You’ll need 8 days to cross Sardinia from north to south. Three steps are necessary to enjoy each province’s specificities.
Except the Costa Smeralda#jetset, the second biggest mediterranean island is surprisingsly discreet. The ancient Greeks claimed that the Atlantide was located here. For them, the shoreline had been drowned and the villagers had sought refuge in the mountains separated by natural borders. We naturally felt the need to explore the most beautiful Sardinian lands.
North and Maddalena
Our trip starts in Corsica, from Bonifacio with a one hour crossing. We arrive in Santa Teresa di Gallura in Sardinia, the island’s natural entrance from Corsica or north Italy. We immediately notice similarities between Corsica and Sardinia, starting with the flags. Sardinia’s has four Moors king’s heads wether turned left or right, wether blindfolded or not, depending on the political message :)