So you have decided to go to Sardinia, a Mediterranean island southwest of Rome. You can see their bronze age stone fortresses called nuraghi that are found nowhere else on earth. To a large extent Sardinia is the most traditional part of Italy. But it is also home away from home for jet setters who haunt the Costa Smeralda in the island’s northeast.
Let’s start with the Puglia region, the heel of the Italian boot. A little corner of paradise is nestled in Brindisi, almost at the lowest point of the heel. Its name is Torre Guaceto, a protected nature reserve that has luckily escaped over-development, the fate of so many other beautiful places.
Italy is a home to numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The country is famous for its high art and monuments, delicious cuisine, trendy fashions, luxury sports cars and motorcycles. Its nickname is Bel Paese meaning The Beautiful Country with diverse cultures and dialects as for its many beautiful coasts, alpine lakes and mountains.
Sardinia is the second largest island after Sicily in Mediterranean Sea. It is an autonomous region of Italy. The geographical origin of the island was not due to earthquake like the mainland of Italy; instead, it is because of the volcano eruptions. The coastline of the island is rocky and long. Sardinia has a typical …