Sardinia is the Mediterranean’s second largest island.
Almost 3 times the size of Corsica and only 13km away, located across the Strait of Bonifacio, this island is a land of contrasts…Its mountains, from the north to the south Mount Limbara (1.362m), the Goceano (1.29m), and Mount Genneragentu (1,834m at its highest point), mirror those of the Island of Beauty. With the Tyrrhenian Sea to the east and the Sardinian sea to the west, Sardinia has 1800km of wild coastline: from the rock sculptures emerging from coves and caves such as Neptune's cave near Alghero to the famous columns and crystal waters.
The contrast between the turquoise water and the granite rocks is one of the island's truly beautiful sights.
The footprint of past civilizations together with a stunning natural landscape make this an ideal destination for those wishing to enjoy outdoor activities and a spot of culture.
Sardinia's history and its strong features have made it culturally different from the mainland. Throughout the centuries it has preserved its lifestyle and unique values. Its folklore and popular traditions have been faithfully passed on, to the delight of holiday makers. Sardinian gastronomy is an integral part of this rich cultural heritage. The seven thousand nuraghes - traces of a civilization dating from the second millennium BC, the church of Saint Saturnin at Cagliari dating from the Middle Ages, the Roman churches and the other religious buildings in the Baroque style are just some of the many remains available for those wishing to explore.
|Equestrian center||4.00 km|
|Sailing / windsurfing||200 m|
Tourist office :
Viale Trieste, 105 09123 - Cagliari
Phone : +39 0781 820 31
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