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When approaching the island of Sardinia by boat, you'll be impressed by the colors in its rocks: black from basalt, silver from granite, red from porphyry. A very striking island, Sardinia has had great historic and strategic importance.


The coasts are rich in bays and caves, characterized by extraordinary rocky formations, that open up in front of the visitors' eyes: don't miss the Bue Marino and the Neptune Caves Every Mediterranean power has controlled the island at one time - Romans, Phoenicians, Spaniards, Turks, even a pope. The northern coast of present-day Sardinia is a favorite vacation spot of Italy's extremely wealthy (which explains Sardinia's high prices).

The climate is mild, not too cold in the winter time and fairly hot in the summer.


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The island has a multitude of attractions: wild horses, flamingos, nun seals, great fishing, mountain climbing, Roman ruins, sailing, reef diving, waterskiing, grottoes (the best is Grotta Nuova, near Cala Gonone on the east coast), and uncrowded sandy and rocky beaches. Must-sees include the pink sand at Porto Ferro, the typically Sardinian town of Nuoro, Oristano (ruins of the Phoenician city Tharros), the Goddess of Fortune Temple in Porto Torres, Cagliari (the island's capital and largest city, with a good archaeological museum) and Su Nuraxi Nuraghe (an impressive Nuraghic fortress, 40 mi/60 km north of Cagliari).
The town of Olbia is the gateway to the exclusive Emerald Coast (Costa Smeralda), one of Europe's most important (and expensive) resort areas. It contains sites that span 3,000 years of history.