Three good reasons to choose a green holiday in Sardinia
WHITE BEACHES AND CRYSTAL CLEAR SEAFrom the famous Costa Smeralda to the La Maddalena archipelago, passing through endless unspoilt coves
OPEN-AIR ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUMLand of Nuraghi, among the most famous being that of Barumini
A SUSTAINABLE ISLANDObjective first green and organic island by 2030
Whether you decide to discover it by sea or by land, on foot or on horseback, by boat or by car, Sardinia is an island of infinite beauty. Here, nature has a wild charm with romantic traits, from dawn to dusk.
Descending from the numerous areas, along steep torrents and adrenaline-filled paths, you reach unspoilt rocky coves or the crystal-clear waters and striking stretches of white sand, such as La Pelosa beach or San Teodoro beach.
An ideal destination for lovers of outdoor holidays, from sailing to snorkelling to climbing, to explore and enjoy the wonders of the island.
But the real life of the island is hidden in the small villages of the hinterland, where it is possible to immerse oneself in a slow journey through Sardinian traditions and cultures, in the narrow streets that smell of myrtle and carasau bread, but also of honey, fresh cheeses and good wine.
A place where time seems to stand still, Sardinia is also the undisputed queen of longevity, considered one of the best places in the world to live thanks to a healthy and genuine lifestyle.Close
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Olbia is the gateway to the island’s most popular beaches, such as Santa Teresa di Gallura, San Teodoro and the wonderful Costa Smeralda, jewels of Sardinia.
From the Greek word for ‘happy’, it is an undisputed summer holiday destination where, kissed by the sun and rocked by the sound of the waves, a good mood is the special ingredient for enjoying the Sardinian town.
And again, an open-air archaeological museum, a visit to the Nuraghe RIu Mulinu, on the small Island of Peddone, and the famous Tomb of the Giants, located Monte e’ S’Abe, a funerary monument from the Nuragic period completely surrounded by greenery, is a must.Close