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Itineraries and tourist services in Sardinia

Sardinia in many ways is unique. Its character has remained authentic and strong. It is a land of great traditions and the cradle of an ancient culture. A culture which comes from contact with both the land and the sea, which for centuries has been a determining element in the life of Sardinia. Its sandy coasts and crystal-clear sea provide the perfect setting for unforgettable, adventurous holidays, where the summer season lasts more than three months. Towns and destinations such as Cagliari, Alghero, Olbia and the world-renowned Costa Smeralda provide a contrast to beach life, with shops, boutiques, theatres, fine dining and a vibrant nightlife. Sardinia’s main mountain ranges are magnificent places for excursions and trekking. Among them is Gennargentu, the highest summit, at 1834m. The Su Gorropu gorge is another inspiring place, either the biggest or second biggest canyon in Europe, depending on which measurements are taken into consideration. Visitors to the island who are passionate about archaeology will find a wealth of treasures, including ancient nuragic sites, such as Su Nuraxi in Barumini, and the mysterious Domus de Janas caves, found all over the island. Another great tradition, largely unchanged over the centuries and passed down through the generations is gastronomy, a hugely important part of Sardinian life. There are many excellent products, of the highest quality, including pecorino cheese, made from sheep's milk, and fine wines, such as the full-bodied reds, Cannonau and Monica and the whites Vermentino and Nuragus. Sardinian cuisine combines the freshest ingredients, with seasonal fruit and vegetables, which mostly come from smallholdings. The cuisine is as genuine and heartfelt as the traditions of the Sardinian people. In this section a list of recommended itineraries has been designed to better inform visitors about the treasures it has to offer, on and off the beaten track.



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