AN ISLAND OF A THOUSAND CONTRASTS
Sardinia is an island of contrasts, with a proud cultural heritage that stretches back to 1500 B.C. Get ready to explore historic towns, pristine marine reserves, and hidden coves.
- 2nd largest island in the Mediterranean
- Currency: Euro €
- Climate: Summers are hot, humid, arid & mostly clear. Average temperature is between 68°F (20°C) - 82° (28°C) and the winters are long, cold, windy, and partly cloudy.
- Ancient civilization: Boasts over 7,000 prehistoric artifacts – the mysterious “Nuraghe” – some of which date back to 1500 B.C..
- Natural Paradise: 25% of the island is designated national parkland & wildlife reserve.
NOTE: The destination is open seasonally, from May - mid-October.
Top Things to See
Get ready to explore rugged hills, historic towns, pristine marine reserves, beautiful beaches & hidden coves.
Typical Sardinian Dishes
Ravioli stuffed with cheese & served with tomato sauce.
Small puff pastries filled with ricotta, saffron & lemon.
After dinner digestive.