Sardinia, famous throughout the world for its crystal clear sea, is much more than a coastal region. The inner area of the island, in fact, contains ancient villages of rare charm, such as Aggius, Masula or Sadali, in the remote and suggestive Barbagia. Along the coast, instead, we find the famous Alghero, then Bosa, Castelsardo and, on the eastern side, Arbatax, with its picturesque Red Rocks. Those who love Sardinia love its wild nature, where nuraghe sprout here and there, expression of the primordial settlements of the Sardinian people, which - we remember - do not speak dialects, but languages, different from north to south and from east to west of the island.
The village of Aggius rises in the historic region of Gallura, in Sardinia.
Alghero is a great seafaring village on the coasts of Sardinia.
The maritime village of Arbatax is located, near the pond of Tortolì, in Sardinia.
The village of Atzara is located in the historical region of Barbagia, Sardinia.
Austis is an authentic village located in central Sardinia surrounded by nature and forests.
Over the Old Bridge, on the left bank of the Temo, you can admire the structures of Sas Conzas (tanneries), one of the symbols of Bosa, a splendid example of industrial archeology.
On a clear day you can set your sights on Corsica and Asinara or the gaze will also linger on women at the doorsteps, making interwoven baskets of dwarf palm.
The historic center of the hamlet of Galtellì is one of the best preserved in Sardinia.
The village of La Maddalena and the archipelago of islands is located in Sardinia.
The village of Mamoiada is located in Sardinia in the historical region of the Barbagia of Ollolai.
Visiting the village of Masullas, in Sardinia, offers unforgettable emotions in every moment of the year.
the village of Sadali is located in the historic region of the Barbagia of Seùlo, in Sardinia.
Serri, in southern Sardinia, is a small village immersed in a splendid scenery that contains architectural and archaeological treasures, including a famous Nuragic sanctuary.
Sorso is situated in the ancient region of Romangia, overlooking the Gulf of Asinara, in Sardinia.
the village of Stintino is situated on the last strip of the Sardinian land that extends toward the island of Asinara, in Sardinia.