A land full of discovery and tradition
Discover Italy for your next holidays and you won’t be disappointed, particularly in Sardinia! This Southern European country has captured the hearts of travellers from all around the world for many years. A country known for its fantastic gastronomy and appealing Mediterranean weather, Italy will delight lovers of good food and the great outdoors.
Old traditions are still alive
The Southern coastline is blessed with miles upon miles of white sandy beaches that meet crystal clear waters that resemble the Caribbean islands. A region world famous for its delicious cuisine and fine wine, is the ideal location for a relaxing holiday in Italian lands. A stay in the region will allow history lovers
to appreciate the precious testimonies of the past that range from the pre-nuragic era to the medieval era, going through the Punic and Roman periods. Adventurous souls will surely be happy to go by boat to the island of Asinara to admire the fascinating national park which is also a protected marine area.
Stunning scenery to admire
Sardinia is picture perfect and impresses all those that take the time to travel there with its Roman ruins and monumental sand dunes. This wild and unspoilt land is home to breathtaking mountain ranges, curious wildlife and captivating prehistoric sites so there is lots to explore and discover in this region. Hidden coves line the coastline and are just waiting to be discovered by the most inquisitive of visitors.
Fun for all the family
The Italian island of Sardinia has plenty of things to see and do
to suit every taste. With around 2,000km of coastline, the long sandy beaches in the South are a lot less crowded than those in the North, even during the high season. From here you can try numerous water sports activities such as snorkeling, kitesurfing, windsurfing and scuba diving, which can all be organised for you at most beaches. Speedboats can also be hired in some areas so you can relax whilst admiring the beauty of the island's surroundings.
The Northern part of Sardinia can be classed as a place suitable for escape. Its provinces of Sassari and Olbia-Tempio never fail to enchant the tourists with their beautiful hilly sights, their localities with Mediterranean charms and their magnificent stretches of fine sand bathed in turquoise waters.