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Sardinia’s famous Costa Smeralda, a 12-mile stretch of dreamy shoreline along the northeast, attracts travelers looking to immerse themselves in la dolce vita. And, with its white-sand beaches, turquoise waters, rugged coastline, ancient archaeological sites, and fascinating culture and traditions, who could blame them? The Mediterranean Island truly does have it all. The island — with its idyllic mountains and tranquil villages, giving way to bustling resort towns along its rocky coastline — offers an abundance of activities for every type of traveler and the island will leave a lasting impression on you.


Things to do in Sardinia

Asinara island

Asinara island

The uninhabited Asinara island — a ferry ride from Porto Torres or Stintino in the northwest — is famous for prisons and donkeys. Known as Italy’s Alcatraz, the island was a place of detention for captured soldiers during the Second World War, and later for criminals (including mafia members). Since 1997, though, it has been a national park, a popular place for hiking, cycling and enjoying weird and wonderful wildlife.

La Maddalena

La Maddalena

A day trip to La Maddalena is a must. This archipelago and national park — made up of seven islands — offers some of the region’s best nature, hiking, diving and beaches. The “capital” of La Maddalena is your gateway, a half-hour ferry crossing from the port of Palau, and a graceful town with good restaurants and shops. From here, you can take boat trips to the more remote outcrops, including the wild coves of Spargi, and the famously pink-sanded beach of Spiaggia Rosa.



Cagliari is where most tourists arrive, but it shouldn’t be viewed simply as a springboard to places elsewhere. Sardinia’s capital deserves some time in its own right. The historical city centre is a great spot to stroll. The Castello quarter, a citadel set high above the sea, has narrow alleys, characterful medieval architecture and a pair of 14th-century watchtowers.

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