Beaches, beaches, beaches
Undoubtedly, the big draw to Sardinia is its coastline – this island redefines beach paradise! Photogenic Spiaggia Rena Bianca is one of the best, with soft sands for sunbathing. Cala Luna’s another stunner and perfect for snorkelling. For a shore with A-lister sparkle, make a beeline for Spiaggia del Principe in the Costa Smeralda.
Loosen that belt, you’re in for a feast in Sardinia! This island’s chock-full of good places to eat, ranging from by-the-water trattorias to rustic agriturismos (traditional farms). Locals swear by their roast suckling pig, while ribbons of pasta embellished with just-caught seafood is pure joy in a bowl.
Sardinia’s landscape dances between outstanding beaches, dense forest and rugged mountains, so you’ll want to spend all your time outside. Gola Su Gorropu is an epic gorge for hiking and La Maddalena Archipelago National Park dazzles with secret swim spots. And coastal walks don’t get better than boulder-strewn Capo Testa.