Sardinia is a large Italian island in the Mediterranean Sea. It has nearly 2,000km of coastline, sandy beaches and a mountainous interior crossed with hiking trails.
Sardinia : Points of interest
Tanit( Arzachena): One of the best places in Sardinia. Dine on a blacony facing the port overlooking the yachts. Excellent dishes made with quality ingredients.
Kings Restaurant: Romantic atmosphere where you can dine on the beach while watching the sunset.
Diving spots - Discover marvellous underwater spots like
La Grotta di Nero: the largest under water cave in the mediterranean.
La Secca del Papa: full of grouper fish, barracudas, moray eels, sea breams.
Le Golfo di Cagliari: remains from WW II.
Nora: underwater archaelogical site with Roman ruins.
Beaches - Explore the most beautiful beaches of Sardinia
Spiaggia della Pelosa: vast white sands contrasting with a bright blue sea. An isolated island overlooked by a Catalan watchtour completes the picture.
Chia: popular tourist destination during the summer offering the possibility to windsurf or kitesurf.
Cala Goloritze: Calcareous rocks, beautiful 1 hour hikes and clear blue water.
Spaggia di Piscinas: Walking barefoot into the sunset on the sand dunes is something quite magical.