The second largest Island in the Mediterranean, Sardinia is known for its 2,000 km of stuning coastline and its perfectly crystal blue waters. From the silky white sands of the Cala Brandinchi to the pink flamingos of Stagno di San Teodoro lagoon, Sardinia has a lot of beach to choose from, and all will more than please the beach lovers amongst you.
But it has offerings a plenty other than its beautiful shorelines. Its history is deep, and all over the island there are remnants of prehistoric villages, stone towers (known as Nuraghi) and various different tombs, acting as majestic puzzle pieces still waiting to be put together. Its underground and beneath shoreline extensive labyrinth of intruiging caves adds to the wonder and beautiful mystery of the island's history.
Sardinia is also (perhaps surprisingly) an island of wonderfully eccentric festivals: Barbagia’s carnival parade of ghoulish mamuthones is said to banish winter demons and the death-defying S’Ardia horse race in Sedilo is quite an opportunity not to be missed.
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As Sardinia lies off the south coast of Italy, it experiences a Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and long, hot summers, and the amount of rainfall is fairly consistent throughout the year. Read More
May (last weekend) - Cantine Aperte (Open Wine Cellars)
August (9th and 10th) - ‘Calici di stelle’ food and wine festival in two places, Dorgali and Romangia / Sennori
September / October - Cantine Aperte (Open Wine Cellars) during the harvest
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