If you’re a traveller who will go anywhere to experience a truly astonishing view, then drive to Capo Sperone. Located on the southern tip of the island, the clifftop offers unrivaled views of the little volcanic islands that lie a little further out to sea, including Vitellino and Toro. On a really good day, you […]Read more "Capo Sperone – view, wild nature and crystalline water"
In Sant’Antioco in the old town is located the Basilica of Sant’Antioco. It is a must see in the island because of its beauty and to understand the story of the place. It is a quite complex building, built around a central core consisting of the primitive martyrium dating back to the fourth century. Here […]Read more "Basilica of Sant’Antioco"
On such a rainy day I like to look back at my summer memories.Read more "5 beaches in a day, Sant’Antioco Island Sardinia"
Just one hour drive from Sant’Antioco Island and you arrive in Chia, one of the most beautiful and well known area of South Sardinia. Still wild and uncontaminated, there you’ll find silence, amazing nature and cristalline light blue emerald green sea. Just a few pictures for you to have taste of its dunes and sea. It is […]Read more "Chia, just one hour drive from Sant’Antioco Island"
Today the weather on Sant’Antioco island was perfect: sunny, not too warm with a gentle breeze. The sea was still and its colors amazing. I took a ride by car along the coast and couldn’t stop taking pictures of everything: beaches, nature, sea, sky… I think this could be a nice beach itinerary for you […]Read more "5 beaches in a day, Sant’Antioco Island Sardinia"
The nature is amazing here on this paradise island: still wild, unspoilt. Trees, flowers, fruits grow easily here because the island is volcanic and its soil very fertile. If you had seen our lemon tree and bougainvillea few years ago, you wouldn’t tell that this blooming tree is ours and that we just harvested so […]Read more "Wild nature on unspoilt Sant’Antioco Island"
Imagine a beautiful sandy beach, enclosed between two crowns of smooth rocks and easy to walk. Imagine natural “swimming pools” where you can dive and swim in full safety. Imagine a lunar beach where you could even celebrate your wedding. Stop imagining: Cala Sapone is real and you can experience it all on Sant’Antioco Island. Cala Sapone […]Read more "Cala Sapone, the lunar beach on Sant’Antioco Island, Sardinia"
Antiochus of Sulcis ( 95-127 ) was the first Christian martyr in Sardinia and the founder of the first Christian community in Sardinia. He was probably a doctor under the empire of Adriano, working in Cappadocia and Galatia, converting many people to Christianity. For this reason, Antioco was tortured and sentenced to exile in Sardinia, an […]Read more "Sant’Antioco Martyr’s relics back to Sant’Antioco after 400 years"
Did you know that Sardinia is an island with its own language? Have a taste of it in this promotional video of Sant’Antioco (video credits to Sardinian Region and Sant’Antioco municipality) which introduces You to the island, its beautiful sea and its culture: Sant’Antioco, a sea of culture and a story to tell. As long as you […]Read more "Sant’Antioco, a sea of culture and a story to tell"
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