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The dynamic city of Olbia is northeast Sardinia's main hub but is more than just an arrival port, it's also a fun place to spend some time.
On Sardinia's northern coast, the town of Castelsardo has an ancient history and inspiring beauty, named among the most beautiful towns in Italy.
Alghero is a vibrant Sardinian city, big enough to have an airport and services, but with a charming and buzzing historic center.
Red rocky hills of boulders and scrub give way to green forests with the cobalt sea below.
A splendid corner of Sardinia that is a coastal paradise and a natural wonder.
On Sardinia's stunning north coast, Isola Rossa encompasses an arch-shaped bay with white sand beaches, red rocks and verdant green low hills.
Located in the middle of Sardinia's east coast, the town of Lotzorai sits just a mile in from the sea at the base of the mountains.
Located in the hills above the gorgeous and famous Costa Smeralda of Sardinia, the town of San Pantaleo is an idyllic spot.
Santa Maria Navarrese staggers along the low hill to the sea, culminating in a pretty port on the coast of Baunei, acclaimed as one of the most stunning coasts of Sardinia.
Tertenia is a hill town cradled between the sea and the mountains along Sardinia's eastern side.
Two towns that have joined into one, Trinità d'Agultu and Vignola are on a hill above the breathtaking Sardinian coast.
Characteristic craggy peaks provide a distinct background to the town of Ulassai in Sardinia.
Located just south of the glittery Costa Paradiso, Badesi is more than a beach town, it is also labeled a wine town.
One of northern Sardegna's picturesque places is Palau, sitting on the northeast coast facing the Maddalena islands.
With fabled beached, dreamy landscapes and spectacular seascapes, it's easy to see why Porto Rotondo is called "Sardinia's "in" spot".
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