Magic Holidays in Sardinia – Statistics, Keywords and Top Places

Sardinia, Sardinien, Sardegna, Sardaigne or Cerdeña. It can be called in many ways, but the unique concept is a top holiday destination in Italy.

The search for this land is usually focused on holidays or on real estate rentals and sales which leads to knowing Italian words such as real estate that is “Immobiliare”, house is “Casa”, “Affitto” which means rentals, and “Comprare” means “to buy”, while a holiday is “Vacanza“.

The other words typed on the web that show an interest in this wonderful Italian Island (sometimes Sardinia is confused with Sicily) concerns the search for the weather, probably to be sure of finding good weather during your stay.

The Sardinia is much sought after, both the ancient one, perhaps for a historical passion and interest, but also for the current one, to understand which are the main links of the island. The ports for the mooring of ships and ferries by sea, the airports for domestic and international flights by air, and the trains that connect the Municipalities and the Provinces from North to South of the Island, from Alghero to Cagliari, by land.

Anyway, you can always rent a car and have complete freedom of movement. In this way, you can visit beautiful places and beaches with crystal clear seas typical of Sardinian coasts. This land has a lot to offer even on the non-coastal side, but inland areas, more rural and countryside. You can visit the “Nuraghi“, the typical Sardinian buildings, from Wikipedia: “The nuraghe (Sardinian pronunciation: [nuˈɾaɣe], Italian: [nuˈraːɡe]; plural: Logudorese Sardinian nuraghesCampidanese Sardinian Nuraxis [nuˈɾaʒis]Italian nuraghi) is the main type of ancient megalithic edifice found in Sardinia, developed during the Nuragic Age between 1900 and 730 BCE.[1] Today it has come to be the symbol of Sardinia and its distinctive culture, the Nuragic civilization. More than 7000 nuraghes have been found, though archeologists believe that originally there were more than 10,000″.

Some nuraghi are those of Santu Antine in Torralba, in the northern part of the Island, or Barumini between Cagliari and Oristano, where also located the famous Pozzo di Santa Cristina, a sanctuary dating back to the Nuragic age.

Festivals and typical lunches are organized with the local shepherd who prepares the delicious Sardinian meat, the famous “porcetto” through methods and Italian recipes of centuries-old traditions by discovering unique flavors.

The most beautiful places to visit in Sardinia are Cala Goloritzè, Grotta di Nettuno, Cala Luna, Capo Caccia, and Su Nuraxi di Barumini.

The top destinations to stay are Cagliari, Alghero, Olbia, Orosei, Villasimius, Stintino, San Teodoro, Teulada, Villasimius, Porto Cervo (often typed from Spanish people Puerto Cervo) and Palau. All these places have amazing beaches and breathtaking natural landscapes. Probably, you have seen on Instagram some photos of the magic well Sorgente di Su Gologone in Oliena, where the water comes out of a crack in the limestone “Roccia Calcarea”, with an average flow rate of 500 liters of water per second which penetrates the subsoil up to the depth currently explored by the speleologists down to 135 meters, but it’s probably even deeper.

Discover these amazing places on your next trip!