Posidonia 2012 – Carloforte’s Mediterranean celebration

Just off the south-western coast of Sardinia the enchanting island of San Pietro emerges from the turquoize sea, a wonderful, wild, unspoilt paradise where nature reins supreme. There is only one settlement, the charming, old town of Carloforte, founded in the distant past by a group of Ligurian fishermen, and the island is overflowing with incredible natural wonders, from breathtaking beaches with multicoloured seabeds to rare wildlife, like falcons. (more…)

Islands in an island..Sant’Antioco and San Pietro

Islands in an island. If Sardinia has maintained its ancestral traditions due to its isolation and insularity then  Sant’Antioco and Carloforte even more so and are super, extra characteristic. Situated in the southwest of the island, these small islets have managed to keep the originality and authenticity of their culture and values. Sant’Antioco and Carloforte are  by far a different tourism. SANT’ANTIOCO

This islet, located in the province of Carbonia-Iglesias, is accessible by road, as a few years ago a bridge was built linking it to Sardinia’s main island.This has reduced the distance considerably and it doesn’t feel at all as though  you are crossing the sea to another  island. (more…)