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Italy – Sardinia

Italy – Sardinia

Sardinia is an Italian island located in the Mediterranean Sea to the south-west of Italy and is also an autonomous region. The territory covers an area of about 24,100 km² and has a population of about 1.6 million. Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean. It is divided into 4 provinces and the capital is Cagliari. The surface of the island is quite mountainous with a varied coastline. The island includes other smaller islands. It is worth mentioning, for example, the island of San Pietro or the La Maddalena archipelago, which is a popular tourist destination. Other attractive places to visit are the Nuraghi, which are architectural remains of the ancient Nuragic civilization. There are over 7,000 of them on the island. Agrotourism is also very popular here, as more than half of Sardinia's population works in agriculture. The climate in Sardinia is typically Mediterranean. Winters are mild and short with frequent rainfall and summers are hot and dry.

Capital city
Cagliari
Area
24,100 km²
Population
1.64 million
Religion
Christianity (85%), no religion (12%), Islam
Currency
Euro (EUR)
Government
Parliamentary Republic
Language
Italian, Italian

Italy – Sardinia: Route overview

For families :

SARDINIA NORTH

Obtížnosteasy Number of days: 5
  • singles
  • couples
  • w/ kids

A short road trip around north-western Sardinia. Ideal in spring and autumn when Sardinia is not crowded with tourists and the weather is...

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SARDINIA SOUTH

Obtížnosteasy Number of days: 7
  • singles
  • couples
  • w/ kids

A relaxing week in southern Sardinia. The advantage of Sardinia is that you can take a holiday here almost any time of year,...

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