Island of Sardinia (Italy)

Next to the island of Corsica is Sardinia, with Cagliari as its capital. In the south there are beautiful sandy beaches, warm and clear sea. The coast of the island is fringed with palm groves. In the north there are various nature reserves, many different excursions can be found in these places.

The beach season does not differ in timing from the continental part of all Italy. Divers recognise the coastal parts of the sea as the most beautiful in Italy. Beaches differ in variety as small coves, and long. At some places you will be given free equipment for recreation. Hotels are equidistant and located 20 metres from the sea.

The south is suitable for lovers of more active youth holidays. In the hotels you can find entertainment of any kind.

Italians love and know how to make wine, especially famous is Muscat sweet CannonauAgriolas.

The city of Sassari will appeal to all connoisseurs of medieval architecture. The city abounds with churches. Palazzetto d’Usini is a medieval palace open to tourists, Rosello fountain and medieval walls. Medieval architecture is pronounced in the town of Castelsardo. Near the cape of Capo Caccia is the Neptune’s Cave, where interesting excursions are developed. Sant’Antico is recognised as the most beautiful place on the island. The Phoenicians consider it their ancestral home.

In addition, there are huge stone dwellings on the island, built more than 25 centuries ago.

Divers love this place because of the quiet and beautiful sea. La Maddalena, despite its tiny size, will be remembered by any tourist, there is a museum with exhibits from shipwrecks. On the island of Budelli the sand is an unusual pink colour.

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