If you’re coming to Sardinia for the flour-white beaches sloping into glass-clear turquoise seas, you’ll find them in abundance. But this island is more than a one-hit wonder, with a forest-cloaked mountainous interior to explore, uplifting clifftop trails to hike and Bronze Age remains to uncover. Historically, culturally and gastronomically, this wild and ravishing Italian isle is a one-off.
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On this week-long adventure, you'll sail and cycle around two crown jewels of Europe's islands: Sardinia and Corsica. The landscapes here are the stuff of Mediterranean dreams, where sky-blue waters turn crystal clear as they reach the soft white sands of emerald coasts. Then there's the countryside, which abounds with landmarks both natural and man-made, from bronze-age ruins to the great granite rocks shaped by wind over millennia into unique formations.
Perfect for the history buff and nature lover, this tour spends two weeks traversing the ancient history of Sardinia and Corsica, starting in the bustling city of Cagliari. Make your way across the two islands by visiting ancient ruins, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and the birthplace of Napoleon, all while indulging in local culture as you visit vineyards, cheese farms, and cork producers. On your free days, sample the local cuisine, sun bathe on dazzling beaches, discover caves and panoramic cliffside views, and try your luck at windsurfing.
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