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…)

Mines by the Sea – an unmissable tour


There is a long history of mining in Sardinia, stretching far back into the remote past. To visit mining area in the south-west of the island is to discover an area unspoilt be mass tourism and immersed in stunningly beautiful scenery that is sure to take your breath away.


Easter holidays in Sant’Antioco Island

The island of Sant Antioco is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt place of Sardinia. Covering an area of ​​108 square kilometers and two municipalities, the island looks like a bulwark against overcrowding, as a natural resource to preserve and enjoy. Unspoiled coastal corners, a few scattered houses in the countryside, roads passable only on foot and protected angles of the sea make Sant'Antioco Easter holiday a unique experience. Besides this, the three-day holiday offer the possibility to organize itineraries inside to know the area and appreciate the landscape. The island has Sites of Community interest (Sic) very characteristic, as “Is pruinis” and the salt marshes, which are a real ecosystem coastline that attracts migratory birds such as herons and flamingos. (more…)