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Among nature; Near water; At the beach
A wild and natural beauty. In the language of precious stones, which are often used to describe the islands,
this is the emerald coast - the Costa Smeralda - with the famous coastal towns of Sardinia, and the pleasure of the marinas with its continuous procession of yachts and celebrities. All this is surrounded by the clear green waters of the northeast coast.
Porto Rotondo is undoubtedly one of the pearls of the Costa Smeralda (the Emerald Coast). Located in a beautiful natural bay, this town was founded according to the wishes of the Count Donà dalle Rose and is one of the most famous places in Sardinia. Discover the pedestrian center, the square San Marco, the church of San Lorenzo, with its 200 wooden sculptures, its many boutiques and its beautiful pleasure marina.
Beaches: The Ira beach in the center of Porto Rotondo. The most famous beaches in the area are: Cala di Volpe, Capriccioli, Liscia Ruja, Petra Riua, Cala Razza di Giunco and Arena, Portu di Li Coggi and Cala Arena bianca.
- Olbia. : the most important point of access to the island, for its capital, Cagliari.
- The island of Tavolara: a mountain of white rocks, which come from the sea, at an altitude of almost 600 m.
- The island of Molara: an uninhabited island with rounded form, and plenty of untouched nature.
- The Maddalena archipelago: the island of Maddalena, witness of a past, abundant in a succession of dominions and conquests: Phoenicians, Romans, Pisans, Genovese, Savoie House and the island of Caprera with the famous house Garibaldi.
- Porto Cervo: the capital of the emerald coast, the famous meeting point of the international jet-set and scene of the major sporting events of the summer.
- The church of Stella Maris, overlooking the sea and offers an unobstructed view of the yacht club.
Valid identity card or passport (also for babies)
Before you leave, do not forget to obtain the E111 social security form to ensure healthcare abroad.
NB. Car absolutely essential - Sardinia does not have a well-developed public transport system
The fragility of the Italian energy system is a reality in Sardinia. The standards of the electricity council are only 300 megawatts and consequently it is not possible to use two electrical appliances at the same time.
Since Italy is not equipped with nuclear energy, the risk of a power outage or a blackout that is partly linked to the hot climate can make it difficult for you.
We would like to inform you of this possible inconvenience beyond our control