Castelsardo is one of the most amazing places of the whole strong>Sardinia. This small town in the northern west side of the island lies in the middle of the famous Golfo dell’ Asinara. This old middle age settlement combines the beauty of a crystal see with the romanticism of the location. This perfect mix attracts thousands of visitors every year, expecially during summer.
Chia Beaches in Sardinia. Chia is a small rural centre which has a bay considered to be the pearl of the Southern coast.
In the hinterland, one of the most lovely and varied of Sardinia, between mountains and granite rocks is the Natural Reserve of Is Cannoneris, one of the vastest on the island. But its true colours are that of the seven beaches which wind along the blue, turquoise sea along the coastal track from Chia to Capo Spartivento.
What to see in Cagliari Cagliari is ideally divided into four quarters. Villanova, to the East, is developed at the foot of the castle and today is the commercial heart of Cagliari, dotted with shops and some unmissable monuments, for example the Bonaria Sanctuary.
Very characteristic and lively is the Marina quarter, south of the city between the castle and the port, with dark and straight lanes from which the churches of Sant’Agostino and Santo Sepolcro stand out.
The beaches of Pula The Beach of Saia which winds on to the Is Morus beach; of fine, golden sand, protected by the park and washed by the limpid waters, is quiet and less frequented. Pinus Village enclosed by rocks falling towards the sea, is an ample strip of white sand mixed with fine stones, about a hundred metres long. The depth collapses into the sea after some metres by the shore.