La Pelosa Beach - Stintino.
Cala Garibaldi - Caprera Island
Le Bombarde Beach - Alghero.
Isuledda Beach - San Teodoro
Cala Goloritzè - Baunei
Nuraghe Santu Antine - Torralba
Basilica di Saccargia - Codrongianus
Barbagia - Orgosolo.
Flavors of barbagia
Waterfalls Sos Mulinos - Santu Lussurgiu
Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. The strategic position of Sardinia in the center of the western Mediterranean and its mineral wealth have favored in antiquity its population and the development of commercial traffic and cultural exchanges between its inhabitants and the peoples of the coast.
Thanks to the mild climate, the uncontaminated landscapes, the purity of the sea waters, Sardinia attracts every year a large number of vacationers (in 2007 the tourist presences for the first time exceeded 10 million visitors).
Rich in mountains, woods, plains, largely uninhabited territories, streams, rocky coasts and long sandy beaches, in the modern era many travelers and writers have exalted its beauty, remained untouched at least until the contemporary age, as well as immersed in a landscape that houses the vestiges of the Nuragic civilization.
Sardinia is home to two state universities: the University of Cagliari, founded in 1607 and officially entered in 1626, and the University of Sassari, founded in 1562 and to which King Philip III granted the status of the first Royal University in 1617.
ALGHERO-FERTILIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
The airport is 10 minutes from Alghero and 25 minutes from the capital of Sassari
OLBIA COSTA SMERALDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
The airport is located south of the city of Olbia, 10 minutes from the center. It takes the name Costa Smeralda, from the famous tourist resort of Gallura.
CAGLIARI-ELMAS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT