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Explore the untouched beauty of this Mediterranean island with a stay at the Baglioni Resort Sardinia. Tucked within a marine reserve boasting one of the island’s best beaches, the resort offers a variety of water sports activities, a rentable yacht, and luxe spa.
With more than 1,200 miles of coastline, Sardinia is a gem of the Mediterranean. Its mountainous interior, white-sand beaches, and clear, crystalline waters come together to create postcard-worthy views. The island is rich in history, with archeological sites dating all the way back to 1900 BC. In its capital, Cagliari, you’ll find a colorful and vibrant city dotted with markets and museums housing artifacts from the Roman empire. And in between strolling and swimming on the island’s pristine beaches, be sure to sample Cannonau wine, Sardinia’s signature red that’s considered healthier than most due to its antioxidant properties—some even say it’s the key to a long life.
These scenic, vertical cliffs have a little something for everyone: plenty of spots to cliff dive, scenic hiking trails, and Neptune’s Caves, which can be explored via boat or a staircase from the top of the cliffs.
Explore the weekly markets in this scenic seaside town. According to the locals, your shopping list should include pecorino, mountain honey, olive oil, and Sardinia’s signature Cannonau wine, said to be “the elixir of life.”
One of the best hikes on the island, Cala Goloritze is a 4-mile trail beloved by locals. And you’ll be rewarded at its end with one of the most jaw-droppingly beautiful beaches on the island, only reachable via the trail.
With a typically Mediterranean climate, Sardinia has beautiful weather for much of the year—it’s even known for its “six-month summer,” stretching from May to October, when the sea temperatures are pleasant and warm enough to swim. Highs in the low 60s and high 50s are common throughout winter, with mild temperatures hanging on around the coast and snow piling up on the island’s interior mountains (there’s even skiing).