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INTRODUCING SARDINIA

    An emerald sea, amazing coves, charming beaches of showwhite sand, small deserts areas, wild mountains with four milion of sheeps and pure nature... this is Sardinia, an island of natural contrasts that attracts visitors from all over the world.


    Sardinia is Italy's second largest island situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea and autonomous region of Italy. Sardinian's regional capital is the largest city Cagliari, on the southern coast. Sardinia is divided into eight provinces. With three international airports and ferries from mainland Italy, it is a very accessible tourist destination. The nearest land from north is Corcica, Sicily, Tunisia, the Balearic Island and Provence. The coasts of Sardinia are very high and rocky with long coastlines made by snowwhite sand and emerald crystal Tyrrhenian sea. There are the Tyrrhenian sea and the Mediterranean sea around almost all the Sardinian coast.

 

    The island has a Mediterranean climate along the coasts, plains and low hills and continental climate on the valleys and mountain renges. During the year there are six months summer which means that the sea is enough warm for swimming from May until October. Autumns and winters in Sardinia are very wet, rainfalls characterized by severe thunderstorms, which can cause flash floods. In the centre of Sardinia we can find also snow during the winter months.

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    The first Sardinian languGe is Italian, although the native Sardinian language called Sardo is still spoken in all Sardinia and varies from village to village. It's Italian mixed with Latin, Spanish, Arabic and Catalan influences. Sardinian people, especially in north are very polite and friendly. They have strong sense of old sardinian traditions and a passion for their unique island. This is reflected in many festivals and events that take importannt place across all Sardinian cities, towns and the smallest villages. Many of the festivals and carnevals have been ongoing for centuries and says a lot about the Sardinian people and their traditions. Festivals in Sardinia often have a religious theme. We can see the magnificient costumes and jewellery that the woman wear during the festivals. Sardinians love traditions, good food and wine. They produce many delicious products famous across all the world.



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    Cagliari, is a capital of Sardinia, an ancient city with a rich history, a modern port town and an industrial center in Sardinia with 150 000 inhabitants. On the top of a hill lies the old medieval town - Castello with a charming view of the Cagliari. The name of the city is actually ,,The Castle,, in the native Sardinian language what means how important the central monument became to the people. The other sights of Cagliari are the Roman Amphitheatre, Basilica of San Saturnino, Bastione Saint Remy and the Torre dell'Elefante. Cagliari has a far more cosmopolitan fell than it's northerly neighbours Sassari or Olbia. Along a main street Via Roma and Largo Carlo Felice there are many luxury shops and delicious trendy restaurants. Main beach of Cagliari is the Poeto long about 8 kilometres. It stretches from the Devil's Sadl up to the coastline of Quartu Sant' Elena. Cagliari is pretty close

to the other famous seaside locations such as Santa Margherita di Pula, Chia, Solanas, Villasimius and Costa Rei.

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    Sardinian history is very rich and long story. Among it wonders, Sardinia offers to the visitors to see unique monuments to the word called Nuragi. They endured from the 16th to the 15th Centuries B. C. and they are still mysterious. These towers were often rienforced and enlarged with battlements. The Nuragic constructions were built using great blocks of stone and usually erected on strategic hills commanding a view of other territorries. Today, there are more than 7000 Nuraghes in all Sardinia. The most famous of these many constructions is the Barumini complex - Su Nuraxi, in the Province of Cagliari. We can find this complex in the UNESCO Word Heritage List.

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    The beaches in Sardinia are charming and one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. They are incredibly clean with crystal emerald colour of the sea. They are varied with high rocks mountains dropping to deep coves in the east, sand dunes in the west and stunning beaches with the most popular resorts to the north and south. One of the most famous place is Emerald Coast - Costa Smeralda with Porto Cervo, centre of history and culture, ancient traditions with joyful and colourful modern nightlife. Porto Rotondo is also a famous location full of luxury villas and shops. A range of water sports is available on some beaches during the summer, especially waterskiing and windsurfing. A favourite spot for surfers are Porto Pollo near Palau and beach La Marinedda in Isola Rossa. There is also possibility of kite-surfing. Around the Costa del Sud and the Costa Smeralda is very popular sailing. Sardinia is also one

of the best locations in Europe for diving. These places are really close from us and we reccomend you to visit them.


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