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That said, there is something for everyone in Sardinia, nightlife included. For a livelier evening, head to the cities: Olbia is best known for up-tempo revelry, whereas nights out in Sardinia’s capital, Cagliari, usually involve leisurely drinks at one of the pavement-side cafés along Via Roma, the main drag.
The Citadel area in Cagliari is becoming increasingly hip of late and is a good place to move on to later in the evening.
The more popular resort and hotel-laden coastal regions cater to an ever-increasing number of tourists. If you are looking for after-dark entertainment in Sardinia’s Costa Smeralda, for instance, you won’t have to look too hard for a delightful ‘sundowner’ spot.
Flavio Briatore’s upmarket nightclub Billionaire (Via Rocce sul Pevero, Porto Cervo) is the number one see-and-be-seen spot in Sardinia. For a more relaxed ambiance, try Atrium cocktail bar (Piazza Rudalza, 4) in Porto Rotondo, before heading out to Country Club (Via Ostro, 13), which has been known to attract world-famous DJs to its decks.
San Teodoro, just 60 kilometres (37 miles) south of Olbia, is one of the liveliest towns in Sardinia thanks to the popularity of the beaches close by and the well-established tourism industry in town. For cocktails and food, head to the classy Bal Harbour restaurant and beach bar (Via Stintino), which seems to be popular with everyone. And for clubbing, try the Luna Glam Club (Loc. Stirritoggiu).
The passeggiata is a tradition in Italy, and is proudly upheld in Sardinia. The premise is simple: families and groups of friends go for a stroll in the cool evening air. This often means congregating and socialising in a central place, such as along the shore in coastal towns, or perhaps in a pedestrianised town centre.
After the passeggiata, Sardinia’s nightlife scene moves to the street-side bars. The coastline of Sardinia is littered with waterfront bars and restaurants that are ideal for leisurely drinks and sunset viewing.