A Short Guide To Piscinas Dunes And Ingurtosu, Sardinia

Piscinas Dunes Ingurtosu

Piscinas Dunes, in Sardinia’s Costa Verde (Green Coast) are among the most incredible, surreal, breathtaking landscapes on the island. Not far from it, Ingurtosu is an intriguing, mysterious abandoned mining village that calls to be explored. A visit of Piscinas and Ingurtosu, with the Laveria Brassey mine, can be combined in the same day and … Read more

A Short Guide To Molara Island, Sardinia

Molara

Molara is one of the smallest islands off the coast of Sardinia. Located right next to the larger and more famous Tavolara island, and with that part of the Protected Marine Area of Tavolara Punta Coda Cavallo. It is easy to reach from Olbia, and a really unique place, yet unknown to tourism – in … Read more

The Best Guide To Tavolara Island, Sardinia

Tavolara island Sardinia

Tavolara is one of the nicest islands of Sardinia, and if you are planning a summer or early fall trip to the northeast of the region, you should try to include it in your itinerary. Part of the Protected Marine Area of Tavolara Punta Coda Cavallo – which includes 15,000 hectares of sea and around … Read more

The Ultimate Guide To Sant’Antioco, Sardinia

Sant'Antioco

Sant’Antioco is located on the southwest of Sardinia and is the fourth biggest island in the Mediterranean Sea, after Sicily, Sardinia itself, and Elba Island. Part of the Sulcis Archipelago of which also San Pietro Island is part, it’s famous because of its astounding beaches, but it has a lot more to offer than that! … Read more

Which Are The Islands Of Sardinia?

La Maddalena

Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean, right after Sicily. But did you know there are many islands of Sardinia that you can also visit? Some of the smaller islands of Sardinia are inhabited – you will find charming, quaint villages: that’s the case of Sant’Antioco and San Pietro islands. Others are completely … Read more

A Complete Guide To Calasetta, Sardinia

lighthouses in Sardinia

Calasetta – or Cala di Seta, as it used to be known – is one of the most charming small towns in Sardinia, and if you are exploring the south of the island you should make it a point to visit, at least for a day. This small town features bright white buildings; colorful balconies … Read more

The Best Boat Trips To La Maddalena

La Maddalena

Boat trips to La Maddalena are the best way to enjoy this archipelago if you are short on time or you don’t have your own boat to go around. The good news is that there are many tours available – for any budget and taste. Whether you want to splurge on a private boat and … Read more

A Complete Guide To Carloforte And Isola Di San Pietro, Sardinia

Carloforte Isola di San Pietro

Located in the beautiful Isola di San Pietro, in the Sulcis Archipelago in southern Sardinia, Carloforte is one of the most beautiful, unique places to visit in Sardinia. Recently made nationally famous by a TV Series (L’Isola di Pietro), the island has retained all of its local character. Blessed with beautiful sandy beaches, small rocky … Read more

The Best Guide To La Maddalena, Sardinia

La Maddalena

Situated in northeastern Sardinia, the archipelago of La Maddalena is a dreamy place to visit. Made up of a whopping 62 islands (most of them truly tiny), and officially titled the National Park of the Archipelago of La Maddalena, this protected paradise is home to some stunning slices of nature. From adventurous hikes that cut … Read more

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