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Sardinia's Costa Smeralda, the Emerald Coast, is a renowned resort that attracts the rich and famous, along with normal travelers.
Leave a normal beach behind and take a boat to the archipelago of La Maddalena.
The National Park of Asinara occupies a splendid, unspoiled island on the northwest coast of Sardinia.
One of Sardinia's most famous archeological sites is the Tomb of the Giants.
Sardinia is a varied island, and one of the most interesting natural sights is the Grotte di Nettuno near Alghero.
While Sardinia is spectacular from the cliffs and beaches, it's just as dramatic in the underground realm.
A small but fantastical wonderland surprises visitors to Sardinia at the Grotta del Fico.
A tiny uninhabited island off the Sardinian coast of Lotzorai, the island of Ogliastra is a nature-lover's paradise.
Near Alghero is ancient prehistoric village that is one of the largest and most impressive Nuraghic sites in Sardinia.
Sardinia has a fascinating and unusual landscape, especially the "mountain gap" of the Plateau of Golgo, along the east coast.
On the top of a granite hill just south of Lotzorai are the ruins of an ancient fortress called Medusa’s Castle.
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