Sardinia is a place where you can still have an idyllic vacation and discover wonderful places that lie off the beaten track. The island, which is elongated in shape, extends from north to south. The vegetation of Sardinia’s northern and southern regions varies quite a bit as do the island’s cultural traditions, and Sardinians have adapted to these differences in their natural environment. The best known area in Sardinia is Costa Smeralda with its unique small sandy beaches nestled among many different types of cliffs that border the coast’s numerous bays. Portobello, a cluster of lovely villas containing rental apartments, is typical of the accommodations available in the north of sardinia.
Located on Sardinia’s east coast a half hour south of Olbia, San Teodoro has reinvented itself. Once a simple fishing village, it is now a popular resort town. This is mainly attributable to the nearby beaches, particularly La Cinta with its superlative three kilometer-long stretch of white sand. Not far to the south on the SS125 you come upon Nuoro, the capital city of the eponymous province that extends across the center of Sardinia from the east to the west coasts. This is the region people head directly to when they’re interested in discovering Sardinia at its most genuine. Perdasdefogu is another place where visitors can discover the real Sardinia. Surrounded by ancient holm-oak trees, this village is nestled in the Sardinian mountains between the historic Oligastra and Salto de Quirra regions.
The island’s topography changes considerably as you travel south. Muravera is set in a hilly landscape and is bordered by large lagoons where pink flamingos and many other avian species can often be seen. Torresalinas, 7 km away, consists of a group of sea-front villas located on a stretch of Sardinia’s southern coast that lies off the beaten path. In contrast to Torresalinas, Costa Rei, which is located further to the south, has become a magnet for tourism but has lost none of its charm. Located about 50 km south of the island’s capital city of Cagliari, Costa Rei (“King’s coast”) offers visitors crystal clear waters that are almost surrealistically aquamarine in color, and long white sandy beaches. Villagio Rocca Sant' Elmo, which is nestled in an unspoiled natural area at the tip of Costa Rei, was built in the 1990s. Here, Vito Sonzogni’s ingenious and prize winning architecture enables the buildings to blend in seamlessly with their natural surroundings.
Villasimius is a picturesque former fishing village. Geremeas is also every vacationer’s dream of the perfect place to be. A mere 30 km to the east of the hubbub of Sardinia’s capital city of Caligari, this resort is located on a section of coastline that is not visible from the coastal road and offers the loveliest long white sandy beaches imaginable.
Is Molas is set in an exquisite landscape consisting of intensely green maquis, pine forests and lush flowering vegetation including palms and cacti. The view of the sea, the Pula flatland and the mountains is magnificent.
Alghero - Sardinia of the Catalan conquerors and coral. Alghero is one of the liveliest, exhilarating towns in Sardinia. Formerly a Catalan enclave, it’s impossible not to fall in love with its picturesque old town, mix of architectural cultures and jewellery crafted from its world-famous coral.
Cagliari embodies Sardinia’s lust for life in all its facets. With its winding alleys, grand architecture and idyllic location skirted by the sea, the island’s capital city is easy to fall in love with. Whether you want to shop til you drop or relax on Poetto beach, Cagliari is one of the most beautiful spots in Sardinia.
Cala Sinzias is the beach of everyone’s dreams: brilliant white sand, crystal-clear water and rich green unite in an enchanting play of colours. Nestled between Monte Macioni and Sant’Elmo lies a peaceful, untouched area that is still an insider's secret in Sardinia.
Costa Rei is located on Sardinia’s southern coast, approximately 50 kilometres from the capital city "Cagliari". This stretch of coast is renowned for its crystal clear water, golden sands and long beaches. It also has a lake system that forms a nature reserve for rare avian species.
Crystal clear emerald green water, countless gleaming white coves and bays, unique granite rock formations carved out over millennia by the wind, craggy mountains overgrown with primeval vegetation, plus the aromatic and omnipresent maquis: that’s Costa Smeralda, one of the world’s most exciting natural
Is Molas is set in a lovely landscape consisting of intensely green maquis, pine forests and lush Mediterranean vegetation including palms and cactus fruits. The view of the sea, the Pula flatland and the mountains are magnificent.
On the east coast of Sardinia at the mouth of the Flumendosa river lies the traditional Sardinian village of Muravera. Countless megalithic monuments such as the aligned stones at Piscina Rei, the sacred well Funtana Coberta and the series of menhirs in the highland cork forest of Pranu Mutteddu bear testimony to the
At Porto Rotondo you will find everything that the heart desires: supermarkets, a bank, a post office, magazine shops, a seafood shop, a bar, a restaurant and an agency where you can book all excursions.
In attractive surroundings, only a few kilometers from Olbia and San Teodoro, Porto S. Paolo is the meeting point for excursions to the islands of Tavolara and Molara.
Portobello - a beautifully peaceful village in the north of Sardinia. Portobello is an oasis of calm: the exclusive holiday resort on the northern tip of Sardinia is an amalgamation of 200 upmarket villas in a landscape conservation area. It faces Corsica and enchants with gorgeous beaches and the unspoiled nature of Gallura.
A half hour’s drive west of Cagliari lies the charming village of Pula with its narrow winding streets and patrician homes, a village where everyday life unfolds to the rhythm of sun and sea. In summer, the town square is the scene of evening street dances and concerts. Pizza places and other restaurants are also to
San Teodoro has reinvented itself. Once a simple fishing village a half hour’s drive south of Olbia, it is now a popular resort town. This is mainly attributable to the nearby beaches, particularly three kilometre-long La Cinta with its superlative white sand.
The village of Rocca Sant'' Elmo was constructed in the early 1990s amidst an unspoiled natural landscape at the southern tip of Costa Rei. Vito Sonzogni’s ingenious and award-winning architecture successfully harmonizes the buildings with their surroundings and no traffic or street interferes with the
Between Cagliari and Villasimius, built about 30 years ago around the Saracen tower Torre de Su Fenugu, lies the vacation spot Torre delle Stelle underneath the 30 kilometres long panoramic road. On a single hill that is northerly and southerly surrounded by beaches lie majestic villas occupied by famous actors or rock
Torresalinas, which is seven kilometres from the traditional fishing village of Muravera, consists of a group of sea-front villas located in a non-touristy stretch of Sardinia’s southern coast. The sand of the long beach here is ochre in colour with sprinklings of black crystals. The beach extends to Colostrai and beyond that to
Tortoli - the gateway to nature on Sardinia's east coast. The town Tortoli unites holiday flair with fascinating nature. A lively harbour, the red rocks of Arbatax and the beautiful beaches of Ogliastra: the heart of Sardinia’s east coast exudes Mediterranean diversity.
The idyllic beaches and breathtaking landscape of the picturesque former fishing village of Villasimius attract increasing numbers of visitors each summer. The centre of activity is the village square where people of all ages gather in the evening. Fortezza Vecchia (the old fortress), which dates from the 17th century,
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