The beach of Piscinas, with its sand mountains carved by the mistral wind, can offer you the incomparable vision of the Sardinian deer that, at dawn, goes to the sea.
The mines of Porto Flavia and Montevecchio, whose ruins of the mining villages are reminiscent of ghost scenarios from the far West. Do not miss the Masua beach, in front of which stands the Pan di Zucchero, a 133-meter-high limestone cliff. Carloforte, the most important center of the Island of San Pietro, where everyone holds the Girotonno festival, in honor of the island’s sovereign fish.
Is Arenas Biancas is a kilometer long stretch of very clear and soft sandy hills that reach thirty meters in height.The beach offers a dream panorama between Portofino and Teulada
Pula, with its lively squares and the artistic heritage of the archaeological area of ​​Nora, inserted in a dream natural environment, will make your trip an opportunity for reflection on the civilizations of the past.
Cagliari, the capital of the island, a city of artistic beauties that chase each other through the streets of historic districts. Cagliari is good food, art galleries, shopping and nature. Stroll along via Roma observing the port and enjoy an aperitif at sunset from the Bastione di Saint Rémy.