A Short Guide To Cala Murtas, Sardinia

Cala Murtas

One of the best dog friendly beaches in Southern Sardinia, in the Sarrabus region, Cala Murtas is actually such a nice place that you shouldn’t consider visiting only if you have a dog! Sure enough, I go there every summer, as this is one of the lesser known beaches on the island and as such … Read more

A Short Guide To Narcao, Sardinia

Narcao Miniere Rosas

Located in the lower Sulcis region, about one hour drive from Sardinia’s capital, Cagliari, but a million miles away in spirit, Narcao is a small town of no more than 3000 people and with a very distinct character. The village is surrounded by mountains covered in thick vegetation – Mediterranean scrub, but also oak trees, … Read more

The Best Local Guide To Costa Rei, Sardinia

Costa Rei

Costa Rei is a magical place. Situated on the southeast coast of Sardinia, approximately a one hour drive from Cagliari, it is a series of stunning beaches and beautiful landscapes. I have been going to Costa Rei since I was born. As a baby, my parents would take me camping there. As the years rolled … Read more

A Useful Guide To Pula, Sardinia

Pula

Pula, a small town in southern Sardinia, and its surroundings are among the prettiest and most diverse areas in the region. People go there all year round: summer is indeed the best season if you love sunbathing, but surf and kite surf fans adore its beaches’ winter waves. The village is located less than 40 … Read more

A Short Guide To San Sperate

san sperate

If you’re visiting the area of Cagliari during your stay in Sardinia, you can’t miss a one-day trip to San Sperate, one of the countless hidden gems on the island! This small village located only a few kilometers from Cagliari, became famous in the 1970s thanks to Pinuccio Sciola, a local artist who begun a … 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

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

A Complete Guide To Villasimius, Sardinia

Villasimius

Villasimius is one of the best holiday destinations in Sardinia. This small village on the south-east coast of Sardinia is an incredibly pleasant place to visit. At the end of an intense day by the beach or visiting the surroundings, (basically you can go to a different beach every day for more than two weeks), … Read more

A Quick Guide To Visiting Su Nuraxi, Sardinia

Su Nuraxi

Su Nuraxi is the most famous nuraghe in Sardinia, and if you are planning on visiting the south of the island you really should not miss the chance to go. I have lost count of how many times I have visited, and each time I am captured by its mystery. If you have checked my … Read more

A Quick Guide To Masua Pan Di Zucchero, Sardinia

Masua Pan di Zucchero

Also known as Porto Cauli, Masua Pan di Zucchero beach is located right by the tiny village of Masua, in the south-western coast of Sardinia. Often mentioned among the best beaches in Sardinia, this small cove takes its name from the Pan di Zucchero massive stack that emerges from the water right in front of … Read more