Budoni is a well-known tourist destination in Sardinia, a charming little town surrounded by green hills, long white sandy shores and a wonderful turquoise sea, all of which acts as a backdrop to the history and local traditions of this part of the island.
Among the wonders of the area is Cala Ottiolu, that stands close to the renowned tourist harbor, Porto Ottiolu is well known for the bright colors of the sea. This fascinating little port is famous for being a good sailing point to reach the Marine Park of Tavolara and other beautiful attractions, where water sport enthusiasts can visit historical artifacts, sunken ships and admire several marine species.
In addition to the numerous bays, Budoni is surrounded by more than 20 small villages, that were found during the Bronze age and then conquered by the Romans. The little Romanesque churches, that were spread out over the surrounding area, are symbols of the culture and the long history of Sardinia. Among them, the most well known is surely Agrustos, called during the Roman age “Augustus Populus” and inhabited mainly by farmers and shepherds. Today Agrustos is appreciated for the untamed nature and the several tourist services and activities that can be found on site.