Wild landscapes and more

Sardinia and its wild hinterland are a one of a kind landscapes you will not find anywhere else in Italy. Untouched beaches and deep rooted traditions are just a little part of what Sardinia has to offer. Here time seems to have stopped, sheep and shepherds invade the roads but also majestic yachts are parked in wonderful marinas.

Santa Teresa Di Gallura

White sands, clear waters

Sardinian beaches are ranked among the world’s best beaches, with a variety that ranged from rugged, cliff-backed coves of the East to the dune-flanked strands of the West. Sardinia’s white beaches and blue or emerald seas are called the Caribbean of Europe – and we cannot disagree.

La Maddalena

Island of old traditions

Beyond the sandy beaches and the mountainous interior, nuraghi – mysterious Bronze Age stone ruins shaped like beehives, are found throughout the island, some dating back to 1500 B.C. Curious to see more? Visit Sardinia now!

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Alghero

Alghero

Barcellonetta, an Italian term meaning small and pretty Barcelona, is the nickname for the city of Alghero, on the North coast of Sardinia

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Most beautiful beaches

Most beautiful beaches

Cala Mariolu at Baunei and La Pelosa at Stintino in Sardinia are Italy’s most beautiful beaches.

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Sardinia: the cleanest beaches

Sardinia: the cleanest beaches

The Italian island, Sardinia, leads the Legambiente Ranking for the cleanest beaches in Italy

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