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With over 1,000 miles of unspoilt coastline, Sardinia is one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean, and the second largest after its Sicilian sister. White sand, secluded bays, gorgeous inlets, and that mesmerising turquoise sea, the coast dishes out instant wow factor. Inland is just as compelling and those who travel through its interior, find a wild, remote landscape that drops from towering mountain peaks and forested hills down to vast valleys and canyons. Wild horses roam free and old shepherd huts and mysterious Nuraghe ruins (Bronze Age stone towers) dot the landscape. Here, life for many is simple, and travellers experience a real sense of a time gone by. Most do visit Sardinia for its spectacular coastline and whether you head to the super-chic, yacht-filled Costa Smeralda in the north-east, the beautiful west coast beaches around Alghero or to the vast dunes and sun-soaked family resorts of the south, the beaches are some of the best in the Med. And with a thriving beach scene comes that holiday vibe. Italians like nothing more than socialising over good food and wine with family and friends, and Sardinia is no different. A foodies’ paradise, pizza and pasta are of course staples, but Sardinia is also a farming island, so meat (especially roasted suckling pig), cheese, salamis, olives and bread, also feature heavily on menus. And on the coast,n you can feast on the catch-of-the-day washed down with a crisp glass of local wine or a cold Ichnusa beer. Happy holidays.


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