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  • Holiday in Badesi on the Fantastic Isle of Sardinia

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    Badesi is an idyllic holiday location for visitors to Sardinia. The seaside village is located in Olbia-Tempio province and offers a heavenly holiday to beach lovers, fishing enthusiasts, sailors, and active tourists who enjoy windsurfing,... continue

  • The charms of Stintino in Sardinia, Italy

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    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

  • Discover Something Special when you Stay at Agriturismo Su Birde

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    When escape from the hustle and bustle of city life is high on the agenda, Agriturismo Su Birde in Orosei makes a dream destination. This traditional farm house accommodation on the eastern coast of Sardinia offers rural relaxation and... continue

  • Exploring Arzachena and the Costa Smeralda

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    Arzachena is a local market town situated in the Sardinia province of Olbia-Tempio in the north east of the island. The town is part of the mountain community Riviera di Gallura and lies close to port towns and beach resorts of Cannigione,... continue

  • San Teodoro: a Sardinian beach paradise

    written by Emilio Aronica

    For a relaxing family holiday, San Teodoro in the north east of Sardinia has it all. A former fishing village, it has over the last few years transformed itself into a popular holiday resort for Italians and overseas visitors alike. Chief among... continue

  • Wine and food holidays in Sardinia: tour and specialties

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Italy's Sardinia, which is the Mediterranean Sea's second biggest island, earned the nickname Wine Island during the sixteenth century. Most of the vineyards that produce the best quality wines are located from the scenic Orosei... continue

  • Countryside holidays in Sardinia: hills and villages

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Sardinia is a breathtakingly beautiful island in the Mediterranean, a favourite of hikers and beachgoers alike. As well as an endless pastoral landscape, Sardinia boasts a great many hidden gems. The Costa Smeralda is the area of Sardinia most... continue

  • Get a taste of Sardinia at the Hotel Genna e Masoni

    written by Emilio Aronica

    The Hotel Genna e Masoni is a three-star hotel in Cardedu, Sardinia. It's surrounded by beautiful beaches, olive trees, mountains and sea - everything you could ever need for a Sardinian holiday. The open waters are especially popular with... continue

  • Ca'La Somara in the Beautiful Sardinian Countriside

    written by Emilio Aronica

    The Agriturismo Ca'La Somara is an old Sardinian stables lovingly restored to be in perfect harmony with the surrounding countryside. Located near Arzachena and close to the towns of Porto Cervo and San Pantaleo, it is only minutes from the... continue

  • Art and Culture Holidays in Sardinia

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Sardina's cultural heritage stretches back to pre-history, as can be seen in the mysterious ancient stone ruins of Santa Christina which are more than 3,800 years old, and feature a sacred well and underground shrine. Ever since then the... continue

  • Mountain Holidays in Sardinia

    written by Emilio Aronica

    The Mediterranean island of Sardinia is well known for its beautiful sandy coastlines, but venture into the inland areas and a different world awaits. Largely mountainous, you'll find small unspoilt villages surrounded by rugged limestone peaks,... continue

  • Sardinia's best seaside holidays - Top Sea Destinations in Sardinia

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Italy is known for many different things, such as for its beauty, its culture, the incredible food and the extremely lively people who live there but, also, for its amazing beaches. There are kilometres and kilometres of beaches in Italy, and that... continue

  • Nature and wellness in Hotel Sa Rocca

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    If you are looking for a place to spend your next holidays and you want it to be as relaxing as possible, Guspini is the ideal place for you. This small town is located in the gorgeous Sardinia, one of the most touristic places in the world. Worry... continue

  • Few minutes from Emerald Coast, Agriturismo Ca'la somara

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    Sardinia is popular for being one of Italy's most beautiful summer hot spots. The beaches are clean, the sea is crystal clear and the views are breathtakingly romantic. But there is one part of the island that has had everyone... continue

  • Villaggio Rasciada Club: ideal accomodation for families

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    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

  • A trip in Cagliari: the city of culture and castles

    written by Cedric Mills

    Cagliari is the biggest city and capital of Sardinia in Italy. The city is located on the southern shore of Sardinia, a Mediterranean Island.  It has the typical Mediterranean climate of high temperatures in summer and some rainfalls in... continue

  • The Coast is Emerald!

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    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

  • Agriturismo Dogolai

    written by Cedric Mills

    The Dogolai Farmhouse is a friendly farmhouse born in the green of Barbagia Bitti, about 5 km from the town and 20 minutes from the sea. The town of Bitti is in the province of Nuoro, in the north east of Sardinia.The Agriturismo Dogolai is located... continue

  • 10 things not to miss on the Emerald Coast

    written by Cedric Mills

    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

  • Costa Smeralda: beautiful town and beaches of Sardinia

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    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

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