Sardinia is a large island in the Mediterranean Sea.
Cagliari and surroundings
Beaches and dunes as far as the eye can see… The capital has a lot to offer. It has a very interesting historical centre. Il castello, the Palazzo di città, are not to be missed for anything in the world. Of course you will find the cathedral of Santa Maria and a national archaeological museum.
San Pietro Island
San Pietro must be included on the list of visits to be made. The village of Caloforte is home to the majority of the island’s shops.
The coastline of the Conca will allow you to admire beautiful landscapes and especially the cliffs.
Capo Sandalo is unquestionably the most beautiful corner of the island.
If you wish to have the peepers, then you must absolutely go along this side!
You will be able to make stops such as the Nebida and its viewpoint on the sugar loaf or the Pan di Zucchero, the Cala Domestica which is a nice little beach.
In the west of the island is a very pleasant town to walk and stroll around…
In addition to (still) its cathedral, you can walk through the Piazza Eleonora d’Arborea or the Piazza Roma.
Until 1998, it was used to house prisoners. It has a special history. It is now a national park. Beware, the island is closed to cars.
It is one of the must-see sites in Sardinia. The caves are 4 km long but only a part of them is accessible.
Another must-see site! It is part of the national park of the Maddalena archipelago which includes 7 islands. It is the only one that can be reached by car.
Costa Smeralda & Porto Cervo
Beaches and more beaches! Here you will have the king’s choice of sunbathing and swimming.
Gulf of Orosei
The main activity here is the cruises that will take you to discover the creeks that are only accessible by boat.
Su Gorropu Gorge
This is the place to go if you want to go hiking. These gorges are the deepest in Europe.
Other caves in Sardinia
Let’s mention here the Grotta di San Giovanni because the entrance is free.
But you can also go to the cave is Zuddas. There you will find some beautiful crystals.
There are many others, but I will mention only one last one: the cave of su Marmuri. It is 1 km long and 50 meters high. The visit lasts about 1 hour.
Well, that’s the end of our trip to Italy. I hope you liked this one and that you didn’t catch the coronavirus! :)m