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Palau, Sardinia is truly a place like no other. It sits at the northern tip of the island and hosts 25km of contrasting coastlines and 21 turquoise beaches to dip your toes into. There are even several Blue Flag beaches … Continue reading
It seems that winter has eluded us, at least for the last four days it has, where we’ve had temperatures upwards of 19 degrees celsius and we’re still in the month of February. After a harsh, wet, grey and snowy … Continue reading
The bell tower at Castelsardo in Sardinia’s northwest is one of the most photographed monuments from this pre-Nuragic, quaint town by the sea. From every angle, far and wide, the cathedral’s bell tower looms in the background of every photo. Grand … Continue reading
Wishing you all a safe, successful, and happy New Year filled with love, joy and peace. If you have any questions about your trip to Sardinia, don’t hesitate to send me an email. Just click on the contact tab at … Continue reading
The art of getting lost is an easy task if you don’t know where you are going and are not prepared to get lost. I don’t get lost as much as I used to, like that time in Dublin, Copenhagen, … Continue reading
A simple snapshot of one of the most romantic towns I’ve found in Sardinia. This is Castlesardo. Go ahead and explore her ancient alleys and mythologies. I promise you won’t be disappointed.
Valle della Luna – a mecca in the 60’s and known all over Sardinia as a hippie hangout, is one of the most surreal and controversial places I have ever seen. A vast valley in the north of Sardinia made … Continue reading
Running. It’s relaxing, clears the mind, gets the body pumping and, if you’re a distance runner, you can witness stunning views like this treasure of a running road in Sardinia, Italy. Run, hike or bike Sardinia? Which is your adventure?
Sardinian cork oak grows in abundance in the northwestern part of the island. The forests are large and breathtaking and the capital of cork in Sardinia is a small mountain town called Calangianus in the province of Olbia-Tempio. Cork planks … Continue reading
Dreaming of a world where I can swim in the sea; pollution and people free. Only in Sardinia.