can’t say no because you are already over excited thinking that when your summer holidays end and you have to go back to work, you still have a long weekend of peace and sea with your adorable friend doing nothing but swimming, tanning, reading and eating in one of the most beautiful places on earth!

Sardinia in September is just perfect: it is still warm and sunny (we were very lucky indeed!) but it is not crowded as it may be in August and it is so relaxed and peaceful.

It wasn’t my first time in Sardinia, I went there many years ago in the same area that I visited this year (Villasimius) and it was a pleasure to see again the people and places I loved years ago.

Mari Pintau. Bloody Edith striped tee, Please trousers, New Balance sneakers

Mari Pintau. Bloody Edith striped tee, Please trousers, New Balance sneakers

Punta Molentis (Bikini Miss Bikini)

Punta Molentis (Bikini Miss Bikini)

No need to tell you about the incredible turquoise color of the sea, the softness of the sand and the breathtaking sights as Sardinia is already famous all over the world for these things. We ate the best fish and cakes and we enjoyed full days at the beach eating Sardinian cheese and bread, reading, swimming and snorkeling. I couldn’t be happier than that!

Unfortunately this was my very final summer holiday but I came back super relaxed, happy, tanned and of course fatter…but you can’t refuse all the great things that this amazing island has to offer!

More posts from Sardinia next week! Stay tuned!

Sinequanone dress, Zara bag, Fiori Francesi ankle boots

Sinequanone dress, Zara bag, Fiori Francesi ankle boots

Mari Pintau

Mari Pintau

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