Introducing Sardinia

From its white sand beaches and crystal clear waters to the rugged Gennargentu mountain range and the blissful nature reserves of Asinara, every inch of this incredible island is raw and unspoiled. Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean and it’s perhaps Italy’s best kept secret for those who are not yet in the know. Located with Italy to its right and Spain to its left, it’s separated from the Italian mainland by a big chunk of Tyrrhenian Sea. Culture here is quintessentially Italian – top notch food, fine wine, friendly people and unbeatable hospitality – but Sardinians as islanders have their own very unique charm. Sardinians are known for their loving nature and wherever you end up on your Sardinian adventure, you’ll be met with warmth and kindness.

Highlights of Sardinia

Cagliari is Sardinia’s capital and it’s full of interesting sights including the Bastione San Remy, Torre dell'Elefante, Duomo and the Roman Amphitheater.
The delightful town of Alghero is best known for its beaches, caves, incredible history as well as its many churches and cathedral buildings.
This fantastic city is often overlooked for Costa Smeralda, but it’s very much worth your time if you love history and architecture as well as secluded beach spots.
La Maddalena
This stunning island off the coast of Sardinia is a beach lover’s paradise. There are as number of camping sites and sailing is a popular activity here.
Costa Smeralda
Costa Smeralda is one of the most popular destinations in Sardinia and it’s a great place to come if you want serviced beaches, shopping and nightlife.

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