The Best Spas in Sardinia

Sardinia has long been the choice of visitors looking to get away from it all and relax. The island is blessed with amazing natural landscapes, several thalassotherapy pools, and an even greater choice of spas. It can be a challenge to sort through all the choices available. If you want to find out what the best spas in Sardinia are, keep reading for our picks.

Villa Las Tronas

For scenic sea views, privacy, and delicious food, the five-star Villa Las Tronas in Alghero is a top choice. It’s set on a secluded clifftop, with the land falling away to rocky outcrops and blue waters below. Facilities include hydro massage, a hammam, Kneipp walkway and spa treatments. The heated swimming pool has cross-current swimming to keep you on your toes.

Acquaforte Thalasso Spa

This tropical garden paradise looks like something out a fairytale. Yet the thalassotherapy pools set in the garden are completely real, with powerful jets that are sure to massage you into bliss. The spa is especially popular with athletes, who appreciate the massage benefits even more than everyone else. In addition to exercise and zero-gravity yoga, there’s also a number of facial therapies to keep you looking your best. The Forte Village area that the hotel and spa is set in is full of sports facilities, nightclubs and bars if you want other activities.

Valle dell’Erica Resort Thalasso and Spa

The Thalasso spa at the five-star Valle dell’Erica Resort is huge. It contains four seawater pools, a relaxation area, sauna, as well as a hammam. The cost is not extravagant at all for what it offers. It’s open to non-hotel guests as well. You reach the spa via a mountain path, and once you get there your backdrop is dramatic Sardinian granite rock and the magnificent seascape.

Sardegna Termale Hotel and Spa

A down to earth choice for spa-goers, the Sardegna Termale Hotel and spa is a perfect place to retreat from the world. The property has pools both indoors and outdoors to guarantee that no matter the weather you can take a relaxing swim. The spa here is the essence of simplicity and doesn’t have many frills. After all, since the spot is lucky enough to have naturally warm thermal waters, most people don’t need much else.

The waters, which have for centuries been a sanctuary for visitors, are full of minerals such as magnesium and calcium. Many people believe that a dip in them is beneficial for both the mind and body. There are also spa treatments on offer, such as mud wraps for those who need some extra pampering. However, many guests enjoy simply relaxing in the baths and letting the warm waters ease their muscles and melt their stress away.

Hopefully, this article has got you inspired and now you have some ideas about which spa is right for you.

Why not book a spa getaway today so that you can experience the wonders of Sardinia for yourself?