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Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean sea after Sicily and it is considered one of the most beautiful and unspoiled seas. The coastline of the island offers a variety that cannot be compared with any other place, with its wide white beaches, intimate coves, sheer cliffs where deep caves often appear: an endless number of picturesque nooks that form a world apart in the Mediterranean basin.

The inland is equally unspoiled and unexpectedly vast and fascinating. A landscape with mountains, plains, forests, lakes and ponds, caves.

Because of its geographic position in the middle of the Mediterranean sea, Sardinia has always represented a colonizers' destination: Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans. It is an island rich in history and legends and everywhere there are traces of ancient human settlements. Ancient monuments dominate the landscape, creating one of the biggest “open air” archaeological museum in the world. The “nuraghe” is the monument symbol of Sardinia, still partially surrounded by mystery.

The Sardinian climate looks as if it were made for the purpose of tourism. It is typically Mediterranean with hot summers from May to September, warm autumns with very little risk of unexpected rains and short, mild winters.