Sardinia - Maps and Info
The Sardinia Map Guide features two maps. The first map features a couple of the hotels I enjoy most in Sardinia, all the hotels I mention on the map can be found by clicking here.
These hotels were all chosen by me and the family with
my wife, Maria, having the final say as she always does. The one on the east coast, the Bue Marino, is our favorite.
The second map
shows the general areas in which the best beaches in Sardinia are
Most of the beaches I love best are on the east coast of the island, running south from Cala Gonone. Many of them are best reached by boat as they are located in isolated coves within a nature reserve.
For my selection and guide to these, the five most stunning beaches in all of Sardinia click here.
Some other absolutely gorgeous beaches are those of the Costa Smeralda which is up on the north-east shore of the island.
In the south I enjoy the Chia Bay beaches; while for a little city living and beach life combined Poetto in Cagliari is a good option.
We would really love to hear your views on
any of the beaches or hotels featured. Please share your thoughts with
us at the bottom of the page.
Our Sardinian Map of the Best Island Hotels
Discover the beaches of the Costa Smeralda...click here.
Our Map of the Best Beaches in Sardinia
For Holiday Homes to rent in these areas of Sardinia click here.
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