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Sardinia

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This Mediterranean island has quite simply the most spectacularly unspoilt beaches in the world, combined with some world class family resorts making it an idyllic destination for a family holiday. This is not all, Sardinia is also blessed with rugged mountains, forests and rivers to explore at your own pace and home to three golf courses of International reputataion. And then there’s the Sardinian cuisine, an exquisite melting pot of Italian, Spanish and Arab influences. 

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Very few places are as magnificently unspoilt and undiscovered as this enormous island; the second largest in the Mediterranean, with a history dating back 5,000 years. Largely untouched by mass tourism, you can still escape to the interior, explore mysterious ruins, or ride narrow gauge trains into the mountains. The coastline is one of endless variety: secluded rocky coves, soft, white sandy beaches, lonely wild beaches and towering cliffs. 

And there is the Sardinian cuisine which is traditional, local and delicious. Popular specialities include: roast suckling pig, excellent seafood dishes and local Sardinian wines, such as Vermentino, Nuragus, Cannonau and Monica. Mirto is Sardinia’s after dinner liqueur, which is made from the leaves of the myrtle plant.

Sardinia is also home to three spectacular golf courses of international reputation. Pevero Golf Course in Costa Smeralda, a 18 hole (par-72) golf course. Designed by Robert Trent Jones located between the bays of Cala di Volpe and Golfo Di Pevero. Is Molas Golf Club near Pula, on the south east coast, a 27-hole (par-72) golf course enjoys a prime location just 10 minutes drive from the Forte Village Resort. Is Arenas Golf Club located north of Oristano, a 18-hole (par-72) golf course. Designed by Von Hagge set beautifully amongst the pine forest and lush vegetation, it has been named by golf magazines as one of the 20 best golf courses in Europe.    

 

Weather

 

Flying time from London to Sardinia with British Airways:

2hrs 30minutes

Distance from Olbia Airport:
Porto Cervo 32km
Baia Sardinia 41km
Cannigione 30km
Badesi 85km

Distance from Cagliari Airport
Forte Village   50km
Chia Laguna   56km
Pula   37km
Villasimius   63km

Did you know?
Studious, Philosophers, Scientists has been proving that the mythical continent of Atlantis situated beyond the Colums of Hercules was Sardinia.

Things to do:
Visit the Roman and Carthaginian ruins in Nora.
Visit a Nuraghe, ancient megalithic towers, unique in Sardinia. The most important ones: Nuraghe Losa in Abbasanta, Nuraghe Santu Antine in Torralba or Su Nuraxi in Barumini (UNESCO World Heritage Site).
In the 1st week of of June visit San Pietro island and sample their Tuna Festival 'Girotonno'.
Boad trip through the islands of Archipelago La Maddalena or across the beautiful bays of Orosei Gulf.
Visit the posh village of Porto Cervo in Costa Smeralda, famous to be a V.I.P location.

 

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