Sardinia southwest where to go: the 5 stages of your next vacation
- Published: 15-05-2018
- Category: Thigs to Do
Are you thinking of South-West Sardinia for your next holidays and are you wondering where to go? Since this will be the destination of your next trip, there are five places that you really do not have to let go: here is the itinerary.
- Cagliari. This holiday along south-west Sardinia starts from the Sardinian capital, which is located in the middle of the southern coast. To visit Cagliari, there are seven different tourist itineraries that will allow you to discover the history, art, nature and culture of this great city that has so much to offer to all its visitors.
- Nora. An evocative place like few others in the world. In fact, Nora is known with a nickname that, by itself, would be worth visiting: the submerged city of Sardinia. A few kilometers away from Cagliari, here are the remains of an ancient city that dates back to the Phoenician-Punic period, and part of its remains stands on the promontory of Capo Pula, from which you can admire an unforgettable view.
- Chia. The reason that drives many visitors every year to discover this place? It is soon said: kilometers and kilometers of long white sandy beaches. Many of these are also appreciated by surfers.
- Sant’Anna Arresi. It is an authentic jewel. Because Sant’Anna Arresi stands on the slopes of a hill from which it “faces” on the promontory of Porto Pino. On the coast there are the characteristic sand dunes and different ponds. Recommended for a day of total relaxation.
- San Pietro Island. To get to San Pietro island, you must reach Portovesme and, from here, board a ferry that will take you to the town of Carloforte. This island is a very special place: it speaks a dialect of Ligurian origin and the local architecture combines the styles of Mediterranean, Sardinian and Ligurian cultures.
Starting from Cagliari, discovering these five places is very simple moving by car. Cars that you can embark on one of the ferries to Sardinia.
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