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Sardinia’s bar scene

With our location set perfectly on the east coast of the island, Perdepera Beach Resort is the ideal hub to get out there and explore some of the eclectic Sardinian nightlife.

When you need to know where the best bars to visit are, what the locals drink, and what’s on offer for guests of the resort, let Mark Warner be your guide to the bar scene in Sardinia.

From sipping on Limoncello after dinner to having a cocktail by the pool, here’s everything to know about bars in Sardinia, and it all starts with what’s on offer at your resort.

Start with some drinks at San Lucianu Beach Resort

There are two bars at the resort. While the beach bar is where people like to hang out during the day, the main hotel bar is where you’ll want to be in the evening.

You can sit back around sunset, enjoy a well-deserved drink and have a la carte style dining with our chefs using the best local produce paired with fantastic Corsican wines.

There are two nights every week where we also have a barbecue on the go for something a little different.

Bars at Perdepera Beach Resort

Sun Lucianu Beach Resort does provide free evening childcare for parents to get some much-needed alone time at the hotel restaurant and bar. Free childcare runs from 7.30pm to 10.30pm (times may differ), on the provision that parents remain in the resort during that period.

You can find out more information on evening care for different age groups on our childcare page.

Sardinian drinking culture

Strong tastes and familiar names are what you’ll find on the menu in many bars.

Three drinks are seen as native to Sardinia:

  • Mirto
    • A very sweet liquor made from a flower grown on the island. It can come in red (made from berries) and white (made from leaves)
  • Limoncello
    • Although not entirely native, it’s the most familiar aperitif you’ll get after your dinner
  • Filu ‘e Ferru
    • Described by some as “burny water” this is a clear brandy made from grape pomace (that’s what is left after the juice) and has a very dry taste.

It’s customary to be offered any of these after your dinner for you to sip on slowly.

What cocktails should I try when in Sardinia?

If you love a bit of fizz, ask if a bar sells Bicicletta. It’s a simple cocktail of prosecco or white wine with soda water. Think of it as a simple spritzer with a lighter bite.

Aperol Spritz is popular as well.

What beer is popular in Sardinia?

We don’t know if it’s because of the ingredients used or the simple fact that beer will always be nice when the weather is this fantastic, but there’s nothing quite like being able to try out a local beer on holiday.

Ichnusa is the most popular beer in Sardinia and highly rated amongst beer aficionados.

Are there are any craft beer bars in Sardinia?

Just 6.5 miles away from Perdepera Beach Resort is Birrificio Lara, a craft beer brewery you can visit to see how they make their beers.

On the south of the island, Il Birrificio di Cagliari, Dry Hop Beer Risto Club and Pub La Scala (with its collection of board games) would be some of the hotspots for craft beer lovers to visit.

Are there any popular bars to watch the sunset in Sardinia?

Looking for that Instagram perfect sunset selfie with a cocktail in hand? Phi Beach is probably one of the most well-known, with a bar experience that is carved into the rocks on the shore. Mali Beach Bar nearby is also a good place to see the sun go down.

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