The second-largest island in the Mediterranean after Sicily, Sardinia is known for being untamed and proud. Situated between Corsica, Italy and the African continent, the autonomous region of Italy has been shaped by the influence of the multiple peoples who have occupied it.
Its location in the middle of the Western Mediterranean along with its natural resources have made it strategically desirable since antiquity. With its many archaeological sites, it provides a voyage into the history of the Mediterranean basin.
In between trips out as sea, don’t miss out on taking the paths which lead to the nuraghi, which are typical Sardinian stone edifices - temples or defensive towers - around which the Bronze-age villages were organised.