The island of Sardinia: a dive into the blue

Think ahead your summer holiday and do not miss a trip to the island of Sardinia with its beautiful clean beaches! Famous spots such as Poetto Beach, a city beach very close to Cagliari on the southern coast are worthy to be visited. Cagliari is  the capital of Sardinia and has an airport and a ferry port. And you can also enjoy the kite surfing, Poetto is popular both with locals and tourists. You can reach it by bus on weekends and in summertime.

If you love surfing, Torre del Poeta is a popular spot, perfect for beginners.

We go then to Alghero: founded by the Doria family of Genoa, is located on Sardinia’s northwest coast and is one of the most popular resort areas in the island. The town has a distinctive Catalan fleur. While in Alghero, go to La Bombarde: a snow-white sand touched by the smell coming from the surrounding pine forests awaits. The sea is perfect for swimming and the beach brings a number of lovely cafes and restaurants.

Down an old gravel road from Arbus, you will find the spectacular  dunes at , wild beach with foxes and sea turtles. The dunes reach 50 metres high and they are pretty famous, because here the mistral wind moves and resPiscinashapes the landscape in an exciting atmosphere you can’t miss to see and experience!

Arbus is in the southwestern part of Sardinian and south from the city of Oristano, another pretty nice place to visit; the dunes are located on the west coast near Marina di Arbus and you can reach easily by car.

The famous Costa Smeralda is located on Sardinia’s northeast coast, 30 km north of the port city of Olbia and it is made up of 80 bays and beaches.

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