Sardinia is a beautiful island in the Mediterranean and is the second-largest island in Italy. It boasts over 2000km of coastline and is visited by millions of tourists every year. It is famous for its outstanding beaches, yet the island offers so much more, from a rich history to culture to food. This guide will take you on an unforgettable journe...

The village of Seulo in Sardinia is in the middle of the region’s hills and mountains. It’s not by the cool and famous beaches of the island. On the contrary, it’s surrounded by pine trees, nature, and fresh, blue water rivers. Still, the salty air of the Mediterranean arrives here, in the inland. And this mix of fresh air and gorgeous nature might...

The wines of Sardinia are just as intriguing as the island's food. Recent studies have highlighted how Cannonau, the most popular regional red, is one of the Mediterranean's oldest grape varieties. When it comes to the island's most famous grape, Vermentino – a white varietal that's widespread throughout the island –  gives Cannonau a run for its m...

Imagine being immersed in crystal-clear waters surrounded by unspoilt nature and beautiful scenery. Imagine being in a place where history and nature come together to create an extraordinary place where you can lose yourself looking at the horizon: Alghero is all of this. Located in the north-western part of Sardinia, on the Riviera del Corallo, Al...

Guarding is the mission of the islanders who inhabit Sardinia, whether it's an ancient vineyard, the black sheep of Arbus, or eccentric glasses crafted by a designer from Cagliari. There's plenty to discover here beyond the beautiful sea. “Natural garden,” is how Gian Piero Frau refers to his three-hectare field in Siddi, a town of just over 600 in...

Sardinia never fails to intrigue on all fronts, and the foods of Sardinia are inherently intriguing in and of themselves. Given that it's the second-largest island in the Mediterranean, it's easy to assume that seafood stands front and center in the gastronomic culture.  But malaria arrived on Sardinia during the Carthage invasion of 215 BC and was...

Gallura is a historical denomination of the north-eastern geographic area of Sardinia, comprised to the west by the Coghinas river, to the south by Mount Limbara, and to the south-east by Mount Nieddu, as far as the municipality of Budoni. Here, the eastern boundary is represented by the river of the same name that flows through the above-mentioned...

Costa Smeralda: 55 kilometres of coastline with crystal-clear sea and landscapes in which to lose yourself and recharge your batteries, while the seabed offers a spectacle of rare beauty and a multitude of animal and plant life. Specifically, we are in the north-east of Sardinia from the Gulf of Arzachena to the Gulf of Cugnana. Porto Cervo Costa S...

Near the north-eastern tip of Sardinia, near the Bocche di Bonifacio, an archipelago of 62 islands and islets seems to have been created especially to surprise those who do not like to settle. The jagged coastline hides elegant views, almost unexplored coves and white sandy beaches. The largest and only inhabited island is La Maddalena, which gives...

Alghero is one of the most characteristic beauties of Sardinia. The town’s close ties to Spain, Catalunya in particular, go back to the 14th Century when the House of Aragon’s domination began. The Municipality’s coat of arms is still inspired by that of Catalonia and you will hear the language spoken by more than 20% of the locals. For this reason...