10 spots to visit in Sardinia

10 spots to visit in Sardinia

We recommend you the following 10 spots to visit in Sardinia during your holidays. Explore the most beautiful places of this unique island!

Arcipelago La Maddalena: this is a “must to see” place in Sardinia, thanks to its crystal clear water with all the degrees of blue colour and wonderful nature.

Alghero: this fascinating Catalan town hosts in its territory the prehistoric Neptune's Grotto, Porto Conto natural reserve, Capo Caccia promontory and plenty of typical restaurants.

Stintino: is located on the northern part of Sardinia in front of the Asinara Island and has the most famous beach of Sardinia La Pelosa which is just breathtaking!

Castelsardo: this characteristic Medieval town was originally a village of fishermen is located on a hill and has a wonderful castle on top of it.

Capo Testa: a suggestive promontory which seems to be a “mountain on the water” which offers unique landscapes and beaches such as Cala Spinosa, Rena di Levante, Rena di Ponente and Baia Santa Reparata.

Palau: it is a nice town by the sea with beautiful beaches and the famous “Roccia dell'Orso” (bear’s rock), shaped during the years by the wind and weather.

Isola dei Gabbiani: a small island which is connected to the mainland with a 50 meters long stretch of sand. It is a very windy place and that is the reason why it is a point of interest for kitesurfers and windsurfers from all over the world.

San Pantaleo: is a town in “Gallura”, located in the interior part of Costa Smeralda. It is very rich of tradition and is built in typical Sardinian style, with granitic stone a sight. A place where you are surrounded by nature and beautiful mountain landscapes but in the beautiful Costa Smeralda at the same time.

Cala Mariolu: located in the Gulf of Orosei. Unspoiled place, very difficult to reach on foot. Peculiar are the small white stones which compose this beautiful beach. Once you reach the bay, you will see a breathtaking view!

Cala Goloritzé: for bravest excursionists. It takes about 1 hour of walk to reach it, but when you arrive there you will be deeply impressed by the unspoiled nature and dramatic view, it is a unique experience!

The best way to visit these beautiful places is to rent an independent villa and on the northern coast of Sardinia there are different types of villas that you can rent. This accommodation gives you the possibility to take your time and enjoy the beauties of this fascinating Island.



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