Sardinia attracts visitors from around the world because of its unique combination of stunning beaches, old traditions and wild nature.
Travel along the island's incredible southern coast and discover some of the most beautiful bays and coves of the Mediterranean sea.
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The Medieval centre of Sardinia's capital, Cagliari, is one of the Mediterranean's largest ports and sits on a hill overlooking the bustling Gulf of Cagliari. Visitors can walk alongside the well-preserved city walls, wander through the cobbled piazzas and discover the island's history at a number of museums. They can also dine on delectable traditional Sardinian cuisine at one of the quarter's many restaurants which spill out onto the streets.
Further southwest along the coast, close to the southern-most point of the island, you will find the charming village of Chia – with its pristine bays and miles of silky-sand beaches lapped by crystalline waters and flanked by enormous rolling sand dunes. Further inland, discover tranquil salt-water lagoons, where vibrant flamingos can often be spotted. Just three miles from Chia lies another popular beachside resort – Santa Margherita di Pula, the location of the Forte Village Resort with its collection of Four and Five Star hotels, fantastic facilities and long stretch of beach.
If you’re looking for something more glitzy, head north to the Costa Smeralda – or Emerald Coast – which lies between the Bay of Arzachena and the Gulf of Cugnana. A haven for the rich and famous since the 1960s, this most famous corner of the island boasts luxury hotels and some of the most expensive real-estate in Europe. At the heart of the coastline is the exclusive town of Porto Cervo, known for its marinas and sports centres and home to the famous Yacht Club Costa Smeralda. A top destination for the International Jet Set, Porto Cervo’s streets are lined with chic cafés, exclusive restaurants and fancy bars, and a variety of exclusive events are held throughout the summer.
Just two miles along the coast is the popular resort of Baia Sardinia, which enjoys a beautiful setting opposite the Maddalena Archipelago. The town is known for both its excellent watersports and glamorous nightlife, offering a wide range of restaurants, bars and clubs.
Those looking for an unspoilt and authentic experience on the island's north coast will enjoy a stay in the 19th-Century resort of Santa Teresa Gallura. Situated at Sardinia's northern tip, this village offers a breath-taking natural backdrop and panoramic views of the sparkling Mediterranean and, over the Stretto de Bonifacio on a clear day, the shoreline of Corsica.
Scattered throughout the island are a number of ancient megalithic structures known as nuraghe, which were built between 1900 and 730 BC. These Bronze Age towers have mystified historians for centuries and continue to cause wonder to visitors to the island today. The most impressive examples can be found at the UNESCO-listed archaeological site of Su Nuraxi di Barumini, situated on a small plateau in the heart of Sardinia. Visitors can explore the incredible fortress which is made up of a number of bee-hive-like towers, including the central tower, which was once over 19 metres high.
The coastal drive from Chia to Teulada shows nature at its most spectacular best: secluded coves, hidden beaches, unpaved treks in the Mediterranean bush, ancient ruins of mysterious civilizations, colours that shake even the coldest heart. You will love this area and you could get trapped meandering through this 20 km long stretch of coast forever and never get bored seeing something the similar for more than 5 minutes!
We would like to show you a really hidden and “secret” event.. The Girotonno is a not to be missed event held each May in Carloforte on the tiny island of San Pietro. You can reach the island with a 45 min private transfer from different locations inland. Italy has many festivals and this is one of our favourite.
A food and wine competition celebrating the tradition of catching tunas, stories and flavours of the tuna on the routes of the old Tonnara of Carloforte island, one of the most active of the Mediterranean Sea. This is a unique opportunity to live in depth the magic world of the tonnara traps and the fishermen, enjoyng the ancient rite of Mattanza.