Budoni is located in north-east of Sardinia, situated between the two municipalities of San Teodoro and Posada north to south, along the SS 125, the long thoroughfare that runs along the eastern part of Sardinia from Cagliari to Olbia, Budoni is primarily a resort.
To get there from the south take the Eastern Sardinian is discouraged, unless you want to venture arm of patience and a long journey full of steps and long distances between inhabited places where there are no urban settlement, including landscapes or less diverse and certainly suggestive.
Arriving from Cagliari is much better to take the SS131 to Abbassanta, then turning right towards Nuoro, continuing into the 131 bis, to Budoni.
The territory of Budoni belongs to the province of Olbia-Tempio.
It includes 18 km of coastline along the Tyrrhenian Sea, allow Budoni marvelous landscapes, beautiful sandy beaches and surrounded by walls of rock. The closest is that of the country, only 300 meters. It ‘a characteristic rocky cove with a beautiful surrounding pine forest and transparent sea bed alternating between sand and rocks, small rocks, stones near the shore.
Other very frequented beaches are those on the coast of Puerto Ottiolu from parking areas, bars, services, rental of surfing and pedal boats. Ottiolu is a port-equipped, well-equipped with 445 berths.
Summer Budoni is a popular seaside destination that receives about 70,000 people.
The beauty of its landscapes, its transparent, turquoise-colored sea bottom in 1998, beat the world record for free diving, and special attention paid to the needs of tourists have made this town of only 4000 inhabitants d ‘Winter, one of the most sought after vacation spots.
Sardinia is not just the sea, is situated on a flat area and the rest of the territory is mainly hilly and sparsely populated, except for small fractions, were born in the last century with the phenomenon of residential tonnage. The life and traditions associated with this type of settlements are related folk events that take place in the summers of Budoni.