Sardinia

Sardinia, the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea after Sicily, is a mainly mountainous region with a vast and charming natural environment. In fact, the presence of man does not seem to affect this territory: great wild surfaces still preserve their natural composition. The sea reigns over Sardinia with its colors that migrate into the coves, along the coasts, towards the beaches. Those who prefer the mountains can explore the area of Gennargentu, the vastest mountain range in Sardinia, with its peculiar landscape: this region is rich in flora and fauna.20130819-181823.jpgYou can easily tour the whole island, if you like driving sinuous streets and roads and do not expect to go faster than 50km/h … and are not afraid to meet goats and cows in the middle of the road … In 18 days, we easily visited the eight provinces of Sardinia. The Ogliastra province is certainly the most beautiful one : it is the most mountainous and least populous province, but you’ll find there the most authentic and unbelievable natural landscapes and meet with the real Sardinia. During these 18 days we visited : Cagliari, Galleria comunale d’arte in Cagliari, Villagrande, Lanusei, Jerzu, Ulassai, Grotta di Su Marmuri, Urzulei, Tortoli, Arbatax, Baunei, Gorropu, Silana, Dorgali, Golfe di Orosei (Cala Gonone to Cala Sisine), Olbia, Porto Rotondo, Tempio Pausania, Perfugas, Sedini, Butzi, Castelsardo, Alghero, Bosa, Magomadas, Tresnuraghes, Montevecchio, Iglesias, Porto Flavia, Carbonia.

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