Category: Sardinia

Sardinia in April – Where to Go and What to Do

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Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, and one of Italy’s few regions that are located on an island close to the country’s mainland. Whilst Sicily often gets the most attention, Sardinia is a wonderful destination for an Italian holiday that offers everything from pristine beaches to volcanic rock formations. The island has […]

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Where to stay in Sardinia

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Villa Anzelu 4 Located close to Pevero Golf, it is a three bedroom villa with private pool. The area offers many activities and lovely beaches alongside the Costa Esmeralda. The villa is part of a complex of exclusive villas with easy access to the beach (2.5 km). Villa Marcella Located 150m from clean, azure waters […]

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Sardinia in January – Where to Go and What to Do

As the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia has long beckoned curious travellers to discover its sandy coastlines and rugged landscapes. However, whilst many may envisage Sardinia’s beauty at the height of the summer season, with the sun beating down on the island’s pastel houses and crystal clear waters, they fail to realise […]

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Sardinia in May – Where to Go and What to Do

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A jewel in the mediterranean sea, Sardinia has long captivated tourists for its paradisiacal qualities that have made it one of the most popular island holidays in Europe. Its dreamy coastline, stretching a whopping 1850km, is adorned with golden beaches, crystal clear waters and dramatic sea cliffs. It is often overshadowed by other popular Italian […]

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Sardinia in March – Where to Go and What to Do

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With its idyllic beaches, beautifully rugged landscape and mountainous interiors dotted with scenic hiking trails, it's not surprising that Sardinia is a favourite destination for a beach holiday in Europe. Whilst summer is generally considered the best time to come to the island, visiting Sardinia in March, which is the spring season, has some advantages. […]

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Sardinia in December – Where to Go and What to Do

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Just off the South coast of Italy lies Sardinia, a beautiful island rich with history, culture and natural beauty. With its own language and customs, Sardinia is known for being fiercely independent from mainland Italy. White sandy beaches and crystal clear turquoise waters contouring the coastline are enough to attract numerous visitors every year on […]

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Sardinia in August – Where to Go and What to Do

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When most people think of island regions in Italy, their first thought is often Sicily. But Sardinia is another unique part of the country that is found floating in the Mediterranean to the west of the mainland, offering travellers and holidaymakers a different experience of Italian life and culture. Sardinia is the second-largest island in […]

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Best Time to Visit Sardinia

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Sardinia is a large island in the Mediterranean and Tyrrhenian Seas off the coast of Italy. It’s famous among travellers for its warm turquoise waters and long sunny days. With nearly 2,000 kilometres of coastline, beaches, and volcanic cliffs, the island is a popular place to hike, boat, and just relax. From long days spent […]

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Food and Drinks in Sardinia

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Sardinian cuisine comes from the poor sheepherders whose recipes focus on meat cookery and preserving foods of all kinds. Chivarzu is the name of the large, local bread made by the Sardinian women, while Carasau are the thin sheets of bread that kept men from starving for months. Bread was often served with game or […]

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Things to do in Sardinia

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Best Things To Do In Sardinia ALGHERO Pictures of white sandy beaches, deep blue sky, turquoise sea, dramatic coastline with rocks and caves come to the tourist's mind at the sound of the word ‘Sardinia'. Although one of the preferred summer destination for many people, Sardinia is still an undiscovered land. The easiest way to […]

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