One day in paradise – Costa Paradiso

In the nothern part of Sardinia, between Santa Teresa di Gallura and Sassari, you can find one of the most beautiful and picturesque coastline in the island – Costa Paradiso (which means Paradise… Continue reading

Sardinia by car

Last year we wrote about how to get to Sardinia and also about how to get around the island without a car. In today’s post we would like to show you the advantage of having… Continue reading


            Many Christmas traditions differs from one country to another and today we would like to talk about Italian one – La Befana.             In Italian folklore, Befana  is… Continue reading

The 10 most beautiful sardinian beaches

Sardinia is all about the beaches! The beaches of Sardinia are so many and so different as to choose one is almost imposible. When it comes to natural beauty, the Sardinian beaches can compete… Continue reading

Things you HAVE TO try while staying In Sardinia – Part 1. Spirits

Italian cousine is not only pizza and pasta. Every region of Italy has many traditional dish and products, that every traveler should try. Sardinia is not an exception! Our trip around Sardinia and its… Continue reading

Holidays in August

August in Italy is the hottest and the busiest month of the year.  Temperatures vary depending on where you are in Italy, but the average is 70-90°F (21-32°C). This year  temperatures in many places… Continue reading

Chjusoni – typical Sardinian pasta

Today we would like to tell you about one dish that you HAVE TO taste while staying in Sardinia: chjusoni! What is it and how to eat? Chjusoni, named also gnocchetti sardi, is… Continue reading

Getting around in Sardinia

Although the easiest way to wander around Sardinia is to use a car (own or rented), without it u will be also fine! Just take your time and plan everything ahead. To many… Continue reading

How to get to Sardinia? part 2

There’s no bridge that connects Sardinia to mainland – there’s no possibility of driving all the way from one to the other – but ferry crossings include fares for people travelling with a… Continue reading

How to get to Sardinia?

Sardinia, the second largest Italian island  in the Mediterranean sea, lies around 200 km (120miles) west of the mainland of Italy and only 12 km (7,5 miles) south of French island Corsica. You… Continue reading