Sardinia is often described as a Mediterranean paradise. With its fine white sand beaches, the rough charm of its mountain villages, untouched landscapes with sheep and goat pastures, gorges, mountains and relics of various eras. Sardinia is full of contrasts and diversity. These are some of the top highlights that we think are must-sees. Find out some of the best attractions, activities and things to do in Villasimius, Sardinia.
Out of all of Sardinia’s flavours, there is a special position reserved for its signature liqueur: il Mirto.
Cagliari is a mix of cultures, sea and sun that blends into an unparalleled natural scenery. So many reasons to go and discover it.
Barumini is a village that houses the nuragic complex "Su Nuraxi", the best preserved of the island. Su Nuraxi of Barumini has recently been recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Villasimìus is a small town where the scent of the sea can be felt at every step in the streets and in the houses. The sun embraces the low houses surrounded by the Mediterranean scrub, where the scent of the sea blends with that of myrtle, juniper and helichrysum.
The south-east coast of Sardinia from Villasimius to the area of Arbatax is a succession of breathtaking landscapes, coves and inlets, where the thousands of shades of the sea mingle with the blue sky.
Villasimius is certainly among the most famous destinations in Sardinia especially for the beauty of its beaches.
Located 15 minutes from the site of Barumini, this plateau of 4500 hectares consists of a base of marl and sandstone dating back 20 million years.
A town/museum located twenty kilometers from Cagliari in southern Sardinia, San Sperate is famous for its murals, "sound stones", cultural vibrancy, and freshly grown produce, including peaches.
The road to reach the caves of Is Zuddas crosses the coast of the south and winds between coves and seascapes from the Caribbean colors and mountains covered with lush Mediterranean vegetation.