Sardinia is often love at first sight to its new visitors and for good reason.
With some of the dreamiest beaches you will find on European shores. Imagine sheer craggy-cliffs plummeting into deep emerald waters below, strewn with magnificent flowers and cradled by shimmering sands below;
this is the exquisite island of Sardinia.
Just off the Italian coast, it has mountains to climb, delicious agriturismi in which to dine and alluring hidden bays to discover.
At times it is hard to believe that the sand really is that white and the sea really is that blue.
The island celebrates its own unique take on its neighbouring Italian cuisine, with distinct and delicious versions of pasta, bread and dolci, its own wines and cheeses. With such a rich heritage and history, Sardinia is scattered with charming old towns and towers dating back to the Bronze age.
Shaped by its own language and colourful culture and vibrant traditions, Sardinians are proud of their island, and so they should be.