皇帝Sardinia is a quiet and quiet place. The charm here is a wonderful and unique coastline. On this island full of Eros wood and wild thyme, the calm atmosphere everywhere is especially suitable for tired urbanites.
GeorgezouThe Roman theater of Cagliari preserves a very complete ancient Roman architecture. It is an oval theater built on a hillside. It is one of the sights worth visiting in Cagliari. It is spectacular, composed of stones and concrete.
AUDREY0674It is said that this is the most beautiful beach and the scenery is very beautiful! The sea is light and translucent, and the surrounding scenery is quite characteristic! The parking fee varies from 1.5 to 2 Euro per hour depending on the season. It is worthwhile to lie down and blow the sea breeze and swim! Take beautiful photos.
Il Museo del Duomo di CagliariProvince of Cagliari,Italy
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Eleonora's Castle of San LuriProvince of Cagliari,Italy
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S.Y. MephistoProvince of Olbia-Tempio,Italy
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Pinus VillageProvince of Cagliari,Italy
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Chiesa di San NicolaProvince of Nuoro,Italy
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Nautica Isola RossaProvince of Olbia-Tempio,Italy
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#mynovgetaway From the high limestone peaks of the Buttes, in the central-oriental part of Sardinia, come the waters of the most impressive waterfalls of the Island, one of the many magical features in the Ogliastra area.Smooth, vertical walls, covered by holm oaks and filled with Mediterranean fragrances, rise to reach heights of a thousand metres. The Buttes or 'Tacchi' (literally meaning Heels) owe their name to their pointed shape, like the heel of a shoe and characterize the inland landscape of Ogliastra, particularly that of Ulassai. It is a territory rich in underground waters: from the limestone elevations with gushing springs and streams that, during periods of floods, are the origin of evocative waterfalls. Those of Lecorci, half a kilometre from the inhabited area, emerge at the foot of ataccu, not far beneath the cave of su Marmuri, the largest on the Island. The path of the waters continues on downstream until it reaches, after three kilometres, the waters of Lequarci, the other waterfalls of Ulassai, the most impressive in Sardinia. The waters of the river of the same name, coming from the plateau of Baulassa and Martalaussai, descend down various rivulets from a limestone amphitheatre-style cliff, making a jump of nearly a hundred metres, with a width that reaches 70 metres. Then, they flow, gushing, for another height difference of 75 metres before spilling out into a myriad of little lakes. They are seven kilometres from the village, in the locality of Santa Barbara, where a there is a monumental forest. In the vicinity, you can also visit a church that has Byzantine-Romanesque architecture.
On your nature itinerary, a green canyon awaits you and is several tens of kilometres long, accompanied by the flowing water. You can go up the Rio Lequarci rivulet, to reach the top of the waterfall, surrounded by lush vegetation. Otherwise, there are dozens of other trails that you can take, between the karst rocks.
In the centre of Anglona, nestled among gentle hills and deep, sedimentary and volcanic valleys, Martis, a village of just over 500 inhabitants, shows its ancient origins: buildings decorated with moulded cornices, iron balconies, majestic doorways and elegant terraces built by the picapedrers of the Catalan school (16th to 17th century). The village originally dates back to Roman times, as can be seen from name: there could once have been a temple dedicated to Mars here. The most important modern-day temple is the church of San Pantaleo, built in the 13th-14th century in Romanesque-Gothic style. The layout is divided into three naves by columns supporting round arches in the centre and pointed arches at the sides. The facade is dominated by a Romanesque portal and bi-coloured rose-window. The largest chapel once hosted the Miracle of San Pantaleo, by mannerist artist Andrea Lusso (1595), now kept in the parish church of San Giuseppe, which opened in 1977 and which is also home to the Dormitio Virgini statue (14th century). The church of San Giovanni (17th century) is an example of Gothic architecture, and hosts the Diocesan Museum, where you can admire liturgical vestments, holy silver articles, chalices, crowns, pyxes and statues, including the 17th century cross used for s'Iscravamentu during Holy Week. Among the smaller churches, note Madonna del Rosario (17th century) in the old town, which hosts a vaguely "Raphael-style" Nativity painting. In the countryside you can find the ruins of San Leonardo, a miniature Romanesque church. The identity of Martis comes through in its traditional costumes, which are sober and elegant, made from refined black and white fabrics.
The town is surrounded by splendid scenery. In the Badde Traes ravine, with its cliffs that plunge directly into the bed of a mountain torrent, the red of the rocks blends with the green of Mediterranean brush and ancient oaks.
Welcome to Olbia
Often ignored in the mad dash to the Costa Smeralda, Olbia has more to offer than first meets the eye. Look beyond its industrial outskirts and you’ll find a fetching city with a centro storico (historic centre) crammed with boutiques, wine bars and cafe-rimmed piazzas. Olbia is a refreshingly authentic and affordable alternative to the purpose-built resorts stretching to the north and south. Located in a beautiful bay, the port, rail and air connections make it a lively city, but the beaches, the activity and commercial center also make it a thriving place that is lived in and enjoyed by its residents as well as tourists. The heart of Olbia is Piazza Regina Margherita, with its palaces and sidewalk cafes to enjoy along with Piazza Matteotti, enjoyed by the city's hip set. Corso Umberto is the main shopping street, lined with boutiques and stores, restaurants and cafes. Besides the area's beautiful beaches, there are plenty of sports to enjoy here, including horse riding, biking and hiking in the nearby hills, 4-wheel tours, and water sports like diving, sea kayaking and boating. There are boats that will take you to unspoiled islands of the Marine Protected Area or cruise along the rocky coastline.
Everyday, find a reason to celebrate 🎉
This was our last dinner in Sardinia 😩 we cannot wait to find a way back to this enchanted island. At dinner, we celebrated a beautiful journey around the northern coasts of this island filled with excitemnt, romance, and some of the most electric blue water we've ever seen
The Escape Artists
What an incredible experience!!! Castelsardo is a medieval castle in Sardigna, Italy. It has the greatest views of the sea and the history all combined together, the locals are very welcoming and serviciable. it is a must see if you are visiting Sardigna.
Very much recommended! Also make sure you have some time to visit the church and the temple in the castelsardo area!!! a must see!
Fratelli was originally translated as brother in Italian, meaning two famous chefs and brothers. The restaurant also offers a variety of different dining experiences for diners. I want to say that the most worthy of it is Bianca Pizza. With a crispy Brata cheese from Puglia, the fresh green leaf salad is enough to surprise every picky mouth.