The Sartiglia is the most famous equestrian event of Sardinia. Next edition is scheduled from 3 to 5 March 2019.
The Rally Italia Sardinia 2019 to take place from the 13 to the 16 of June 2019 in the north and the east side of the island. Will the last year’s winner Thierry Neuville be able to keep up with the fierce competitors?
Do you want to know the not-to-miss events in Sardinia in 2019? Then read on this post, you will find all the best events held in Sardinia and in the towns of Cagliari, Olbia and Alghero.
Find out which is the best period for visiting Sardinia with insights about the weather and temperatures in May, June, September and October.
Driving directions to Nuoro. Visit this charming village and others like Oliena and Orgosolo (famous for its murals) located in the heart of Sardinia.
In this post we will take a look at how to get to the amazing beach of Cala Luna located between the areas of Baunei and Dorgali.
If you are going to visit Sardinia whether for honeymoon or tourism you may find useful this guide about the best places to stay in this wonderful island of the Mediterranean Sea.
Discover Castersardo a nice village located on the north coast of Sardinia; Castersardo is remarkable for its Elephant’s Rock (a rock which resembles the animal) and its ancient town. Driving direction from Alghero downtown.
The descent of the Candelieri is a popular feast held in Sassari each year on 14 August. Origins and description of the event, and driving directions to Sassari.
The village of Cabras is both famous for its remarkable beaches (Is Arutas) and its archaeological heritage (the Giants of Monte Prama – astonishing 2.5 metres tall stone figures).
If you are looking for white sand beaches and clear blue sea, then look no further: San Teodoro is just the place for you. Easily reached by car via Olbia.
A selection of the best beaches in the Costa Smeralda located in the north east coast of Sardinia: Liscia Ruja, Romazzino, Spiaggia del Principe and more. Driving directions from Olbia.
Located in Capo Caccia – Alghero, the Neptune’s caves are a real gem not to miss: find out how to reach these amazing caves via car or boat trip.
Things to do and to see in the amazing small town of Bosa located in north west of Sardinia. Visit the Malaspina Castle and the historic district. Driving directions from Alghero.
La Cavalcata Sarda (a classical Sardinian parade) has its roots in 1899 when it was first organized a parade to celebrate the visit to the city of Sassari of King Umberto I and Queen Margherita. This year the parade is due on Sunday 20 may 2018.
Visit La Maddalena archipelago in Sardinia. Reach the islands of the archipelago (like La Maddalena and Caprera) by car and by ferry leaving from Olbia.
The festival of Sant’Efisio is held every year on the first of May in Cagliari, Sardinia. Let’s find out more about its roots and the parade which goes through the streets of Cagliari surrounded by beautifully dressed attendants.
The Asinara National Park is one of the best spot you could ever visit in the northern part of Sardinia, actually it’s an island within an island. A must see. Let’s find out how to reach this startling place.
Discover all the 28 beaches in Sardinia which have been honoured with the blue flag for the summer season.
If you are interested in Sardinia archeological attractions, then you should read our guide to the not to miss Nuraghi of the island namely Su Nuraxi, Nuraghe Palmavera and Nuraghe Losa.
Find out the best beaches around the charming Alghero in the north west coast of Sardinia. La Speranza, Mugoni beach, Le Bombarde and il Lazzaretto are all within a 15 minute- drive by car from the downtown.
Discover the best beaches around Cagliari and in the south Sardinia with our guide. Driving directions for the beaches of Porto Sa Ruxi, Cala Regina, Cala Giunco and more.
The Holy Week in Alghero is one of the most fascinating and intense Sardinian traditional parades. This year from March 25 to April 2 2018.
Once at the airport of Cagliari Elmas you can decide whether to leave for the beautiful and untouched southeast coast of Sardinia or opt for the southwest coast of this lovely island and enjoy not only the beauty of the coastline but also a hinterland rich in history, culture and traditions. In any case the first mandatory stop is certainly represented by the capital city of Cagliari.
Discover Pula and Chia: two nice villages located in the south of Sardinia. Both have a stunning sea but Chia is by far a surfers’ paradise due to its windy beaches.
Let’s find out more about this year’s Giro d’Italia held for the first three stages in Sardinia and starting from Alghero on May 5.
Discover the Gallura region and its wonderful area in Sardinia with our guide. We will cover the best places to visit and some of its characteristic food.
Let’s find out why should visit the island of Sardinia apart from checking out its astonishing beaches of course. Sardinia has more to offer: the parades, the history, the culture and the food.
Sardinia is becoming pretty popular among tourists and these articles just celebrates this charming island.