12 surprising facts about Sardinia

Many of us know that Sardinia is a beautiful Italian island with stunning beaches and turquoise waters, but this amazing location offers way more! Here are 10 facts you probably didn’t know about Sardinia, an island that will surprise you in the most unexpected ways: 1) Scientists all over the world are researching the genetic […]

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San Teodoro

San Teodoro is an energetic and beautiful little town just about a half hour South of Olbia and North of the Gulf of Orosei. Its name comes from the Church of Saint Theodore. The major attraction of this town is its amazing coast: beautiful long white thin sanded beaches alternated by high rocky granite cliffs. […]

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Trekking to the archaeological site of Tiscali

Even for people like me, who have lived in Sardinia all their life, there is always something beautiful to discover. Tiscali is an ancient village built by the Nuragic Civilization during the Bronze Age, on the top of mount Tiscali, between the Supramonte of Dorgali and the Supramonte of Oliena. This archaeological site was positioned […]

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A brief introduction to Sardinia

The island of Sardinia (Sardegna) is a jewel in the center of the Mediterranean Sea. With a population of about 1.650.000 inhabitants, it’s a melting pot of cultures, an open-air museum, and a huge archaeological site. For the variety of its landscapes, it’s considered a continent. You can run down enormous desert dunes near the […]

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The Gulf of Orosei

Gulf of Orosei, something you don’t expect. Traveling across Sardinia is like going through different phases of human history. There are some places where time has just stopped, where shepherds still wake up every morning and with a stick in their hand they take the flock out to graze; some farms away from civilization in […]

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Palau, gateway to La Maddalena National Park

Palau, the only port to La Maddalena, is a small town in the North of Sardinia, who proudly keeps an important historical past. Homer, the poet, narrates about the arrival of Ulysses during a journey through a flowery land filled with fresh spring waters and dominated by a massive rock that had a shape of […]

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La Maddalena and its Archipelago

Overview: In the archipelago of La Maddalena, populated by major and minor islands, there are seven beautiful islands plunged in a turquoise sea with incomparable transparencies: La Maddalena, Santo Stefano, Caprera, Spargi, Razzoli, Santa Maria and Budelli, always brushed by the wind and warmed by the sun. The stunning beaches of fine white sand, the […]

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