The Island of Sardinia, Italy: Captivating Beaches and Wild Hinterland
With its endearing eccentricities and out-of-this-world beaches, the island of Sardinia is one place where you can actually experience tranquility. Here you have the best concoction of thrill with the innumerable coastal drives and puzzling prehistory. That said, it's the Sardinian beaches that let you wander off to a dreamy land, without stepping foot on the European shores. You will find the whitest sands and waters that are the brightest blue; whether you are exploring the scalloped bays of Costa Smeralda, playing castaway among the coves on the Golfo di Orosei, or sailing to the cluster of granite islands on La Maddalena. Such is the charm of these beaches that even while walking barefoot across the dunes on the Costa Verde or lounging on the silky smooth bays of Costa del Sud, you will never want to leave. If still in doubt, watch the magic unfold as we take the aerial route and explore the various beaches of the island, namely Isola Caprera, near Spiaggia Monte Figo, Cala Goloritze, Cala di Gabbiani, Cala Biriola, Cala Fuili, Cala Biriola, Cala Sisine, Cala Luna, Cala Porceddu, and Cala Luna.