Next Stop – Sardinia!
Explore Sardinia’s enchanting natural phenomena as well as its majestic Mediterranean towns. One of the great things about Sardinia is that it feels like its ‘just the right size’. There’s always something amazing to discover – and you’ll leave feeling like a local. Here’s 10 stops you just can’t miss, or search your points of interest below!
A group of majestic islands in the straight of Bofinacio – on the north-east of Sardinia. From here you can see Corsica while you bathe in between numerous small islets.
An amazing mix of jewel colored water, silky white sand, historic sites and wildlife (spot dolphins and flamingos from the beach!). On the south of Sardinia, Baia Chia will give you that long desired vacation feel
A unique Sardinian town located 50km south of Alghero – relax on the beach and then wander up the Temo river to discover the thriving traditional culture of this charming city.
A stunning, world famous stalactite cave near the town of Alghero. Discovered by local fishermen only 300 years ago, it’s named after the Roman God of the Sea. A ‘must see’.
A historical fishing and resort town in the south-west of Sardinia, located on Isola di San Pietro (Saint Peter’s Island). The town still maintains its heritage language (Ligurian).
‘Emerald Coast’ – is home to some of the worlds most beautiful beaches. You can make this your first stop after your flight to Olbia, have a look at the superyachts in Porto Cervo.
A 19th century Bastion built on ancient city walls – currently there are cultural events and concerts, and an olive garden on the terrace! A tasty historical delight.
You’ll find a beautiful mix of history and holiday spirit in this seaside town. Visit Elephant’s Rock – one of the symbols of Sardinia, rent jetskii’s in the modern marina or visit Doria Castle (1102) & Palace.
This mysterious structure dates back to 1700BC, and is on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. It’s function is unknown to this day. It is considered the most impressive expression of the Nuragic civilization.
One of the deepest gorges in Europe, and the largest in Italy, Su Gorroppu gorge is a spectacular natural wonder. These limestone walls reach up to 450m high and have a freshwater reserve at their base. You can’t miss this.
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