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Visit Sardinia – A Heavenly Island In The Mediterranean Sea

Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean and is known for its white sand beaches, clear turquoise waters, luxurious hotels, and succulent cuisine. It is the third largest region in Italy after Sicily and Piedmont. It’s hot and sunny during the summer, and balmy during the winter. The stunning coastlines and glorious beaches of Sardinia make it very popular with Italian holiday makers during the peak holiday season. Wild hinterlands, amazing beaches, and endearing eccentricities captivate Sardinia.

Cagliari is the capital and largest city of Sardinia. Despite being a hilltop city, Cagliari is right on the Mediterranean. People who have been to Cape Town know how similar the two cities are. Alghero, on the northwestern coast, and Olbia, the main town of the Costa Smeralda, are also in Cagliari, where the main airport is located. Sardinia’s Costa Smeralda features wind-carved rock formations, azure waters, and enticing beaches, ranging from busy town beaches with water sports to secluded bays and tranquil coves. Sassari, located in the north of the island and close to Alghero, is the second largest city.

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The island of Sardinia is a mythical place. In different parts of the island, people speak Sardinian or Catalan. A vibrant town with local traditions and colourful festivals, a wild mountainous interior and an interesting history are only some of the things it has to offer.  In this country, people are warm and friendly, and enjoying themselves is a way of life.  The agricultural sector remains an important part of the economy. Over half of Sardinia’s land is covered with natural pastures. Sheep and goats are widely raised. Tobacco, wheat, barley, grapes, olives, cork, and olive oil are all produced here. Fishing for tuna, lobster, and sardines is important. Sardinia is rich in minerals. A warm welcome awaits you in Sardinia.

Best places to visit in Sardinia:
1) Cala Goloritze

A stunning coastline and beach await you when you explore Cala Goloritze in Baunei. A canoeing adventure on Cala Goloritze beach is perfect for an afternoon or hiking up the cliffs that tower over the water. This exotic, quirky, and refreshing spot is located in Sardinia.

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2) Cagliari

Sardinia’s capital city, Cagliari, is the perfect Italian destination for foodies and history buffs alike. Beaches, lagoons, and green parks combine beautifully with history, art, and culture. Cagliari, the Sardinian jewel of a city, is renowned for its majestic architecture, winding alleyways and seaside location.

3) Pelosa Beach

Sardinia’s westernmost beach, La Pelosa, is just 2 kilometers from the harbor village of Stintino in Capo Falcone, in the province of Sassari.  Pelosa Beach is a must-see when exploring Sardinia’s northern routes. A Caribbean-style beach at a fraction of the cost is a wonderful experience for many Europeans at La Pelosa.

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4) Bosa

Bosa is known as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. It is surrounded by a tranquil river and has a hilltop castle on top. This small village in northern Sardinia has ancient origins. There are many colorful houses in pastel colors along the Temo river (the only navigable river in Sardinia), wrought iron balconies, and narrow alleys in the old town. 

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5) Olbia:

The city of Olbia is located on the north-eastern coast of Sardinia, overlooking the gulf enclosing the Tavolara and Molara islands. It has some of the most famous resorts in the jet-set lifestyle like Porto Rotondo and Porto Cervo, which are known all over the world due to the beauty of the Costa Smeralda.

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6) Cala Luna:

Cala Luna, the most spectacular beach in the Mediterranean. Here the sea has a thousand different shades, rocky cliffs and reefs, a small lake, enchanting little beaches, and dense Mediterranean scrub. It is the jewel of the Gulf of Orosei, on the east coast, on the border between Barbagia and Ogliastra, a true symbol of Sardinia. The nature here is wild, and unspoilt.

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7) Alghero:

Historic city at the northern tip of the western coast of Sardinia, a renowned resort also known as the capital of the Coral Riviera. It retains well-preserved traces of Catalan dominance and is also known as Barceloneta.

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