Camping Village Sa Prama

A natural oasis of relaxation and adventure

The Sa Prama Campsite is located 11 km north of Orosei, immersed in an enchanting bay and extends over 20,000 m2.

This corner of paradise, protected from the winds, offers white sandy beaches, but also evocative cliffs and an uncontaminated crystal-clear sea.

The campsite is located in the heart of the Orosei Gulf marine park, just 1 km from the Bidderosa Natural Park, making it the ideal place for lovers of nature, wellness and clean sea.

You’ll have the opportunity to explore the most fascinating areas of Sardinia, like the Gola di Gorropu, Su Gologone and the Gennargentu massif.

We’re waiting for you for a happy and comfortable stay in the real Sardinia, hospitable and immersed in its natural beauty.


scents of freedom and nature


for those looking for a practical and welcoming solution

Restaurant & Bar

Taste and relaxation

The Camping Sa Prama restaurant is the ideal destination for those who want to enjoy delicious and authentic dishes in a welcoming environment.

So many good reasons to discover our campsite

Find everything you'll need for your holiday


Kids' playground

Where your little ones can have fun outfoors


Market and Gastronomy

For a more convenient and worry-free holiday


Pets allowed

Take your 4-legged friend with you

The beauty of nature just a stone's throw away…

To discover the heart of Sardinia

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Feast of Saint Anthony the Abbot

One of the festivals in which a strong social and ritual impact is most evident, linked to the preparation and lighting of a large bonfire in honour of the saint.
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Feast of Saint Isidore

A very simple procession which takes place on 15th May (or the nearest Sunday) in honor of Saint Isidore the Farmer, whose statue is in the Church of the Graces.
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Feast of Saint Mary of the Sea

A unique anniversary, one which is deeply cherished by believers and has been repeated for over 40 years. One of the most evocative of Sardinia, in honour of Our Lady of the Sea, which starts from the San Giacomo Church.