Where in Sardinia
Where in Sardinia My in-depth local knowledge, gained through decades of experience in the wedding field, allows me to offer you a wide range of impressive settings which will be the perfect frame for Your Wedding.
Selected locations, villas, historic houses, hotels of the highest level.
I’ll be really happy to accompany you to personally visit these places or provide extensive photographic documentation useful to formulate an initial screening.
The following are the most beautiful places that I recommend for your wedding.
Alghero – a little Barcelona
Everything speaks of Catalonia “the faces, the houses, the sound of voices, the language itself” (Gaston Vuillier).
The charm of Alghero lies not only in its rugged coastline, in its crystal clear sea, in its bold and strong colours, in its fascinating nature, but also in its historical witnesses and in its romantic and playful atmosphere.
Maddalena Archipelago – The Carabbean Mediterranean
Clear waters, dramatic backdrops, beaches hidden in small coves make this strip of land one of the most fascinating in the world.
The archipelago consists of seven beautiful islands and over 60 islets of granitic origin emerging from the crystal clear waters ranging from turquoise to emerald to deep blue.
Established as a National Park it keeps intact its unspoilt natural beauty.
Castelsardo – No steeper cliff…
Pearl of rare beauty, it stands on a steep rocky headland that declines down into the Gulf of Asinara.
Its charm comes from the union between nature and history, its environment keeps intact the ancient traditions of Sardinia.
San Pantaleo – Another Sardinia..
Geographically close to the emerald beaches, it has a truly glamorous atmosphere detached from the worldliness “coast-life” of the most famous Porto Rotondo and Porto Cervo.
Quality of life, traditions and strategic position are critical to the success of this town that suddenly materializes among the granite peaks.
Gulf of Orosei – Unspoiled Beaches
This sea generously offers colours, scents and sensations.
Far from the glitzy worldliness and from the most popular tourist places, it is located near those beaches which are so private yet so incredibly appealing.
Among all beaches, the most remarkable is Cala Luna with its transparent iridescent waters, ranging from a thousand colours.
Costa rei – One of the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world
Clear beaches, fine sand, picturesque coves, unspoiled crystal clear sea (needless to say!).
In short, 10 km of coastline with breathtaking views.
In 2009 the city was awarded the “Travel blogger award” from the famous publisher Lonely Planet that includes Costa Rey among the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world.
Villasimius – The center of the Mediterranean
Fascinating scenery and natural landscape, this is one of the most popular places of Sardinia and the Mediterranean.
Landscapes of exceptional beauty, with an intensity of colours able to “bewitch” the visitor.
Heavenly beaches and coves, sublime backdrops to be explored, rich Mediterranean vegetation.
This underwater landscape wonder is considered a Marine Protected Area of Capo Carbonara
Cagliari- The seaside city
On the one hand ponds and salt flats with their famous pink flamingos; behind that, the mountains which shape the semicircular outline of the coast; in the middle, the city standing with its castle.
Around all this, the beautiful sea, swept by constant wind and with the sunlight that embeds it between earth and sky.
Cagliari, a seaside city and a city to love.
Nora – Chia – Between history and nature
Suspended between sky and sea, nuragic findings and rocky headlands, you can admire sandy fair beaches and ponds where pink flamingos go, barren and uninhabited islets and cliffs overlooking the cobalt sea, where, in the highest point, a lighthouse makes you feel “on top of the horizon. ”
Island of Carloforte – Colours and smells
Of Ligurian origin , it is a 30-40 minute boat crossing from Calasetta or Portoscuso.
Its shores are high and rocky, washed by a clear blue sea, with a rich Mediterranean vegetation: myrtle, cistus, arbutus, erika, …
Here you can find the most beautiful and unspoiled beaches of Sardinia.
Porto Paglia – Ancient trap (tuna-fishing nets)?
Superb scenery and a blast from the past made of traditions linked to the sea and its rites. Coves, cliffs, dunes, dominated by the architectures of the ancient trap. Clear green and deep sea and a spectacular scenery.
Stintino – The last strip of Sardinian land
In the extreme north of Sardinia there is one of the most beautiful beaches in the region, “la Pelosa”: white fine sandy beach, turquoise-blue sea with very shallow water, wild and unspoiled nature: one of the most beautiful seas in the Mediterranean.