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Sardinia amazes visitors with its natural contrasts, ancient traditions, and wild character, characterized by a great variety of flora and fauna. In some areas, human presence is almost rare. Located in the center of the Mediterranean with predominantly mountainous terrain, Sardinia offers visitors a unique natural environment. It features many natural treasures, such as mountain massifs rich in caves, deserted white sandy beaches, and lush forests with ancient trees. The capital of the region is Cagliari, which boasts a rich historical and artistic heritage. Within the province, the Molentargius-Saline Regional Natural Park is a rare example of an ecosystem present in heavily urbanized areas. Due to the exceptional number of birds that find refuge there, it is recognized as one of the most important areas in Europe.

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WHAT TO SEE AND DO NEAR YOUR SARDINIA HOTEL

 

The sea reigns supreme with its 2000 kilometers of coastline, making it one of the most admired in the world. The most frequented locations are Porto Cervo and its Old Port, considered the most equipped marina in the Mediterranean. La Maddalena, with its windy islands rich in natural coves and characteristic docks, is an ideal destination for sailing holidays. In the province of Cagliari, there are many beautiful beaches, far from mass tourism and often little frequented, but La Pelosa in Stintino and the Saline remain the most iconic beaches in the region. Sailing from Caprera towards the Bocche di Bonifacio, one encounters the curious phenomenon of the pink beach (due to particular corals and shells) on the island of Budelli.

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SARDINIA HOTELS AND HOLIDAYS: NOT JUST BEACHES

 

For mountain lovers, the Gennargentu is the main mountain range with its 1834 meters of altitude. Among its wonders, Sardinia tourism offers visitors the Nuraghi, ancient stone towers that are the largest and best-preserved monuments in Europe. Among the many, the Barumini complex is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. North of Alghero is Sardinia’s only lake, Lake Baratz, small (its perimeter reaches 12 kilometers) but very suggestive. It is worth taking an excursion to the Asinara National Park on the island of the same name, considered one of the most enchanting in the entire Mediterranean. Various activities can be carried out within the park: trekking, cycling, horseback riding, sailing excursions, and guided dives.

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SARDINIA TOURISM AND GASTRONOMY: WHAT TO EAT

Sardinia tourism: Sardinian cuisine is a rich and ancient heritage of flavors, capable of satisfying the most demanding palates with simple and rich natural ingredients. Besides precious extra virgin olive oil, the protagonist is wheat, used to produce the famous pane carasau, a very thin and crispy unleavened bread, baked twice. Delicious are the thick pastas: culurgiones, stuffed with a mixture of pecorino cheese, potatoes, and mint, and malloreddus, gnocchi with a sauce made of sausage, tomato, bay leaf, saffron, and pecorino. Sardinian cuisine includes various types of couscous, called fregula, with small or large grains; it can be cooked in various ways, with meat, fish, served cold, or with broth. The quintessence of Sardinian gastronomy is the porceddu, a simple milk-fed piglet roasted and served on cork trays sprinkled with myrtle branches.

Sardinia hotels
 

Seafood lovers should not miss the Alghero lobster, Cabras bottarga, burrida, and Carloforte tuna. Regarding the dairy tradition, Sardinia boasts the primacy in sheep’s milk cheese production in Europe. In addition to the various DOP pecorino cheeses, Pirittas, Bonassai, Pischedda, Frue, Brotzu, and Biancospino are also worth trying. The most important desserts of the region are pardulas with semolina and ricotta, seadas, donuts filled with sour cheese, fried, and drizzled with honey, and aranzadas, which are pastries made of almonds, oranges, and honey. The main ingredient for most characteristic sweets is almonds, used to prepare amaretti. As an accompaniment to Sardinian dishes, you cannot miss high-quality wines such as Vermentino di Gallura DOCG and Cannonau DOC. Also excellent is myrtle liqueur, available in red and white varieties, produced with the fruits of this plant that is very common on the island.

