Sardinia, Italy's Pristine Gem Of The South

A journey sailing in an emerald-coloured sea between large and small coves of white sand ...This is Sardinia, an island that surprises the visitor with its natural contrasts, the lights and the colours of a region of ancient traditions in an unspoiled nature and wild.  

The sea reigns with its colors and insinuates itself in the hidden coves along the coast, and on the beaches, in the most frequented towns. The Costa Smeralda, has a little gem like Porto Cervo, to give just one example.  Porto Vecchio is considered the best equipped tourist port in the Mediterranean. Porto Rotondo is also a famous town, facing the  Gulf of Cugnana, with numerous squares and villas set in magnificent nature.  

Those who prefer the mountains, can go to explore the Gennargentu region, the largest group of mountains in Sardinia, with its pictorial landscape, where nature occupies a preponderant place. Rich flora and fauna, with its mouflon, golden eagles, Sardinian deer and various species on the verge of extinction. Among its wonders, Sardinia offers the visitor the Nuragic complexes scattered throughout the territory: they are unique monuments in the world that serve as testimony of an ancient and mysterious culture, which goes from the 15th to the 6th century BC. 

The gastronomy of Sardinia, like typicalItalian food, has the characteristics of any Mediterranean diet: a very varied food composed of a combination of vegetables and red and white meat cooked in different ways. For cooking, it is used mainly in olive oil of national industry. Knowing this base, you can travel to Sardinia, prepared to discover various dishes that conform to this gastronomic trendHere we show you some of the typical dishes of the island of Sardinia. Vegan food can be found in the city, however sadly not in abundance. However, you will find some vegan restaurants as listed below:
  • Villasole Ristorante 

FABADA - Vegetarian dish popular in Sardinia 

This is one of the most characteristic dishes of Sardinian cuisine. It consists of a kind of vegetable stew seasoned with various aromatic herbs and spices. The way it is prepared tends to vary greatly in flavour, so even if you already know this dish, it is recommend that you try it in a typical Sardinian food restaurant because you will see how different it tastes from the Fabada you know.

The Nuragic Village of Barumini

In this section we are going to give you all the necessary tourist information so that you can prepare your excursion to Barumini, one of the most important Nuragic sites in Sardinia. 
The Nuragic village of Barumini is an archaeological excavation carried out by Giovanni Lilliu in the 1950s that brought to light the first native civilization that inhabited the island of Sardinia, a discovery that, as you can imagine, is of great importanceWithout a doubt, visiting Barumini is almost mandatory for any tourist interested in history who goes on vacation to Sardinia.

The Roman Amphitheater of Cagliari 

The Roman amphitheater of Cagliari built in the 2nd century AD is an essential place to visit if you visit the city. With a capacity of 10,000 spectators, this amphitheaterwas the nucleus that governed the social life of the citizens during the Roman rule. There the popular gladiatorial fights were carried out and also executions for capital punishment. To get to the amphitheater you must climb the Buon Cammino hill. You should know that the only thing that remains is the excavated part of the rock , but it is worth being there for the energy that circulateson that site. During the summer, the amphitheater is used for concerts and various events. 

The Bastion of Saint Remy 

This is an ideal place to start a sightseeing tour of CagliariIf you go up the marble stairs of Passeggiata Coperta or take the elevator from Piazza della Costituzione you can go up to the Bastion of Saint Remy. This place offers fantastic views of the city, ideal to locate places that you should visit during your walk in Cagliari: the port, the Marina district, and the hill of the Basilica of Nostra Signora di Bonaria.

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The European System of Tourism Indicators is a pilot project of the European Union that has ended with the granting of some awards that recognize the excellence of the achievements achieved during two years between the participating destinations -more than 100- in matters of sustainability and accessible tourism. This project aimed to create a European standard that aims to measure and control the sustainable and accessible management of tourism.

In this way, "Visit South Sardinia " has been the global winner in the field of sustainability thanks to its innovative approach, which combines the sustainability indicators of the EU and the United Nations, while the province of Barcelona has risen with the top accessibility award for its "tourism for all " approach. As always I highly recommend Clickstay Villas for affordable luxury across the world. For eco-friendly resorts, please click here. 

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