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Your Next Holidays in the Emerald Coast of Sardinia, Italy by Roberto Bell

If you are planning on a vacation in the Mediterranean, you should consider going to its second largest island, Sardinia. Sardinia holidays will let you experience nice, balmy, and fresh Mediterranean air, exotic beaches, amazing and cool archaeological places, and a great selection of hotels and flight packages that will fit all kinds of budget.

The nickname for Sardinia, the â€Emerald Coast’, did little justice to the island’s pristine beaches which are popular tourist destinations among visitors of the island.

Cagliari is the capital of Sardinia and is also considered one of the island’s gateways. Here you will find the beach which is popular for its white sand and among sand castle builders, the attractive Poetto Beach. There are many archeological, historical, and world heritage sites in Cagliari. Sardinia holidays will let you soak in the place’s history and culture by bringing you back to a very old period in history by looking at the tombs made around the thirteenth century BC, walking along the Roman Amphitheater built from big slabs of rocks, and listening to music concerts in the cool, night breeze of summer.

Cagliari has a touch of Spanish. With its Pisan towers, Spanish castles, patios lined with flowers and azulejo-like ceramics display, it is not hard to imagine you are in Spain rather than Sardinia.

Beach bums love Sardinia because of its appealing, pristine beaches. You can go to expensive and luxurious Chia if you have the money. It has many sparkling beaches with white crystal-like sand along the shore and you can also enjoy an 18-hole golf course if you love playing golf. This place offers elegant, luxurious places to stay.

Another famous place for beachgoers in Sardinia is the Villasimius resort. It is located near a marine park and has many beautiful baches and charing almond groves. You can also visit Margherita di Pula for its great beaches and Alghero for its amazing Catalan-inspired architecture and shops where you can splurge your pocket money for souvenirs and other great finds.

Moreover, Sardinia holidays could mean visiting churches and cathedrals. These are other structures that you can find in Cagliari, specifically around Castello and the Marina neighborhoods. There are the Cathedral and churches such as the Purissima church which dates back from the 16th century, Santa Croce church, the Santa Maria del Sacro Monte di Pieta church, San Giuseppe church, the Gothic-Catalan-styled churches of San Sepulcro and Saint Eulalia, and the Baroque churches of Santa Rosalia and S. Antonio Abate. You can also find the old City Hall, the Archbishop’s Palace, and the Palazzo del Vicere around this area.

If you are into visiting museums, you can enjoy the Citadella dei Musei or Citadel of Museums in English and also the National Archaeological Museum where you will be amazed by the different artefacts such as ceramics, statuettes, Roman sarcophagi, Punic jewelries, Phoenician tombs’ designs and decorations, and jewelry made from gold as old as the Medieval period. You can also visit Anatomical Wax Collection, National Art Gallery, and Siamese museum.

Stampace area is the place to be if you love archeological sites. It has the 2nd century Amphiteather, the Grotta della Vipera, and the Tigellio Villa.

This article have been provided by Robert, italian experienced travel consultant providing Alberghi Sardegna accommodations and making available online help to select best Sardegna Hotel destinations for your Sardinia holidays in Italy.. Visit Your Next Holidays in the Emerald Coast of Sardinia, Italy.

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