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What to Do and What to See in Sardinia

Sardinia is one of the most visited localities by tourists from all over. Thanks to its splendid, characteristic, rocky and sandy beaches, this island is truly considered a little corner of heaven.

Sardinia, Italy

Sardinia is one of the most visited localities by tourists from all over.

Thanks to its splendid, characteristic, rocky and sandy beaches, this island is truly considered a little corner of heaven.

In Sardinia there are numerous holiday resorts, suitable for everyone’s necessities, but in the province of Nuoro, you’ll find Caletta, a very characteristic town better yet a relaxing resort locality with a beautiful port where one can also fish if they like.

You’ll find yourselves staring at the surrounding , aphrodisiac beaches with thin sands and adjoining green pine forests.

In these parts, holiday resorts are infinite so choosing one is the least of your worries.

Get ready for a vacation totally immersed in tropical essence, where the waters are crystal clear and relaxing is all you need.

Alghero

If you want to experience a period of relaxation then you should definitely spend your holidays in Sardinia. One of the most characteristic places is definitely Alghero, in this city there you’ll never get bored thanks to thousands of pubs, restaurants and nightclubs, there is always a vast choice for fun.

On the streets of Alghero you will find everything, from a spot to eat a sandwich on the street to great lobster dinner bargains.

The historic center and beaches are the ideal places to unwind, walk along and meet new friends. Throughout the summer season, the streets are a living fashion, where locals dress up and make themselves pretty for partying every night.

Shops remain open till late at night, the bars are filled with music and laughter and discos with outdoor spaces allow you to spend an unforgettable holiday.

Costa Smeralda

Costa Smeralda, Sardinia

The places to visit in Costa Smeralda, Sardinia, are numerous: Capriccioli, in the National Park of Maddalena or the islands of Capuchins, Bisce,  Mortorio, Camere and the Soffi, all islands whose beauty is spellbinding.

Costa Smeralda is a place of many faces. Renowned worldwide for its tourist resorts, for extra-luxury facilities such as hotels, residences and villages and remembered as one of the places where nightlife is one of the main things, the Costa Smeralda, however, also has a “wild” side, where you can enjoy an untouched nature, in places where man has not yet arrived with its hands.

The beaches of the Costa Smeralda are definitely the main attraction, the turquoise waters, sometimes tending towards green, are an image that hardly can unsubscribe from the eyes of those who live this wonderful corner of Sardinia.

More than 50 miles of coastline offer clear beaches and rich vegetation, making this place a real charm.

The main center of the Costa Smeralda is Porto Cervo.

Its port is able to accommodate up to 700 boats, and here you’ll find trendy clubs, where evening parties are numerous and nightlife is the main attraction.

Visiting the Costa Smeralda is an experience to live not only for those who enjoy fun times and parties, but also for those who love experiencing nature at its most, by diving in beautiful waters and see the pristine places for walking.

Sardinia is a must to visit, there are many Sardinia real estate services ready to help you to spend your summer holidays, Sardinia is a beautiful region and not all expensive.

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