Sardinia has always been one of the most well-loved locations for seaside holidays. Its towns draw a large number of tourists not only from Italy but also from all over the world.
In size it is considered the second-largest island in the Mediterranean and it enjoys a geographical location that is central and allows for doing business and going on cultural excursions in nearby areas.
The region is truly varied, rich with characteristic mountains and hillsides, but also with fascinating plains, rivers and lakes. Its coasts possess singular beauty and fascination, surrounded by many islets that make the area unique and precious: among these is the Gulf of Asinara to the north, the Gulf of Orosei to the east, and those of Alghero and Oristano to the west.
What makes the nearly 1900 km of coastal land unique is the turquoise colour of the water and the sugar fine sand that is so white it makes the beaches of Sardinia look very much like tropical beaches.
The aquatic landscapes populating the coastal towns that emerge in all their splendour are fascinating for their complexity and richness of colours and for the extraordinary clarity of the water. A unique spectacle that deserves to be explored. The fascinating natural caves, considered among the oldest in Italy, are also worthy of a visit. The speleological heritage of Sardinia counts upwards of 1500 sites.