Summer Holiday in Sardinia

When you think of Sardinia, you inevitably think of gorgeous beaches with crystal clear waters. In fact, expansive, beautiful sandy beaches with names like 'Little Tahiti' are regularly voted into the world's top ten lists. Surrounded by beautiful little bays, the breathtaking nature of the Mediterranean Sea can be enjoyed to the fullest. If you are looking for a change from relaxing by the sea, you can explore the island by car or rent a bike and just go for a ride. Explorers can walk in historical footsteps and look at relics of the Bronze Age, while families especially appreciate the child-friendly activities on offer in the vacation region. Animation and pools with water slides make children's eyes sparkle, while adults experience true culinary delights while feasting on delicious food.


Cagliari, Alghero, Olbia... the list of euphonious cities and places worth seeing in Sardinia is long. Especially the small villages are said to be the soul of the island. Old houses with flower boxes on the windows, laundry drying over the winding alleys and nonnas cooking original Sardinian food - tradition is omnipresent and contributes significantly to the charm of the region. Relics of the past bear witness to Sardinia's long history: wall paintings, the Mediterranean Stonehenge, architectural and artistic treasures, and a multitude of monuments add up to a rich cultural offering waiting to be discovered.

The dreamlike backdrop of the sea complete with picturesque coastline and exotic-looking beaches is impressive not only by day - the sky over Sardinia is full of stars that paint a beautiful picture night after night. During the day, the many hours of sunshine ensure the perfect ripeness of fruits and vegetables. Viticulture is practiced on a large scale, as each region produces its own variety. The cuisine of Sardinia stands for endless pleasure and the identity of its inhabitants.

Falkensteiner Resort Capo Boi

Escape to the luxurious Capo Boi Premium Family Resort that captures the spirit of Sardinia. A paradise situated in the middle of a lush green park, surrounded by hills, with its own private white sandy beach and about 40 min drive away from Cagliari International Airport.  Inspired by Mediterranean architecture, all guest accommodations are wonderfully quiet and airy - the perfect ambience for families. 


Yoga at Falkensteiner Resort Capo Boi

Yoga or Private yoga session

Inhale our sardinian-energised air and forget your stressful habits with complimentary morning and afternoon classes, and private individual sessions (additional fee) designed to relax your body, clear your mind and restore your spirit.

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Open Air Fitness Class at Falkensteiner Resort Capo Boi

Open-air fitness

Enjoy complimentary morning and afternoon open-air fitness sessions with our personal trainer and maintain your workout regime! Furthermore, an indoor fitness room is at your disposal as perfect complement for your shape!

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Diving near Falkensteiner Resort Capo Boi

Diving Centre

The perfect diving holiday is within reach at our hotel. You may rent diving equipment directly at our hotel.

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Tennis at Falkensteiner Resort Capo Boi

Tennis Lovers

Take a break from water activities and practise your tennis skills or take lessons from our on-site instructor.

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Swimming near Falkensteiner Resort Capo Boi


Directly on the Capo Boi beach, you can rent boats, SUP, Canoas, windsurfing boards  and dinghies:

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Golf near Falkensteiner Resort Capo Boi

Tanka Golf

Just 2 km away from the resort is the 18-hole Tanka Golf & Country Club course. Opened in 2007,

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Local Attractions


For exploration lovers, it's time for snorkelling with all of the equipment provided on board.

Spirituosen von Sardinien

Out of all of Sardinia’s flavours, there is a special position reserved for its signature liqueur: il Mirto.


Cagliari is a melting-pot of cultures, sea, and sun, in natural surroundings like no other.

Nuraghe at Barumini

Su Nuraxi di Barumini is the Sardinian name of the best preserved large nuraghe on the Italian island of Sardinia.

Bastione of Saint Remy

The landmark of the city is the vibrant bastion in the historic quarter of Cagliari.