There is a lot more to the rugged Mediterranean island of Sardinia than beaches. Read on to discover the most eye-catching and iconic natural wonders as well as top things to do in Sardinia.
Enjoy an exciting mini cruise visiting some of Sardinia most beautiful beaches and coves. Observe the wonders of the Gulf of Orosei aboard.
The canyon, with rocks of over 400 meters height, is one of the deepest and largest in Europe. Here the untouched nature is characterized by oak forests, juniper and centuries-old yew trees. Apart from the breathtaking flora, various bird species such as the golden eagle, the peregrine falcon and the buzzard make this place even more a fascinating.
Have you ever dreamed of walking through the sea? Cala Gonone’s aquarium offers a unique experience, were you are able to discover some of the most beautiful marine creatures on the planet. There is a lot to admire from Stingrays, Starfish to small-spotted catshark. Visit the acquarium – there is so much to discover!
The cave of Ispinigoli is characterized above all by the gigantic 38m high column in the middle of the stalactite cave and offers visitors a unique show. With a diameter of 2m, this stalactite counts as the largest in Europe. The visit starts at the highest point and descends 280 steps into the cave.
Bue marino’ (sea oxen) refers to the large monk seals that populated the cave, as they were affectionately called by the locals. Especially the light that falls into the cave creates chromatic wonders. Together with the fascinating stalactites and stalagmites this is definitely a place to be explored.
Tiscali is a nuragic village and from an archaeological point of view an iconic place. If you are lucky, you can spot mouflons on the way to the top of the mountain of the same name.
Lake Cedrino is the result of the dam on the Cedrino River, located at the foot of Mount Bardia and Tului. This is one of the quietest and most relaxing places in Sardinia. You will have the chance to admire an enchanting view: calm waters and sheer walls of greenery still left untouched by man.