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During your stay in Sardinia you can enjoy lots of different activities such as outdoor sports, water sports, walking and cultural excursions.
Sardinia is perfect for bikers: uncongested country roads, coastal routes and idyllic pastoral tracks inland are great fun – and car drivers are generally very considerate of bikers, too. There are around 1,000 km of uphill, downhill and coastal routes just waiting to be discovered.
Sardinia’s past not only lies in its nature amidst maquis and sea, but also in its countless cultural sites: excavations, Neolithic traces, mysterious fairy tombs, towers and the remains of villages built by the Nuragic civilisation, Carthaginians and Romans not only amaze archaeologists.
Sardinia’s underwater world is just as diverse and varied as its island scenery. Every year diving fans are lured to Sardinia by its striking coastlines, translucent water, abundant sunshine, sunken Roman galleys, rugged rocks and rare shells. Almost a hundred ship wrecks lie deep under the waters of Villasimius. Not far
Golfing in Sardinia means impeccably maintained courses against stunning backdrops that attract golfers from all over the world: Is Molas offers the international elite unrivalled views of the sea and the Roman ruins of Nora, whilst Il Pevero is based on an idea of Aga Khan. Wherever you choose, the greens of Sardinia are some of the best in the Mediterranean, for players of all levels. Golf schools and courses make sure beginners quickly get the hang of it whilst those already familiar with the game can hone their skills. After all, there’s surely nowhere more beautiful than La Paradisola to learn this sport!
Those keen to hike in Sardinia are spoilt for choice - whether in the mountains or along the paradisical coast. After all, despite reasonably well-signposted routes, there’s a treasure trove of discoveries along the way. From the wild, rugged Supramonte massif to the rolling, forested hills of Gennargentu. Set off now!
Discover Sardinia on horseback: guided tours on horseback or a romantic trot along kilometres of beautiful beaches or through the wild maquis - an intense and unforgettable way to explore the island with one of Europe’s last herds of wild horses.
A boat excursion along the Sardinian coast is always a memorable experience. Among the lovely destinations awaiting visitors are the legendary Costa Rei, the dramatic cliffs at Villasmius (which is also a marine conservation area) and the offshore islands of Cavoli and Sepentera whose splendor can be admired from the beach on
A good day out on the water with the sound of rippling sails induces feelings of freedom and adventure in a wide open space. Although Sardinia’s coastline is an extraordinary sailing destination with hundreds of secluded coves, picture-book beaches and dramatic rock formations, it remains surprisingly anonymous.
Sardinia is a paradise for kitesurfers and windsurfers - thanks to 2000 kilometres of coast and wind blowing from all directions. The northern and southern coasts offer especially fantastic wind conditions, and a steady stream of surfing schools are available. Nevertheless, the western coast has also become a haven for surfers, who will find several beautiful spots with perfect swell on La Paradisola.
Choosing the right travel insurance is just as important as choosing the right accommodation. A travel cancellation insurance policy can reimburse you for the cancellation fees imposed by the travel company. Depending
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