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Enjoy the mix of Italian and Catalan influences on the most exciting seaside town in the north-western cost of Sardinia.


A typical Sardinian village situated 4 km from the sea on the east coast, characterized by long sandy beaches and the crystal-clear blue water.


This romantic town situated along the banks Sardinia’s only navigable river, has a friendly, local atmosphere.


This vibrant town is a fascinating place with stunning ancient buildings, a bustling port, a beautiful beach and an infectious lively atmosphere.

Cala Gonone

Unknown to tourists until recently, Cala Gonone enclosed between the sea and high mountains, offers a huge variety of unspoiled natural landscapes.


Carloforte is a picturesque fishing village which maintains the intrigue of a traditional ligurian village with its pastel-coulored houses and cobbled streets.


Perched on a large promontory facing the sea, Castelsardo is one of the most beautiful medieval villages of Italy, offering postcard-like views.


The seaside resort of Costa Rei boasts 8 km of uncontaminated golden sandy beaches listed among the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world.

Green Coast

Off the beaten track, the Costa Verde is probably one of the wildest and really unspoiled areas of the south-eastern side of Sardinia.

La Maddalena Archipelago

La Maddalena archipelago is famous worldwide for its landscapes of rare beauty and a national marine reserve extending over a total area of 18,000 hectares of land and sea.


Known as “the happy town”, Olbia is a refreshingly authentic and affordable town in the north-eastern corner of the island which has enough charm to merit attention.


The Golfo di Orosei is the longest coastal tract in Italy without any signs of human habitation. The small and colourful town preserved and keep most of their original Sardinian traits.


Palau, a busy town with a modern touristic port on the north-eastern coast, is famous for a particular rock that looks like a big bear looking out on the sea.

Beach wedding in Sardinia

Pula – Chia

Known for tourism and its animated local centre, Pula is one of the most charming places on the south-west coast, also famous for the largest golf course in Sardinia.

San Teodoro

Easy to access, San Teodoro is the ideal destination for a relaxed and fun-filled seaside vacation. This exciting town offers an international and relaxed vibe.

Sant’Antioco – Calasetta

The island of Sant’Antioco, situated in the south-western part of Sardinia, offers to its visitors a spectacular sea, a warm Sardinian hospitality and the typical local seafood specialities.

Santa Teresa di Gallura

Santa Teresa di Gallura is a seaside town which has always been a natural harbor and still retains much of the fishing village that was originally, before it was discovered by international tourism.


The beaches are the main attraction of Stintino.“La Pelosa Beach” with its tower on the sea is the most famous and with no doubt one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

The Emerald Coast

Once an unspoiled territory, the Emerald Coast has become one of the most exclusive holiday resorts in the world one of the best destinations for real luxury weddings.


The name Villasimius evokes long beaches of bone-white sand and crystal clear sea-water infused with colours; there is a lot to see here, in summer as well as in the other seasons.