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The best places to dive in Sardinia

Sardinia, Italy

Collection of 6 places
Coveted and famous tourist destination Santa Teresa Gallura

The sea is the undisputed protagonist of Santa Teresa Gallura, a village of about five thousand inhabitants, which in summer are multiplied with the arrival of tens of thousands of tourists, who animate it among aperitifs in trendy clubs and live music.

A world in itself to be discovered Asinara

Asinara is an island in the Mediterranean Sea, located between the Sardinian Sea to the west, the Corsican Sea to the north and the homonymous gulf to the east; to the south it is separated from the small Isola Piana by a narrow navigable canal, the so-called Passaggio dei Fornelli. It is part of the municipality of Porto Torres, in the province of Sassari.

One of the most spectacular stretches of the island coast Capo Coda Cavallo

A symbolic place of Sardinia. Capo Coda Cavallo is a strip of granite that extends into a stretch of sea sheltered from the imposing mass of Tavolara, from the polished rocks of Molara and from the picturesque islet of Proratora, together with which it forms a protected area covering 15 thousand hectares on crystal clear waters, inlets and coves, from Capo Ceraso to Punta s'Isuledda, where the southernmost is situated among the splendid beaches of San Teodoro.

A famous tourist resort on the northern coast of Sardinia Palau
Sea Town

Blue and clear waters and sculpted rocks make it unique. Palau is set in an inlet sheltered from the tramontana, next to the exclusive Costa Smeralda and in front of the enchanting park of the Maddalena archipelago. Near the village, on a granite promontory shaped by time, appears a natural sculpture that seems shaped by an artist: it is the Bear's rock, symbol of Palau, with its head turned towards the sea.

The wonderful Arcipelago di La Maddalena

Das Maddalena-Archipel liegt an der Nord-Nordküste von Sardinien, an der Costa Smeralda. Es besteht aus 7 großen Inseln (La Maddalena, Caprera, Budelli, Santo Stefano, Santa Maria, Spargi, Razzoli) und mehreren kleineren Inseln, die von einem wunderschönen und transparenten Meer umgeben sind. Unter den großen Inseln ist Caprera berühmt dafür, Garibaldi während seines Exils beherbergt zu haben: Sein Haus ist heute ein Museum, das für die Öffentlichkeit zugänglich ist. Das Maddalena-Archipel wurde 1994 zum Nationalpark erklärt und ist sicherlich eines der schönsten und unberührtesten Gebiete Sardiniens. Die zahlreichen Strände und Buchten des Archipels sind für ihre Klarheit bekannt und werden von Touristen, sowohl Italienern als auch Ausländern, sehr geschätzt.

Relaxing beaches and lively nightlife Villasimius

It is one of the most popular municipalities of southern Sardinia because, thanks to its many tourist resorts, it carries a substantial flow of tourists during the spring and summer. Villasimius is the pearl of the south, a dream tourist resort. Its coastline is formed by a 'crown' of beaches, interspersed with small cliffs and the promontory of Capo Carbonara.