The Ultima Spiaggia is a 4 star Camping Village located in Bari Sardo, on the east coast of Sardinia at the heart of Ogliastra.
The Camping Village is near to the sea and is surrounded by an unique and pure wild coast.
The Ultima Spiaggia camping site is the ideal destination for families, couples and for those who love to spend their holidays by the splendid and relaxing Sardinian sea. All that without give up fun, thanks to our fantastic animation team.
Though, the sea isn’t enough for a 4 star resort that is why we created four marvellous swimming pools with waterfalls and hydromassage.
Next to the pool there are the bar and the restaurant that will take care of you from breakfast to dinner and aperitifs as well.
On the other hand, if you prefer to cook your meals our grocery market opens every day to offer all you need to spend your holidays in complete autonomy.
The Ultima Spiaggia Camping Village offers you the opportunity to choose different housing solutions all fully furnished and with bathroom and kitchen.
Houses have different size for satisfying your needs. However if you are campers we have shaded campsites organised with barbeque, moreover there are free bathroom, showers and other facilities always clean and tidy.
You will be able to go on organised trips from the holiday resort, so you will be able to visit places that otherwise are unaccessible.
The Campeggio Ultima Spiaggia gives you the opportunity to spend your holiday time in different ways: playing sports, having fun or relax in a friendly environment surrounded by nature. It is all up top you.
The staff will take care of you with cordiality and professionalism. They are never invasive and they offer a high level service with various daily programs for your free time and that of your children.
Winner of the Italian Pool Award in 2014 after having been a great success according to users that voted us as the camping village with the most beautiful swimming pools in Italy.
The Campsite has direct access to a beautiful Sardinian coast beach. Consisting of dozens of metres of sand and several metres of small pebbles, finishing at the shore, that make the water extraordinarily transparent.