The Italians call it Sardegna, the French Sardaigne and the Dutch Sardinië. This Italian subtropical island located south of the French island of Corsica, is also the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. An important port is located in the capital, Cagliari, where attractions such as the beautiful town hall and castle on a hill, Sardinian archaeological museum and a Roman amphitheatre can be found. An excursion to Grotta di Nettuno, the beautiful caves west of the city of Alghero , should not be missed on a holiday in Sardinia. Nature lovers also get what they want. The islands of the archipelago La Maddalena and the town of San Teodoro are the perfect places to take long walks and enjoy the amazing views. Other places worth visiting are: Sassari, Nuoro, Oristano and Olbia. Temperatures in summer lay around 26 degrees, which is obviously great beach weather! The most famous beaches are located on the Costa Smeralda, called Cala di Volpe, Porto Cervo and Poltu Cuatu. Despite the fact that Sardinia is an island, fish is not the specialty of this island, but roasted meat. Visit a local market in the evening, where it is possible to taste different specialties, such as pig on a roasting spit. The Sardinian wines are relatively unknown, but no less tasty! Try a glass of pleasant red Vermentino Di Sardegna, which combines delicious with local meat specialties. It is possible to reach Sardinia by car on the ferry. Various airlines also fly to Sardinia, including low-cost airlines.
Villa is situated in the locality of La Conia in the beautiful gulf of Arzachena. The Villa is surrounded by a large, well-tended garden that borders directly with the beach below, accessed through a small gate. The coastline is ch... read more »