Tiliguerta is a 4-star camping village
in capo Ferrato
, in South-East Sardinia
. Surrounded by a eucalyptus and pine forest the camping overlooks the marvelous and well-known beach of Costa Rei
, considered to be the world’s fifth most beautiful by Lonely Planet.
The word “tiliguerta”
means lizard in Sardinian and Latin: specifically, it is a living fossil that has grown unchanged for millions of years, solely in Sardinia and Corsica, in a perfect ecosystem
. The lizard as a symbol – that loves the sun – reaffirms the strong relation with the land and nature, and the structure is situated inside a permanent wildlife oasis
where pink flamingos nest and various species of birds and other animals can be found.
The camping village has bungalows, mobile homes “Comfort” line and Tili suites besides many spacious and well-shaded pitches
for camper vans
. Around the central square there is a pizzeria-restaurant, bar, supermarket, convention center and a spacey terrace for the holistic treatments
. A large outdoor arena is dedicated entirely to the entertainment and involvement of guests. By our beach, the sailing and windsurf school
organizes courses for adults and children. The beach is equipped
and within it it hosts a Dog Beach
too, an area entirely devoted to our four-legged friends that are welcome of every race, dimension and size
Tiliguerta’s philosophy is based on Well-being in its broadest sense
, intended as the wellness of each aspect or the Being: physical, mental, spiritual and emotional. A rich program of entertainment, sports, guided tours and Ayurveda treatments accompanies those guests who wish to fully immerse themselves in Nature.
Tiliguerta is located in Capo Ferrato
halfway between Muravera
, very close to the villages of Castiadas, Villaputzu
and San Vito
. All centers full of events and attractions, mainly during summer time, and easily reached by shuttle service or private car.
Tiliguerta is committed to promoting responsible and eco-friendly tourism
that respects the environment, the local community and economy, in full awareness that
this has now become an essential requisite. Read more! Click here
it looks like seaweed
Walking along the shore, especially after a sea storm, on the beach of Tiliguerta you may encounter the Posidonia Oceanica which, despite what some might think, it’s not seaweed…
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