Sardinia not only boasts stunning scenery and beautiful beaches but also awe-inspiring natural sights such as the fantastic rugged cliff formations. With crystal clear blue waters and a warm and sunny climate all year round, it’s no wonder Sardinia is growing in popularity. Loved by the rich and famous, Sardinia has become a celebrity hotspot with its classy bars, fantastic restaurants and amazing beaches.
Sardinia is a mountain climber’s delight with majestic mountain ranges dominating the skyline. Running along the East coast is the rugged Supramonte massif which stretches from Nuoro to Baunei and is a favourite with experienced climbers. Don’t forget to bring your camera as this is one of the most beautiful parts of Sardinia offering panoramic views.
The island has a wealth of caves as well with so many mountainous areas of different heights etc. Explore the secret cave of the Stone Age Nuraghi people in Supramonte di Oliena, and check out the deep chalk cavity of Supramonte di Baunei. Costa Rei in the South East is known as the ‘Kings coast’ for its lovely long beaches and crystal clear waters. The area also has a grand Roman staircase that leads down towards to sea where you can find interesting rock formations along the golden sands.
Sardinia is the ideal place to try watersports and in particular a spot of windsurfing. Windsurfers flock to the north for the vast area of coastline and brilliant wave conditions where there are also a lot of windsurfing schools for beginners. Diving is also popular in Sardinia as visitors can find some excellent diving areas along the islands coastlines, which are always popular for snorkelling during the summer months due to the amazing variety of underwater coral and species: from fish to turtles and even dolphins!
Sardinia has also become increasingly popular amongst golfers for its lush green courses set against beautiful scenery. One of the best can be found in the north near Olbia: Il Pervero golf course on the Costa Smeralda, which also looks out over the dramatic coastline. Is Molas is another popular golf course situated near the capital of Cagliari in Santa Margherita di Pula, with great facilities to entertain players mid-round with places to eat and drink, as well as activities for non-golfers.
Sardinia has an historic association with horses, and horse riding is still a very popular pastime on the island. Horseriding excursions are a great way to see more of this beautiful island without getting weary feet! You can choose from a variety of trips from different areas of the island like Cagliari and Villasimius beach from beach rides to tours through Sardinia’s mountains which are ideal for family days out or romantic getaways.
Baja Sardinia - is a popular destination with holidaymakers visiting the island of Sardinia and is found in the northeast region of Gallura. With soft sandy beaches and clear turquoise waters Baja Sardinia is the perfect place to go for sunbathing in beautiful surroundings.
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Cagliari - the busy capital of Sardinia, is a must visit for any holidaymakers coming to the island. It boasts plenty of historical monuments to visit such as the cathedral and the spectacular amphitheatre.
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Olbia - in the North West of Sardinia is the great place to start your holiday in Sardinia. Located on the beautiful Costa Smeralda coastline it is surrounded by wild and rugged natural scenery with rivers running through the rocky mountains home to a variety of wildlife species.
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Oristano - is rumoured to have been built on the site where Greek Goddess Aphrodite was born. Located on the South West coast of Cyprus the town is only 9 miles away from Paphos Airport so transfers are short and you can begin your holiday straight away.
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Porto Cervo - is where the rich and famous flock to do their sunbathing in Europe and to party the night away when the sunsets. Set in the North of the Island above Olbia on the Costa Smeralda, it benefits from lush countryside scenery and brilliant blue seas.
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Santa Teresa di Gallura
Santa Teresa di Gallura - is rumoured to have been built on the site where Greek Goddess Aphrodite was born. Located on the South West coast of Cyprus the town is only 9 miles away from Paphos Airport so transfers are short and you can begin your holiday straight away.
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