The Italian island of Sardinia enjoys a privileged location between the Spanish Balearic Islands, Sicily and the French island of Corsica, where it stands tall in the Mediterranean Sea with its picturesque waters.
Sardinia enjoys the bright Mediterranean atmosphere, making it a popular destination for many tourists every year in search of a journey full of luxury, luxury and enchanting beauty.
You should not miss the pleasure of visiting Sardinia this summer and visiting the most important landmarks such as:
A beautiful town that enjoys many tourist attractions, where tourists prefer to visit to see the Roma market, where jewelery made of red coral rocks can be acquired.
The town also includes the old cathedral and the Skulls Museum, which is an anthropological museum that includes the history of the region and its human origin, as well as the remains of the victims of the massacre of Emperor Herod.
Visitors to this town can also enjoy local-style pizza and the most beautiful seafood, then complete a visit to the town by exploring the wonderful mountain caves in the area of De Nettuno, which is bustling with rock formations.
Ancient history contained in this city with colorful houses and clear water, as it features views of its marine houses and historical Roman ruins.
This city has witnessed several attacks from invaders throughout history, making it an important archaeological site that includes the remains of several kingdoms that ruled the region in the past centuries.
Oristano has several seafood dishes with city-specific recipes that you will not find anywhere in the world and you should not miss an opportunity to savor them.
In the southernmost part of Sardinia, this city is located overlooking the Gulf of Golfo Angeli, with its beautiful natural scenery.
This city enjoys being the center of modern life, including shopping centers, the finest international brands and fine restaurants, which makes it crowded with tourists throughout the year.
Cagliari also includes the famous Roman theater in the neighborhood of Castello and other Roman ruins and ruins, in addition to buildings dating back to the Middle Ages.
From the top of Mount Remy, you can admire a magnificent panoramic view of Sardinia, with stunning Mediterranean waters.
In Saint-Remy, you can also visit the medieval cathedrals and other monumental buildings, or enjoy the clear waters of Poeto Beach with its fine sand.
The beauty of nature in Sardinia