For a 4 days holiday: spend the bridge of 1 May 2018 in Sardinia

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The first thing you need to do is to book a ferry to Sardinia, with destination Porto Torres, on the north coast of the island. It’s here, in fact, that the four-day itinerary begins to spend the 1 May bridge in Sardinia. For a little trip in the spring you will not forget so easily.

 

First day: Porto Torres

You will arrive in one of the most famous places that are located along the northern coast of Sardinia. Porto Torres is a very special destination that combines the best that the island can offer to all its visitors: a breathtaking nature and an ancient history.

There is really a lot to see in Porto Torres. And the unmissable places are:

  • Basilica of San Gavino;
  • Basilica of San Gavino a mare;
  • Palazzo di Re Barbaro;
  • Maetzke Spa;
  • Roman Bridge;
  • Domus of the mosaics;
  • Balai Beach;
  • Scogliolungo beach.

 

Second day: the Asinara

Finding you already in Porto Torres, visiting Asinara is absolutely simple: you just have to reach the port of this town and embark on one of the different ferries that take visitors to this beautiful island. The Asinara is a sort of small naturalistic jewel suitable for trekking enthusiasts and for those who want to see breathtaking beaches, such as Cala d’Oliva, Cala Sant’Andrea and Cala Sabina.

 

Third day: Sassari

It’s time to visit Sassari, which is half an hour’s drive (which we advise you to board the ferry) from Porto Torres. Some of the most beautiful places to see in Sassari are the Duomo, Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, Church of San Pietro di Silki, Piazza Castello, Monserrato Park and Platamona beach.

 

Fourth day: Castelsardo

Last day of this little holiday, then in the evening you will have the ferry that will bring you back home. It will be enough, always starting from Porto Torres, just 36 minutes drive to get to Castelsardo and see one of the most beautiful places in Sardinia: it’s an ancient medieval town that you can admire in all its splendor from the top of Castel Doria.

 

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