Your holidays in Sardinia: all you need to know for your next stay

The second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia is a lush environmental oasis featuring outstanding wild, unspoiled natural landscapes. Sardinia is a mountainous island with a few coastal plains gathering impressive granite peaks, lush forests and Mediterranean scrub, sandy beaches and indented cliffs, superb lagoons, enchanting ponds and both submerged and surface caves. This outstanding variety of natural landscapes makes Sardinia a privileged holiday destination for large numbers of tourists who flock here year after year.

The island's major pride is its crystal-clear sea, which provides a rich habitat for marine life. Water sports, especially diving and underwater fishing, are very widespread throughout the island.

Elegant resorts, such as Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo, the jet-setting Costa Smeralda, Palau, Santa Teresa di Gallura, the Maddalena Archipelago, Alghero, Villasimius, San Teodoro, Orosei and Stintino give tourists the opportunity to spend pleasant seaside holidays surrounded by breathtaking natural landscapes.

History, culture and tradition still survive across the island and give it utmost profusion. Not to be missed are the evidences left by the Nuraghic civilization, one of the most mysterious in the Mediterranean area, that is to say the typical nuraghic complexes, ancient buildings which can be found in Sardinia only.
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Wednesday 28 February 2024