Sardinia

Sardinia

Sardinia is the second largest island of the Mediterranean, situated in the center of the western Mediterranean, is only 12 km from Corsica, 120 km from Tuscany, 185 km from the coast of North Africa.
 
Sailing to discover extraordinary landscapes, through small and large inlets bays with dazling white sand, inaccessible cliffs, exclusive destinations frequented by the jet-set and unspoilt tracts... Situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, Sardinia with its app. 1.800 kilometres of coastline, is one of the most popular destinations for people who love aquatic sports and seaside holidays, not only for its natural beauty and geographical position but also for its history. The sea around this large Mediterranean Island (second only to Sicily in size among all Mediterranean Islands) is among the most beautiful and transparent in all the world. From the sea one can admire not only the long fine grained sandy beaches but also trachyte rocks, calcareous cliffs, granite rock faces and dark masses of schists. Sailing along the coast the unmistakable perfume of "macchia Mediterranea" (the Mediterranean shrub), which characterises almost all Sardinian landscapes, is ever present. The wind carries the aroma of myrtle, arbutus, rosemary and wild juniper and fills the cabin with sweet scented air. These fragrances are an inducement to stop at one of the many landing places along the coast of the Island, not only for a stopover, but also for some excursions inland. Sardinia offers visitors an array of gastronomic specialities from the ancient cooking traditions of the shepherds to the sea food specialities of the coast. Furthermore, is rich in both handicrafts and arts, its carpets, baskets, pottery and its gold filigree jewellery are both unique and of the highest quality.
 
Here is a series of thematic links that will allow you to learn more about what that Sardinia has to offer to any tourist: