Sant’Antioco is quite a big and windy island and offers a big variety of beaches and hidden coves. Depending on the winds, you would learn what side of the island to choose to enjoy your day at the beach. Today and for the next few days blows mistral wind. Do you know which beach to […]Read more "Winds and beaches in Sant’Antioco island"
On such a beautiful sunny day, my mind dreams of Sardinia and its amazing beaches with white sands and turquoise waters. I know it sounds as Caribbean islands and beaches, but Sardinia ones could be even better and certainly closer! As many of my followers already know, my adventure and love for South Sardinia started […]Read more "Sardinia’s top 10 beaches"
Far away from the throngs of sun worshippers and tourists that clutter the upper reaches of Sardinia, Sant’Antioco offers a haven of peace and tranquillity, with unspoilt sandy beaches, hidden coves and historical towns and villages. If you want to capture a glimpse of the real Sardinia, then here it is! (Sunday World, Secret Sardinia: The Hidden […]Read more "Sant’Antioco hidden coves: Cala Grotta"
Who doesn’t know the for ever young italian singer and actor Gianni Morandi and his song “get mommy to send you buy some milk”? These days he is shooting a tv series “Pietro’s island” in Sant’Antioco island and Carloforte plus other location of sulcis area. The purpose of this tv series is to show people the beauty of […]Read more "Get mommy to send you buy some milk in Sant’Antioco island"
Sant’Antioco’s most beautiful corner to me is the Cala Sapone one. Just drive your car following the sign to Coaquaddus beach but then keep the right and follow to Cala Sapone. As soon as you reach it the view is breathtaking, the land is wide and all around is windy and enchanting. The Cala Sapone […]Read more "Enjoy an amazing sunset at Cala Sapone on Sant’Antioco Island"
The Canai tower dominates the Gulf of Palmas, overlooking the coast, the island and the Cow and the Bull islets. Around the Tower and along the road to Capo Sperone there are several small and hidden coves with an emerald green sea sheltered for bathing. One of those is Turri, a beautiful rocky beach. Depending […]Read more "#Turri #beach in #santantioco"
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"
Today the wind blew south east, so we went to the North west part of Sant’Antioco Island: Calasetta. Calasetta is the second village on the Island, much smaller than the main one, Sant’Antioco. There are beatiful beaches there and that part is sheltered by south Winds (sooner or later i will write a post on […]Read more "Spiaggia Grande (wide Beach), Calasetta – Sant’Antioco Island"
Just a 30 min drive from Sant’Antioco and you arrive in Porto Pino, one of the most beautiful beaches of Sardinia. Even Giorgio Armani came for a visit lately (please forgive this little fashion gossip ;-)) It is a very long sandy Caribbean beach with amazing sandy white dune. There are three […]Read more "Porto Pino"
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"