Destination Sardinia



Gallura is characterised by blissful landscapes, cork oak woods, millenary olive trees, granite ranges, and the emerald and turquoise colour of its sea.
Thanks to its harbour and airport, Olbia represent the main access to Gallura. The harbour is close to the centre of the town, and it takes only a couple of minutes by car to reach the airport. A private airport is present too, which, in the Summer, hosts the largest worldwide number of arrivals.
Costa Smeralda is the pearl of Gallura and the whole island. Created in 1962 by an international business group led by Prince Karim Aga Kahn, it still represents one of the most exclusive tourist destinations in the world. Luxurious hotels and famous restaurants are present, together with a Maxi-yacht harbour, characterised by a huge concentration of yacht in the Summer.

Suggested period for the holiday: from Easter to October.
Tourism: individual, congressional, incentive.



Alghero is situated in the province of Sassari, and one of its characteristics is the still present strong Catalan influence. The long period of the Spanish colonization influenced the architecture of the town, both city and culinary traditions, and the dialect.
Suggested period for the holiday: all year round.
Tourism: individual, congressional (small groups), incentive.



Cagliari is the capital of the island, and it hosts the main government institutions and lots of universities. Thanks to the mild climate, the city is lively and crowded all year round. Cagliari is situated on the Southern coast of Sardinia, facing the Golfo degli Angeli (Angels gulf), and it was built on seven chalky hills, which still identify the different areas of the city.

Suggested period for the holiday: all year round.
Tourism: individual, congressional (large groups too), incentive.



French island similar to the close Sardinia. Its landscapes and vegetation are like those of Gallura, with which, from 1300/1400 to 1800, Corsica was related because of economic and cultural bonds. Gallura’s dialect is, in fact, very close to that spoken in the mountain areas of Corsica.