All about Sardinia
The island of Sardinia lies in the center of the western Mediterranean Sea and is the second largest island after Sicily. It’s referred to as a “micro-continent” for its diverse landscape from mountains, hills, valleys, and varied coastline.
Its sea is pristine and clear thriving with all kinds of sea life and rare species from seals to dolphins. There is the perfect spot for everyone along its shores from young children to expert divers.
Sardinia is also culture, tradition, and folklore with its inland territories full of archaeological sites from the various ancient cultures that began inhabiting the island thousands of years ago.