Sardinia Hotels

Book with easyholidays your sardinia hotels and save on commissions

Sardinia amazes visitors with its natural contrasts, ancient traditions, and wild character, characterized by a great variety of flora and fauna. In some areas, human presence is almost rare. Located in the center of the Mediterranean with predominantly mountainous terrain, Sardinia offers visitors a unique natural environment. It features many natural treasures, such as mountain massifs rich in caves, deserted white sandy beaches, and lush forests with ancient trees. The capital of the region is Cagliari, which boasts a rich historical and artistic heritage. Within the province, the Molentargius-Saline Regional Natural Park is a rare example of an ecosystem present in heavily urbanized areas. Due to the exceptional number of birds that find refuge there, it is recognized as one of the most important areas in Europe.

Sardinia Hotels

WHAT TO SEE AND DO NEAR YOUR SARDINIA HOTEL

 

The sea reigns supreme with its 2000 kilometers of coastline, making it one of the most admired in the world. The most frequented locations are Porto Cervo and its Old Port, considered the most equipped marina in the Mediterranean. La Maddalena, with its windy islands rich in natural coves and characteristic docks, is an ideal destination for sailing holidays. In the province of Cagliari, there are many beautiful beaches, far from mass tourism and often little frequented, but La Pelosa in Stintino and the Saline remain the most iconic beaches in the region. Sailing from Caprera towards the Bocche di Bonifacio, one encounters the curious phenomenon of the pink beach (due to particular corals and shells) on the island of Budelli.

Sardinia hotels

SARDINIA HOTELS AND HOLIDAYS: NOT JUST BEACHES

 

For mountain lovers, the Gennargentu is the main mountain range with its 1834 meters of altitude. Among its wonders, Sardinia tourism offers visitors the Nuraghi, ancient stone towers that are the largest and best-preserved monuments in Europe. Among the many, the Barumini complex is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. North of Alghero is Sardinia’s only lake, Lake Baratz, small (its perimeter reaches 12 kilometers) but very suggestive. It is worth taking an excursion to the Asinara National Park on the island of the same name, considered one of the most enchanting in the entire Mediterranean. Various activities can be carried out within the park: trekking, cycling, horseback riding, sailing excursions, and guided dives.

For all the information you need

Contact us via email at: [email protected]

SARDINIA TOURISM AND GASTRONOMY: WHAT TO EAT

Sardinia tourism: Sardinian cuisine is a rich and ancient heritage of flavors, capable of satisfying the most demanding palates with simple and rich natural ingredients. Besides precious extra virgin olive oil, the protagonist is wheat, used to produce the famous pane carasau, a very thin and crispy unleavened bread, baked twice. Delicious are the thick pastas: culurgiones, stuffed with a mixture of pecorino cheese, potatoes, and mint, and malloreddus, gnocchi with a sauce made of sausage, tomato, bay leaf, saffron, and pecorino. Sardinian cuisine includes various types of couscous, called fregula, with small or large grains; it can be cooked in various ways, with meat, fish, served cold, or with broth. The quintessence of Sardinian gastronomy is the porceddu, a simple milk-fed piglet roasted and served on cork trays sprinkled with myrtle branches.

Sardinia hotels
 

Seafood lovers should not miss the Alghero lobster, Cabras bottarga, burrida, and Carloforte tuna. Regarding the dairy tradition, Sardinia boasts the primacy in sheep’s milk cheese production in Europe. In addition to the various DOP pecorino cheeses, Pirittas, Bonassai, Pischedda, Frue, Brotzu, and Biancospino are also worth trying. The most important desserts of the region are pardulas with semolina and ricotta, seadas, donuts filled with sour cheese, fried, and drizzled with honey, and aranzadas, which are pastries made of almonds, oranges, and honey. The main ingredient for most characteristic sweets is almonds, used to prepare amaretti. As an accompaniment to Sardinian dishes, you cannot miss high-quality wines such as Vermentino di Gallura DOCG and Cannonau DOC. Also excellent is myrtle liqueur, available in red and white varieties, produced with the fruits of this plant that is very common on the island.