Unfortunately, not all visitors of this Italian island know about the existence of some Sardinian clubs, which differ in range and styles. So let's visit some Sardinia clubs and discover what's hot and what's not!
Sardinia is very protective of its ancient traditions; over the centuries this island has been able to preserve its old gastronomic customs. And Sardinia clubs bear the character of the whole island - diversity of tastes, and opportunities.
Cagliari - This is the capital of Sardinia and is home to the most lively nightlife scene. There are a wide range of bars and clubs to choose from, catering to all tastes and needs. A string of Sardinia clubs and bars are found along Poetto, this is a great place to start off a pub crawling evening.
Sardinia clubs, as well as many others differ by the public visiting them. Most open for a season only, or for exclusive members of some special club (yacht clubs, for example). If you want to fit in with the rest of the clientele of such Sardinia clubs, speak very loudly about how many "regattas" you've won this year, and how long it took you to get round Cape Horn. There are so -called billion Sardinia clubs, but the chances of getting in are very small (unless your dads a millionaire and owns a boat on the harbor).
Boa Goa, located in Oristano is known as the smartest of all Sardinia clubs. Dj's play a wide range of all the latest dance music. This is one of the best night Sardinia clubs and is very popular with a younger crowd of locals and tourists. This is the place to go if you're looking for a wild party, lasting into the early hours of the morning.
In Fabannain La Maddalena there is not much to do, except to have a walk around, enjoying an ice-cream or granite. It is still very pleasant (also because we were always exhausted at the end of the day!)
If your intentions are just to relax a bit in a free and familiar atmosphere, we offer you visit several most popular among all Sardinia clubs. One of them is the Lord Nelson Pub. This English-style pub is one of the best in town, and is very popular with tourists.
Seems that it is the only of Sardinia clubs in Porto Cervo marina, which can be found open even in the small hours. In late September, when the season is over, this is probably the best drinking of Sardinia clubs around the marina. Moreover, the there doesn't fade for a minute.
This bar is basically marketed as an English pub, complete with a darts board and an authentic "stale beer in carpet" smell. The thing is that English drinkers in the UK have long preferred the Mediterranean style of Sardinia clubs because of the infinitely more evolved form of the British boozer.
Expect the place to be empty until about 11pm. They serve a wide range of beers; wines; and spirits, and the prices are very reasonable. This is a great place to relax, have a few drinks and chat with fellow tourists. Drinks fairly cheap for the area - something about 4 euros for a beer. They cater very well to English speaking tourists. The food and drinks are excellent and reasonably priced.
A strange thing - most of the Sardinia clubs are filled with men, we do not have any idea why.