Thousands of kilometres of coastline designed by a bold but divine hand and, to welcome you ashore, a network of marinas, landings and tourist ports. That's not all... just behind the ports, lies the other Sardinia, where the great soul of the island resides, guarding ancient traditions and thousands of years of culture. It’s a pity to set foot on land without visiting places marked by prehistoric times, with nuraghi, domus de Janas and sacred wells or stopping off at the little villages and hamlets where customs and traditions with an ancient flavour still exist. You can meet the local people, join the local festivals and celebrations and purchase some of the excellent artistic handicrafts and food and wine products, right there where they are produced. Why not eat at one of the numerous tables, from award-winning restaurants offering innovative flavours mixed with tradition, to lunch in a barn, with roast meats, rivers of Cannonau wine and a nice glass of myrtle liqueur at the end of your meal.
Then you can set off again towards another port along ever-changing stretches of coastline, where the marine environment is a magnificent sight. You might also choose to moor in the heart of oases and marine parks with their Caribbean waters, thinking you are on the other side of the world, while you are really in the middle of the Mediterranean, just a stone's throw from home.