Although Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean, it is second to none in the emotion evoked by its bountiful landscape, its unique archaeological heritage of over 5000 years, its enticing flavors and the character and longevity of its people.
Every place in Sardinia, both on the coast and in its interior, is fascinating to discover, an unforgettable land. The visitor is welcomed by an evocative atmosphere, which reveals a treasure trove of cultural, natural and enogastronomic treasures.
A Wide Range of Natural Attractions
It is true that the sea, beaches and islands are the primary tourist attractions in the region, but also the mountains, hills, plateaus and plains crossed by rivers and lakes, ponds and lagoons, constitute destinations of great interest for the natural beauty they offer.
You can travel just a few kilometers inland from the coast to discover the varied and luxuriant Mediterranean scrub, which has developed thanks to the mild climate of the island. The mastic, the rock rose, the berries and the renowned myrtle are just some examples of the typical Sardinian evergreen vegetation.
Continuing towards the innermost areas, we find woods of cork oaks, holm oaks, ancient junipers and millenary olive trees. Few know it, but Sardinia is the Italian region with the largest forest area, it has recovered remarkably well from deforestation thanks to the establishment of numerous and large natural parks.
Moving further north, in Upper Gallura we find the Archipelago di La Maddalena, with its seven islands and various islets. The notoriety of the wild beauty of this corner of the Mediterranean has now crossed international borders, creating an increasing interest in these breathtaking places. This area has achieved the important prerogative of having remained intact ecologically: the numerous beaches, bays, coves and creeks fringed with thick vegetation all have a common denominator, the crystal clear water. Only Isola La Maddalena and Caprera can be visited by car. To fully enjoy the beauty of the Archipelago and discover its secrets, you need to travel by boat.
In the territory of Santa Teresa di Gallura we find an isthmus that leads to Capo Testa, a rocky promontory sculpted by the wind and full of historical relics, such as the nuragic village of Lu Brandali and the Roman Quarries in Cala di Levante. The path that leads to the lighthouse at the top of the promontory is a sensory overload of colors and perfumes that ends in an unforgettable view.
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