Who is in Sardinia, a region of land and water, may his time in many sports and recreational activities, both inland and along the coasts.
With its 1800 kilometers of coastline, its clear sea and its beaches of fine white sand, Sardinia is one of the most popular destinations for lovers of water sports: sailing and surf on the waves lash the mistral, thanks to the many specialized centers scattered along the coastline, and spectacular backdrops for those snorkeling and for those who want to explore the coastal and underwater caves.
And from the sea towards the interior: the Island, with its beauty, its always different landscapes and mild climate, is now one of the most popular destinations for lovers of outdoor sports, such as hiking trails along the rocky and wild mountain, with horse rides along the old roads and carts drawn by the shepherds, the discovery of unique natural landscapes. And again, the 'climbing along the rocky pereti to admire from Sardinia, or speleologiche excursions to discover the caves and ravines, Sardinia more hidden.
Sardinia is also a must for anyone who wants to spend a holiday dedicated to wellness and relaxation relying on therapeutic thalassotherapy, or the care with sea water. In Santa Margherita di Pula is the center of the Thermae tessalemico Park, which offers its guests baths, whirlpools and massage.
Finally, Sardinia offers many attractions for fans of birdwatching. The ponds and Santa Gilla Molentargius in Cagliari, the lagoon dell'Oristanese (Cabras, Santa Giusta, Sale Porcus etc..), The pond in Platamona Sassarese are sites of great interest for the observation of water birds. The mountains of the center offer an opportunity to observe birds of prey extinct in the rest of Italy (golden eagle, griffon vulture).