- The temple of Monte d'Accoddi
- Asinara National Park
- Museo del Corallo
- Maddalena Archipelago National Park
- The Festival of Sant-Efisio (celebration begins on May 1st)
With 2000 km of rugged coastline and white sand beaches, Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean.
In Sardinia, you can find glamorous resorts just a short walk from medieval castles and villages, including Cagliari and Sassari.
Pristine sandy beaches and turquoise waters have attracted both modern sun worshippers and historic conquerers for centuries.
History buff? Check out Sardinia’s mysterious stone “nuraghe”, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From the Bronze Age, this defensive structure is the finest of its kind and unparalleled in the world.
A Mediterranean paradise, most of Sardinia’s jagged landscape is accessible by sea only. Cruise the Maddalena Archipelago National Park and Marine Reserve or the bays of Sardinia’s Emerald Coast.
Regardless of your itinerary, Sardinia offers magnificent dining, picturesque towns, superb snorkelling and boutique shopping.
Best Time to Visit
The best time to visit Sardinia is from May through September.
The weather in summer is incredibly hot and flocks of people crowd the beaches.