Sardinia

  • A scenic boat ride in the archipelago is not the only activity that you can enjoy if you are vacationing on the Island of La Maddalena. In addition to its beautiful beaches and breathtaking scenery, there are several things to do and see on this island of Sardinia.

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    Things to see and do on the Island of La Maddalena
  • Spiaggia del Principe (Prince Beach) is a beautiful corner of nature considered among the most beautiful of the Emerald Coast (Costa Smeralda), along the north-eastern part of Sardinia. It's a great arc of fine sand bordered by rocks and surrounded by the Maquis shrubland, divided into two parts by a group of rocks that emerges on the shoreline.

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    Spiaggia del Principe in Emerald Coast: a mosaic of colors
  • Neptune's Grotto in Alghero is considered one of the most fascinating tourist attractions in Sardinia and the Mediterranean Sea. Situated in the northwestern side of the promontory of Capo Caccia, it is about 4 km long, but the public can view only a few hundred meters (just 580 m).

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    Neptune’s Grotto in Alghero, a marvel of the Mediterranean Sea
  • Showcase of landscapes unmatched in Europe, this area was defined by the great French naturalist Jacques Cousteau as one of the most beautiful corners in the Mediterranean Sea. The Regional Park of Porto Conte only affects the terrestrial areas, while the caves in the area of Capo Caccia are in the homonymous marine protected area.

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    The Regional Park of Porto Conte, in Alghero, and the marine area of Capo Caccia
  • One color to define Sardinia? Impossible not to choose blue. Blue is the color of the sky and the sea, the elements surrounding this beautiful island and making it unforgettable for those who live there or just visit this place for a few days. However, as Vincent Van Gogh said, "There is no blue without yellow and orange", and no sentence is more telling than this one to describe the colors that dominate the long Sardinian summer.

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    Sardinia: the blue colors of the sea and the sky merge together
  • For those who love to spend the holidays in Sardinia's most popular coastal resorts, like celebrities do, Barbagia is definitely an area of ​​little interest in this island. Yet, this rugged and mountainous region that stretches on the Gennargentu’s sides, between the provinces of Nuoro and Ogliastra, holds a savage and particularly fascinating charm. It's a territory to discover, where customs and traditions, together with the untouched nature, have characterized and differentiated the lives of its people for millennia.

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    Barbagia in Sardinia: towns and places to see
  • The village of Tiscali is an archaeological site located in Sardinia, in the municipality of Oliena and Dorgali. More precisely, it is located on Mount Tiscali, a small mountain 518 meters high, on top of which is a sinkhole. The village was built during the Nuragic Age (XV/XIV - IX/VIII century BC), although its origin is shrouded in mystery, because it appears to be very different from the other nuragic buildings.

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    Village of Tiscali in Sardinia, an archaeological site to visit