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One week in Sardinia

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I'm planning a pre-baby escape with my boyfriend to Sardinia at the beginning of June and wondered if anyone out there had any suggestions. I'm normally up for lots of roaming around and sightseeing, but this holiday I think I just want some beautiful scenery, inviting water and good food. Perhaps hire a small boat for a day here, and there and plenty of relaxing.
We're going to fly to Olbia and hire a car.
From there the plan is very loose.
I'm thinking Golfo di Orosei for half the trip and either Golfo Aranci or La Maddalena for the rest. Is it reasonable just to do La Maddalena for a day trip or is it so lovely we'll find ourselves wishing we had stayed there?
Any thoughts, tips or suggestions of intimate hotels that are high on charm but not too outrageous on budget would be welcome.

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