SARDINIA AND CORSICA
Sardinia, formerly called Sandaliotis (name of Greek origin, its shape is reminds of a footprint), is one of the oldest lands in the western basin and is believed to have been formed by the fusion of fragments of a very ancient continent. spectacular and incomparable island shows a great variety of forms. Sardinia is a surprising set of diversities originated by its complex naturalistic, historical and cultural richness, since, since the most remote times, it constituted a meeting point for the cultures of the many peoples who landed and colonized the coasts. , between Alghero and Olbia you will find a rich alternation of inlets and beaches and the landscape is mainly rocky. A fantastic journey along the jagged northern coasts of Sardinia, where nature has been admirably shaped by a civilization that has its roots in the cultures of the first Mediterranean peoples. In front of Palau, rises the Archipelago of La Maddalena, an unquestionable attraction of extraordinary beauty, from where, going up to the highest point, Guardia Vecchia, you can enjoy the panorama of all the islands of the archipelago up to Corsica.
THE MADDALENA ARCHIPELAGO