Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Info on travel guides and tourist / travel information for Sardegna AKA Sardinia, Italy


Here are some links on travel guides and tourist / travel information for Sardegna AKA Sardinia, Italy:


  • Sardinia – "Sardinia (Sardegna / Sardigna) is a large island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, between the Balearic islands and the Italian peninsula and south of Corsica. It is an autonomous region which currently belongs to Italy." – "" – Source: Wikitravel – "The Free Travel Guide" – In multiple languages
  • Sardinia, Italy – "Sardinia is one of the 21 regions of Italy; it the second largest island of the Mediterranean and is located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. Sardinia is a land on its own, with characteristics that make this place a special corner of Italy with special habits, language, music, dresses, food and wine. WHY GO? Sardinia still remains a very wild region with one of the smallest concentrations of people per square kilometre in Europe. It could be considered an exotic destination for a wine trip, even though it was demonstrated by recent studies that it is one of the oldest places in the world where the grape is cultivated. Sardinia is renowned across the world for the beauty of... read more" – "About winerist" – Source: winerist – "wine & food travel made simple"
  • Sardinia travel guide – "An insider's guide to Sardinia, featuring the island's best hotels, restaurants, bars, shops, attractions and things to do, including how to travel there and around. By Rob Andrews, Telegraph Travel's Sardinia expert. Click on the tabs below for the best places to stay, eat, drink and shop, including the best things to do and what to do on a short break" – "" – Robert Andrews, Destination expert – Source: Found in the TRAVEL section – "PLAN WITH THE EXPERTS • BOOK WITH CONFIDENCE" – on The Telegraph – "Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph"
  • Traveller's Guide: Sardinia` – "There's so much to explore on this Italian island – white beaches, wild interiors, ancient villages and a complex history" – Saturday 10 May 2014 – Duncan Garwood – Source: Found in the TRAVEL section on the AKA THE INDEPENDENT – "News | UK and Worldwide News | Newspaper"
  • Travel Guide to Sardinia – "" – "About Us" – Source: Charming SARDINIA® – " THE VERY HEART IS YOU"
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  • Sardinia – "A voyage over an emerald sea, past characteristic coves and beaches of snowwhite sand … this is Sardinia, an island that strikes its visitors with natural contrasts, the lights and colors of a region that boasts old traditions and a wild and pure nature..." – "" – Source: Found in the Discover Italy section on ITALIA – ""
  • Sardinia Tourist Information – " Sardinia - Sardegna in Italian - is a large island in the Mediterranean to the west of Italy. It has a mountainous interior and a famed coastline with turquoise waters which attracts throngs of holiday-makers every year. The island is a region of Italy, and its regional capital is Cagliari, on the southern coast. With three international airports and ferries from mainland Italy, it is a very accessible tourist destination." – "" – Source: Italy Heaven – "Italy Travel, Holiday and Tourism Guide"
  • Secret Sardinia – "While everyone else is elbowing for a beach chair in the Greek Isles or the south of France, this under-visited Italian island holds the promise of true Mediterranean bliss." – September 2010 issue – By Reid Bramblett – "About Us" – Source: Budget Travel – "Travel Deals, Travel Tips, Travel Advice, Vacation Ideas"
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  • Map of Sardegna – "The map of Sardegna – a highly qualitative map updated every 6 months. City center maps, suburbs maps, the best places in and around Sardegna, driving directions from and to Sardegna. ViaMichelin – Sardegna online map" – "" – Source: ViaMichelin – "Maps and Routes"
  • Map of Sardinia – "Map of Sardinia with the most popular tourist destinations. On you can find information on Villasimius, Palau, Chia, Porto Cervo, Pula, Alghero and Cagliar" – "About" – Source: SARDEGNA.COM – "Sardinia Holidays in Italy 2015" – In English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish
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