Food and drink
For most families a buffet is a brilliantly convenient option and no more so than at Baia dei Mori Beachclub. The food caters for all tastes with plenty of familiar favourites that are just perfect for children with shy taste buds! There’s plenty of local dishes to try too, so kids who are willing to be adventurous with their food have a wide range of new flavours open to them.
With a club board menu (breakfast and lunch every day plus four evening meals) you’re encouraged to explore the local restaurants on non-inclusive meal nights. The Sardinians can’t resist children (bambini) and kids are made to feel welcome in restaurants and cafés, eating out is a pretty relaxed affair. You’ll find that very few restaurants have high chairs, so if you need one remember to bring your travel one with you or sit your toddlers on your lap. You’ll also find few places have baby changing facilities.
Food choices are pretty easy, I don’t know any child who doesn’t like the Italian staples of pizza and pasta, so they will be in food heaven here. Almost always on the table will be found carasau, also known as "carta musica' (sheet music) a traditional flatbread which is a fantastic finger food for children. And the Italians are rightly famous for Gelato (ice cream), so that’s dessert sorted!
There's two local restaurants within walking distance of the beachclub, one is situated on a hill with spectacular views across the bay, it's open for lunch and dinner. There isn't a children's menu but you'll always be able to get a bowl of pasta and in the evening they fired up the wood burning pizza oven. The other is hidden amongst pine trees that border the shore, again there's no specific kids menu, but there's a playground or the beach to keep them entertained.