Top 10’s

My Sardinian Life’s Top 10 Lists

I’ve always had a fascination with lists and Top 10’s. So, I’ve combined them both and created a few popular Top 10 lists on Sardinia, blogging, Italy, soccer and the beach.

Top 10’s Sardinia

Top 5 Beaches in The Gallura | Sardinia, Italy
Top 11 Reasons Why Living in Sardinia Rocks
10 Remarkable Reasons to Visit Sardinia, Italy
Top 10 Sights in Northern Sardinia
My Top 10 {at home} Sardinian Food Delights | A Photo Montage

Top 10’s Italy

Top 7 Shirtless Italian Soccer Players
Top 5 Things I love About Living in Italy
Top 13 Reasons I Quit the Italian Job
Top 10 Reasons I’ll Miss the Italian Job

Top 10’s Beach

Top 10 Beach Rules to Obey Around the World
Top 5 Beach Photos to Keep You Warm

Top 10’s Blogging

Top 6 Things I’ve Learned in a Year of Blogging | Part 1
Top 6 Things I’ve Learned in a Year of Blogging | Part 2

4 Responses to Top 10’s

  1. Christine Ulleri says:

    We very much enjoy your blog.
    Having recently bought a house in Erula we are keen to discover the best markets for furniture, antiques, clothing etc.
    Do you have a list of the top 10 markets to visit and which days they are open?
    We have visited the Saturday market at Tempio which was good for household items but not furniture.
    Thanks,
    Christine & Peter

  2. Belinda Kelly says:

    hi Jennifer! we want to fly from Dublin to Sardinia this April and are thinking of staying in Alghero as it seems like everything is so close by. We are two sleep deprived, culturally starved parents (girls aged 3 & 9) so we haven’t much energy but we have a few questions for you:
    – would we be better hiring a car and staying elsewhere?
    – can you recommend a decent self catering or a reasonable hotel in Alghero?
    many many thanks in advance
    Belinda

    • Hello Belinda,

      Alghero is a family friendly town and I’m sure you’ll find enough to keep you occupied. I do suggest renting a car, that way you can get around and see more of the island. I haven’t any recommendations for a hotel, my apologies. Wishing you a joyous holiday!

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