Province of Sassari
Stintino in Sardinia, Italy has a history that goes back to 1885 when it was a fishing village.
The village developed in two inlets with two harbours, the old port called Minori and a bigger and newer one called Mannu.
Today, Stintino has the... continue
Castelsardo, a small and charming town which overlooks Asinara Gulf, is one of the most renowned tourist destination in Sardinia. Surrounded by enchanting beaches bathed by crystal clear waters, it's easily reachable... continue
On Sardinia's north-eastern coast, Costa Smeralda offers breathtaking views, crystal-clear water, great food and night-life. Take a walk along Porto Cervo's streets,shop in fancy boutiques or just sunbathe on one of the beautiful beaches. Costa... continue
1. The "Roccia dell'Orso" (Bear Rock) - Palau mentioned by Tolomeo, it is large granite natural monument, shaped like a bear looking towards the sea.
2. Agriturismi - Farms Stazzi are today used as agriturismo and are ideal for those who love... continue
The jet-set strip of Sardinia, Costa Smeralda is a six-mile (10km) stretch of coastline between the gulfs of Cugnana and Arzachena on the island's northeast coast, which has become a developer's paradise and extremely popular with holidaymakers.... continue
Sinuous and organic, the small Church of Stella Maris sits atop a bluff overlooking the azure waters of Porto Cervo. Six slabs of stone support its terracotta roof, laden with curved tiles, every shade of ochre. A bell tower looms, striking white... continue
Delicate olive trees creep skyward from terracotta pots flanking elegant doorways, while magenta bougainvillea winds its way around banisters. The most luxurious fashions can all be obtained within this uncommon shopping paradise, but the experience... continue
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