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Forte Village is a huge resort approx 40 mins by road from Cagliari airport, Sardinia’s international airport, with 8 hotels, 3 villa’s (3 more being built due to finished summer 2015) and 44 Exclusive Suites and 21 restaurants. With an unlimited range of activities and fun things to do, exciting top-level sports, and the most sophisticated cuisine. Whilst during peak summer time (July & August) the resort is purely for leisure guests, corporate guests can take advantage of the shoulder months of May/June and September/October to run their events whilst the weather is still blooming. Some of the hotels have sea views, others open out onto tropical gardens. Some have a terrace or balcony, others feature a garden patio. Some are near the beach, others are near the spa. Whether you have a large meeting of over 500+ or a small meeting of 40, Forte Village can cater for all events with over 20 conference rooms in the congress centre and the largest can host up to 1000 participants. They also have 45 syndicate rooms ranging from 8 to 35 participants.
Your coaches will be stars from the sporting world, your à la carte meals will be prepared by internationally renowned chefs, there are bars and restaurants with spectacular views, the Sardinian sun that shines almost 300 days a year, and you can relax and take care of your well being at the Thalasso del Forte spa, one of the “Leading Spas of the World”. It’s pure paradise, which caters for 4 & 5 star guests and all just a few minutes from Cagliari airport.
Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean, lying west of the Italian mainland and south of France and Corsica, yet it can be reached by a mere 2 hour flight from the UK and under 2 hours from Rome, Paris and Milan. British airways have just recently started a new route from Gatwick airport to Cagliari which couldn't be simpler. During off-peak season the airport at Sardinia is a pleasure to arrive and depart with hardly anyone around, very rare for any airport these days. You can find Sardinian festivals (gastronomic, religious and cultural) all year round, but September and October are the best months to enjoy them in full. The weather is still very nice and you can experience the thrill of being surrounded only by locals, and this makes the interactions much easier.