Transparent waters wash kilometres and kilometres of free coastline, with landscapes made up of inlets, reefs, coves and an infinity of beaches. A short walk will take you to some of them and you will never find yourself elbow to elbow with neighbouring beach umbrellas even in mid-August. You will find others set among fantastic reefs, close to cool pine forests, soft sand dunes and natural oases inhabited by pink flamingos. Each speaks its own language: there are precious, delicate ones that it will seem an insult to walk on, while others are so wild that you will feel the thrill of being the first to set foot on them and sometimes their past experience comes before their beauty. You could experience a different one (or more than one) every day, but a lifetime of holidays in Sardinia would not be enough to discover the vastness of its sea.