Friday, 2 July 2010

Sardinia Travel Guide

Sardinia (Sardegna), Italy is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. A stunning island with much to admire, from outstanding coastlines, granite formations, caves and grottoes. Inland there are forests and moutains, marshes, lagoons and rivers.

An island rich with history, dating back to the Palaeolithic period. There are many archaelogical sites to visit such as castles, tombs and temples. Prehistoric contructions from the bronze age can be found all over Sardinia with the Nuraghi. At least 7,000 circular dry stoned towers remain to visit.