Your Guide To The Astounding Island Of Asinara

Asinara

Asinara is a small, uninhabited island that sits off the northwestern coast of the stunning Italian island of Sardinia. Asinara is just 52 square kilometers in size and is one of Sardinia’s most incredible national parks, as well as a wildlife and marine preserve.  A trip to Sardinia isn’t complete without visiting this rustic and … Read more

12 Fantastic Alghero Restaurants

Best Alghero restaurants

There are many fantastic Alghero restaurants. This is a city of a thousand colors and traditions. This small town in northwestern Sardinia, which has been inhabited and influenced by the Catalan since the Middle Ages and still keeps a very Catalan soul, has so much to offer to the tourists and is a very popular … Read more

A Guide To Visiting Sella E Mosca Winery, Alghero

Sella e Mosca winery

Sella e Mosca is one of the most important Sardinian wineries, and by far the largest on the island. It produces several wines with the most famous endemic grapes, and many other less famous variants. The vineyards and the winery are located in Alghero, the headquarters immersed in the Alghero countryside. The property there is … Read more

A Guide To Nuraghe Palmavera, Sardinia

Nuraghe Palmavera

Together with Su Nuraxi of Barumini, Nuraghe Palmavera is one of the best kept nuraghe in Sardinia and a must see when in Alghero. If you happen to be visiting this part of the island, you will have no shortage of fun activities to enjoy and places to visit. But while most travelers visit Sardinia … Read more

The Best Guide To Stintino, Sardinia

La Pelosa

Stintino is located on the furthest north-western point of Sardinia and is the closest village to Asinara Island, only a few kilometers away from it: on some days when the water is calm and the air is extremely clean, it almost looks like the two pieces of land stretch to try and touch each other. … Read more

The Best Guide To Castelsardo, Sardinia

Castelsardo

Castelsardo is located inside the Asinara Gulf and was founded by the Genoese Doria family, who originally called it “Castel Genovese”. It is included in the “100 Most Beautiful Italian Villages” chart and, thanks to the beautiful beaches and cityscape it offers, there is no wonder why. The castle (castello) that gives the name to … Read more

A Quick Guide To La Pelosa, Stintino

La Pelosa

La Pelosa is one of the most beautiful and most photographed beaches in Sardinia. At its northwestern tip, this small beach with beautiful, fine sand and shallow, transparent waters is and a favorite spot for locals and tourists alike, and it’s easy to see why: it is incredibly scenic, and its conformation makes it a … Read more

A Quick Guide To Cala Spinosa, Sardinia

Cala Spinosa

A short distance from one of Sardinia’s prime holiday destinations – Santa Teresa di Gallura; and right in Capo Testa, Cala Spinosa is a tiny, rocky cove with the most pristine, clear waters you can imagine, perfect to snorkel. With stunning views over the Bocche di Bonifacio (Mouths of Bonifacio) and overlooking Corsica, it’s a … Read more

A Short Guide To Arzachena, Sardinia

Costa Smeralda north sardinia beaches

Arzachena is the original core of Costa Smeralda: this concept was in fact created right here in 1962 by Prince Karim Aga Khan IV. This small town in northern Sardinia is mostly famous for its beaches and tourist resorts, but you’d be surprised about how many more things it has to offer. Did you know … Read more

How To Get From Olbia Airport To The City Center

Costa Smeralda north sardinia beaches

Olbia is one of the hottest tourist destinations in Sardinia, because of its vicinity to the beautiful Costa Smeralda. If you decide to visit this part of the island, chances are you will be flying into Olbia Airport. If you are planning to visit this region, you may want to base yourself in Olbia as … Read more