Places of Interest in Sardinia

Sardinia is a land of many hidden beauties. Away from the usual tourist hotspots lies a side of Sardinia that is usualy missed by the average visitor to the island. Some of the worlds most ancient archaelogical sites are present in Sardinia such as the various Nuraghe that can be found scattered accross the island. A number of Grotto’s and other places of natural beauty are also visable accross the island.

Use the menu to view reviews and information on various places of interest in Sardinia. The menu has been divided into regions for ease of use.

Neptune’s Grotto

Neptune’s Grotto is a remarkable series of caves just outside Alghero, which can be seen on a 45-minute tour. Boats leave from the marina, and

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Sella & Mosca Vineyards

The well established wine company of Sella&Mosca has been going since the late 1800s’. The 500 hectares of vines, set in the area of I

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Su Gorropu Gorge

Su Gorropu gorge is with no doubt one of the most impressive natural beauties on the island, it opens up in the Supramonte between the

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Su Nuraxi Nuraghe

Su Nuraxi in Barumini in the province of Cagliari is the most famous nuragic complex on the island. The four-lobed fortress was completely wrapped by

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Tharros

The people looking to add a little culture to their holiday in the sun will not be disappointed as Sardinia with the many archaeological remains

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The Bue Marino Grotto

The Bue Marino Grotto near Cala Gonone can be accessed only by boat and in Summer a daily transport service is available from the harbour.

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The Grotto of Ispinigoli

The Grotto of Ispinigoli is famous for its spectacular stalagmites, the opening cave has a magnificent 38m high stalagmitic column and the walls have a

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The ruins of Nora

The people looking to add a little culture to their holiday in the sun will not be disappointed as Sardinia with the many archaeological remains

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Thermal Baths

Large thermal complex, which is the evidence of the ancient centre of Forum Traiani that rose during the imperial epoch as a meeting point between

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