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Cagliari |Villasimius | Costa Rei | Pula | Chia | Emerald Coast | San Teodoro | La Maddalena | S. Teresa Gallura | Castelsardo | Stintino | Alghero

The real beauty of southern Sardinia is the coast: long dream beaches and a sea that reminds one of the more remote tropical paradises.

A succession of beaches of breathtaking beauty from Capo Teulada to Pula. Do not miss Tuerredda, a turquoise and blue cove in front of which stands a small island full of lush Mediterranean brush. Dive into the sea of Cala Cipolla, explore its headlands and take a photo at the lighthouse at Capo Spartivento. Enjoy the turquoise waves of Baia Chia, a summer paradise of sun and relaxation and winter paradise for surfers.

Pula, with its lively squares and artistic heritage of the Nora archaeological site, integrated in a naturalistic dream, will make your trip an opportunity to reflect on past civilizations. The beach of Santa Margherita at Pula charms you with its white beach and its romantic lagoon, all framed by high mountains.

In the middle of the Golfo degli Angeli is Cagliari, the island’s capital, a city of artistic beauty running along the streets of the historic districts. Cagliari is good food, art galleries, shopping and nature. Stroll along Via Roma overlooking the harbour and enjoy a drink at sunset from the Bastione of Saint Rémy. Photograph the pink flamingos dancing as they rise in flight from the Molentargius Saline Natural Park or romantic basin of Santa Gilla. Dive into the blue waters of the great Poetto beach, and fall in love with this exotic city.

Before leaping into Sarrabus, immerse yourself in the history of Barumini, with its archaeological site, the richest in Sardinia, or in the waters of the Sardara baths, pride of Medio Campidano.

Pearl of the South is Villasimius, with its beautiful Simius beach, with its clear blue water, or Notteri Timi Ama, which on one side has a windswept turquoise sea, and on the other, the lagoon of Notteri. Nearby is Capo Carbonara, which with the islands of Cavoli and Serpentara, was named a protected marine area.

Immerse yourself in the pure emerald of Cala Sinzias, at the Costa Rei resort, famous for its beautiful beaches and the three squares that sparkle on summer nights. Nearby, Muravera, with its Capo Ferrato, its lovely old town and oranges, the sun-kissed precious fruit of the countryside.

South Sardinia. Cagliari |Villasimius | Costa Rei | Pula | Chia

North East - Emerald Coast | San Teodoro | La Maddalena | S. Teresa Gallura

Gallura and the northeast coast of Sardinia, famous for its sparkling life between sea and elegant squares, are the jewels in the crown in terms of quality of tourism. The jagged coastline opens onto the turquoise sea of the Costa Smeralda and onto small creeks that hide hot stretches of weightless sand.

Let yourself be taken over by the mornings rocked by waves, by the afternoons immersed in relaxing walks among elegant boutiques and the nightlife lit by the starry sky in the square of Porto Cervo.


The Costa Smeralda and the surrounding area are this: a unique paradise that takes on the austere form of the tower Longosardo, overlooking the marina of Santa Teresa Gallura, and looks over to the Archipelago de La Maddalena, priceless natural treasure with con Spargi, Cala Corsara, and Budelli with its pink beach. But the northeast paradise does not end here, you are drawn seductively to Capo Testa, to the beach of Santa Reparata and the bay of La Colba, and invites you to follow the line of the horizon, focusing your gaze on the sky and dipping your hand in the sand of the Rena Bianca and Rena Majore beach. Closing your eyes and breathing in the fresh and pungent smell of the pine forest, you can say you had a bath in the very essence of relaxation.


At Palau, in front of the Archipelago de La Maddalena you'll notice an imposing custodian, the bear-shaped rock that has dominated the bay for centuries and that with the Roccia della Tartaruga, situated in Cala Ghjlgolu, shares the record of starring in all visitors’ selfies. From the rock custodians to the Hero of two worlds: by leaping to the island of Caprera you do not just take a wonderful boat trip over a clear seabed, but also visit the home of Giuseppe Garibaldi, whose last residence will thrill you no end.

On the other hand, on the island of Tavolara, you will discover the thrill of making a journey within a journey, between legends, history and a sky that seems to disappear into the blue water. The San Teodoro area, part of the Tavolara Marine Park - Capo Coda Cavallo, draws you into its embrace showing its most beautiful pearls like Cala d'Ambra, La Cinta and Isuledda, nestling between the basin and the sea.

The northwest coast of Sardinia has its own scent, that of the sea combined with the rocks, of clumps of myrtle shaken by the wind, rock rose and strawberry tree, that you find in the area’s exquisite honey.

On this coast the sea is king, with its colours it licks the white beaches and offers up its prized fish to embellish the tables.

The journey starts from Castelsardo, an ancient medieval fortress, featuring Doria castle, which overlooks the sea and has a deep-rooted history as a defensive fortress. Savour the delicious Castellana lobster and immerse yourself in the beautiful Punta la Capra, which plays on sea and rocks to create a true open-air swimming pool.

The beaches in this area are among the most famous on the island with their characteristic white sand, such as the marvellous La Pelosa beach, which will enchant you with its crystal clear water. Visit Stintino, situated on the last limb of Sardinia, which stretches out towards the island of Asinara as to touch it, showing itself to the world as a masterpiece of rare beauty. Savour real seafood here and visit Capo Falcone, a promontory with wild charm in whose clefts the peregrine falcon gives life to her little ones.

Sassari, in the hinterland, historic urban centre of Capo di Sopra and ancient royal city rich in art and nature, is the most important reference point of northern Sardinia. Visit the Sanna Museum, rich in historical artefacts, and take a look at the Fontana di Rosello, together with the splendid Piazza d’Italia, symbol of the city.

Highlights include the natural lake of Baratz, the beaches of Porto Palmas and Porto Ferro, with their dazzling colours.

If you love the story of the nuraghe, visit the Monte d’Accoddi complex.

Alghero and the Coral Coast are the pearls of this side of Sardinia. Immerse yourself in the pure blue of the Bombarde beach.

Near the town the promontory of Capo Caccia emerges where the famous Grotta di Nettuno lies. Here the water’s reflections create a play of light on the walls, where nature has embroidered real salt with stalactites and stalagmites. The underground salt lake is the stuff of fairy tales.

If you're looking for a moment of romance, walk along the scenic road that connects Alghero to Bosa, an ancient village that lies on the banks of the river Temo. Enjoy a glass of Malvasia as you watch the sun set over the Ponte Vecchio and impress on your memory photos of a unique landscape.

North West. Castelsardo | Stintino | Alghero

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