Neptune's Grotto is a stalactite cave near the town of Alghero on the island of Sardinia, Italy.
A superb beach with clean water and fine-grained sand which attracts big crowds at times. Nice place for a relaxing afternoon.
Santa Teresa Gallura Sardinya'nın Sassari ilinde bir komün ve küçük kasabadır. Yüzölçümü 102,29 km²'dir.
The most northern point of Sardinia where you can observe enormous granite rocks that have been modelled over the years into the most…
Bu beyaz kumlu plaj, Avrupa'nın en pahalı yerlerinden biri olan Costa Smeralda bölgesinin bir parçasıdır.
An impressive castle situated on a steep cliff over the sea, overlooking the picturesque village of the same name.
Santu Antine is one of the largest nuraghi in Sardinia. It is located in the centre of the Cabu Abbas plain.
A breath-taking rock formation. It really does look like a bear!
Coddu Vecchiu is a Nuragic funerary monument located near Arzachena in northern Sardinia, dating from the Bronze Age.
One of the favorite tourist destinations due to its beautiful turqouise water and a beautiful mountainous scenery in the background.
Shut off to traffic in the evenings, this picturesque streets turns into a busy, lively spot flooded with people of all ages.
Asinara is an Italian island of 52 km2 in area. The name is Italian for "donkey-inhabited", but it is thought to derive from the Latin …
Asinara is the second largest island of Sardinia after Sant'Antioco. It houses a great variety of habitats.
Ozieri Sardinya'nın Sassari ilinde bir komün ve küçük kasabadır. Yüzölçümü 252,13 km²'dir.
The Basilica della Santissima Trinità di Saccargia is a church in the comune of Codrongianos, northern Sardinia, Italy.
One of the best Nuraghic sites on the islands. Fascinating stone structures built thousands of years ago by a mysterious civilization.
Nereo Cave is a huge underwater sea-cave situated on the north-west of Sardinia in the Coral riviera of Alghero, Italy.
These beautiful natural spas attract many tourist as well as locals. The thermal springs are really fun.
Monte d'Accoddi is a Neolithic archaeological site in northern Sardinia, located in the territory of Sassari.