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Rena Majori - Aglientu
Beyond a shady pine forest, walking through dense juniper bushes, you'll come upon the brightly coloured countryside of Rena Majori, a strip of white, incredibly find sand that slips into an enchanting coloured sea, bordered...
Capo Coda Cavallo - San Teodoro
One of the symbols of Sardinia. Capo Coda Cavallo is a strip of granitic land that extends into a stretch of sea sheltered by the impressive mass of Tavolara, with the smooth rocks of Molara and the picturesque islet of Proratora...
Cannigione - Arzachena
It is located on the western side of the largest and deepest ria, that is an inlet created by a river mouth, in the northeastern part of Sardinia. Cannigione, a district of Arzachena, originally a fishing village, is a renowned...
Spiaggia di Pittulongu - Olbia
This is the favourite beach of the inhabitants of Olbia, about eight kilometres from the town, on the road that leads to Golfo Aranci. Famous also as Puntale Lungo, La Playa di Pittulongu is a splendid and extensive ‘half-moon’...
Veduta di Buddusò
Rising 750 metres above sea level in the southern part of the homonymous plateau, Buddusò is in the Monte Acuto. The village perhaps derives its name from the moniker biddisò (sparrow), after having been initially known as...
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This necropolis is hewn into a granite outcrop on the Buddusò tableland. It consists of 6 rock-cut tombs dating from 3200-2800 BC. Some domus have single chambers while others are of the multi-cell type. One of the domus shows...
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The archaeological area is on the summit of a hill which gives a far-ranging view over the surrounding valleys, on the granite upland plain of Buddusò. The necropolis dates from 3200-2800 BC, and consists of some 16 rock-hewn...
Porto Cervo veduta
Undisputed capital of the Costa Smeralda, Porto Cervo is a district of Arzachena, a town in the Gallura area, with just a few hundred residents. In the summer, it becomes an extraordinary procession of hundreds of yachts and...
Roccia dell'orso -  Palau
According to Victor Bérard, a writer and scholar of Homer, Capo d'Orso is the only place in the Mediterranean identifiable as being the 'land of the Laestrygonians', the giant cannibals who were the protagonists of...
Porto Ottiolu
A captivating little village, a white beach, cobalt blue sea and a tourist port among the most well-equipped in Sardinia. Porto Ottiolu is a splendid bay situated halfway between Budoni, of which it is a district, and San Teodoro...