On April 11, Chia Laguna Resort in Sardinia will start its new season. It's located on the south coast of the island and is known for its beautiful natural setting. This year, the resort is adding new activities and services for a fun and active holiday.

Sardinia's Chia Laguna Resort Unveils Exciting New Services for 2024 Season
Chia Laguna Resort - Hotel Village
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Sardinia's Chia Laguna Resort Opens with New Features

Chia Laguna Resort is already a favorite place for those who like to stay active during their vacations. This year, they are offering more events and activities. Guests can enjoy beach volleyball, padel, tennis, horse riding, mountain biking, and walking tours. There are also new sports academies where famous coaches will teach football, basketball, fencing, dance, padel, and yoga.

Food lovers will have new dining options to try. As per Breaking Travel News, Le Dune restaurant will introduce a new après-beach snack time, and Osteria La Torre will have a new menu with seafood and live cooking. There's also a new restaurant called Flow Restaurant & Lounge, which will serve sushi and have a lounge with live music.

The Conrad Chia Laguna Sardinia hotel, part of the resort, is adding new beach cabanas for a private and luxurious beach experience. These cabanas come with comfortable seating, sunbeds, and a service for drinks and snacks. The resort's spa and pool have been upgraded for a better relaxation experience.

Families visiting the Hotel Village inside Chia Laguna will find a new and improved Kids Club. It offers fun and educational activities for children, and the main square of the resort has been updated for evening entertainment.

For adults, the Baia di Chia Resort Sardinia is now an adults-only hotel. It has a new look and offers special areas for adults to relax, including new beach and poolside cabanas. There's a new pathway called 'Stairway to Nature' for guests to enjoy the views, and E-bikes are available for exploring.

Chia Laguna Resort in Sardinia is ready for the 2024 season with its new offerings for guests of all ages, making it a perfect spot for a holiday filled with activities, relaxation, and beautiful scenery.

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Sardinia Launches 500km Historical Trail for Young Explorers

The autonomous region of Sardinia has introduced a unique 500km trail, known as the Cammino Minerario di Santa Barbara, aimed at showcasing the island's rich historical and cultural heritage. This initiative seeks to attract young tourists under 35 by offering them nearly free accommodation at local hotels and B&Bs along the route, in exchange for symbolic donations.

Spanning from the medieval town of Iglesias to the mining town of Bacu Abis, the trail encompasses 30 stops across southwestern Sardinia, including breathtaking natural wonders such as the crystalline seas of Sant'Antioco, the dense forests of Marganai, the white dunes of Piscinas, and the spectacular Is Zuddas caves. Express shared that the route also passes through evocative abandoned mines, ghost villages, and ancient railways, highlighting the island's significant contribution to the metal needs of Italy during the 19th century Industrial Revolution.

Central to the trail's theme is the tradition and folklore surrounding Saint Barbara, the patron saint of miners, with churches dedicated to her scattered along the path. This project not only offers an unforgettable journey through Sardinia's scenic landscapes but also aims to educate visitors on the historical routes used by miners, incorporating old mule tracks and railways used for transporting minerals.

The Cammino Minerario di Santa Barbara represents a significant effort by Sardinia to promote tourism while preserving and celebrating its historical and natural assets.

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