What 5 Things Should Be on your List to See in Sardinia?

What 5 Things Should Be on your List to See in Sardinia?

Sardinia’s coastline is one of the top-rated and most popular tourist attractions in Italy. The huge influx of tourists from across the globe especially during the festive season has led to a sharp increase in the number of resorts and restaurants.

Here are 5 things that you should see in this beautiful part of Italy.

Water Parks

There are two modern water parks in Sardinia. One is located in Baia Sardinia and the second one is at Blufan in Pula. Both water parks offer thrilling rides as well as slides and pools that your children will enjoy throughout the day.

Grotte di Nettuno

Grotte di Nettuno is a spectacular cave system located near Alghero in the north-west of the island. The beautiful and undisturbed stalagmites and stalactites are two of the unique characteristics that make this cave system different from the rest in the world. The only way to access the caves is by using a boat.

La Maddalena Islands

After a trip to Grotte di Nettuno, head over to La Maddalena Islands to get a clear and unforgettable view of the rugged coastline of Sardinia. The islands have a rich history and diverse plants and animals that will blow your mind.

Adventure Parks

Take your vacation to the next level by heading for the treetops for an entirely new experience. There are pirate nets, ladders, and rope bridges that will help you navigate the park and flex your muscles. The parks have a wide range of courses to suit your physical abilities.

Nuraghe Su Nuraxi

Finally, visit Nuraghe Su Nuraxi to see thousands of stone tower ruins. Most of the guides in this location can speak English fluently so you will understand the history of this region and appreciate the local culture.

 

 

 

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