Today, the last post about Sardinia on my blog.
How did you like my travel impressions about this big Italian island?
I have nice memories from Sardinia; it was interesting and relatively easy to travel through the island. Definitely, I enjoyed my holidays in Sardinia. 🙂
Tomorrow, we’re going “a bit” farther. 🙂
Sassari is one of the biggest and oldest cities of Sardinia.
Maybe, I didn’t spend there enough time, but I wasn’t impressed by Sassari.
Castelsardo is a must-see town in Sardinia.
It’s lovely located on the hill by the sea.
You’ll find there castle and fortifications from the 12th century and many colorful houses.
I’m sure you’ll enjoy your time in Castelsardo and it’s very likely your camera will stay quite busy there. 🙂
Olbia is another coastal town in Sardinia; it’s easily accessible for tourists because of nearby international airport.
Santa Teresa Gallura, Sardinia
Sardinia is very close to Corsica, so if you want to visit this French island, you can a ferry from Santa Teresa (Sardinia) to Bonifacio (Corsica); the trip takes less than an hour.
La Torre di Longonsardo, Santa Teresa Gallura, Sardinia
Santa Teresa Gallura (Santa Teresa di Gallura or Santa Teresa) is a seaside resort on the northern coast of Sardinia. Nice colorful town, a harbor, a 11 m high 16th century watchtower (La Torre di Longonsardo) and sandy beaches, just relax here. 🙂
Neptune Caves, Sardinia
Capo Caccia peninsula is located just outside Alghero.
From there, you can take over 600 scenic stairs and go to beautiful Neptune Caves – that was my favorite part fo visiting Alghero. 🙂
Alghero is a harbor town with nice beaches.
Great place to relax and enjoy water.
Alghero is a nice medieval town with beautiful historical center.
Just outside Alghero you’ll find more natural attractions and interesting archaeological sites.
Arbatax is a small harbor town in Sardinia; it’s a nice and friendly place for a walk.
And, it’s my absolutely must-see in Sardinia, because of amazing Red Rocks (Rocce Rosse).