Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, between the Balearic islands and the Italian peninsula and south of Corsica. It is currently an autonomous region of Italy.
Popular destinations: Alghero, Cagliari and Ogliastra
Alghero is a beautiful destination in Sardinia, Italy. It is best known for its beautiful beaches, very good food at reasonable prices, and also for its Catalan origin; in fact, it was known in the past as little Barcelona.
The Costa Verde, also known as Marina di Arbus, is located in the Province of Medio Campidano, in the south west of Sardinia, and it extends for about 50 km from Portixeddu and Capo Pecora, in the south, to Capo Frasca, in the north.
Porto Pino is a town in southwest Sardinia. Porto Pino features long beaches, coves with crystal clear water and pink sand, dunes, cliffs, pine forests, amazing backdrops, and within vineyards, caves, forests and a great deal of culture.