2 Bedroom Family vacation home in Tortli with Oceanfront view
Beautiful Family vacation home in Tortli for 5 people
Family vacation home in Tortli is just near beaches. Nowhere else will you find such a variety of beaches as in Sardinia: beautiful long sandy beaches, narrow rock plateaus and intimate beaches surrounded by steep cliffs. The sea is home to many underwater treasures and the wind provides spectacular surf waves. https://youtube.com/watch?v=d-o40Qm1Ys0
Sea Side Resorts :
However, attractive seaside resorts are scarce and there is also no frivolous nightlife. Behind the long, mostly pristine sandy beaches, especially along the east and northwest coast, are concentrations of holiday homes and quiet, secluded campsites. You will find cozy centers here in vain, but there are always a few pizzerias and shops. The nicest are the tourist resorts around Chia, Villasimius and behind the Costa Rei. The Costa Smeralda is very expensive. Sardinia has still not been discovered en masse. Only the jet set and mainland Italians have recognized the island’s beauty. https://youtube.com/watch?v=V39e4rJ8gJ8
Climbing at Cala Gonone, diving for wrecks in the Tavolara Marine Reserve, enjoying the beach of Villasimius or taking a steam locomotive into the beautiful inlands to enjoy the rich flora and fauna.
To the west of Italy is the island of Sardinia, which is the second largest island in the Mediterranean after Sicily. Sardinia has a subtropical and Mediterranean climate which makes the summers very hot. The predominant influence of the wind, however, ensures a pleasant feeling temperature.
Sardinia is perfect for hiking lovers :
Sardinia is predominantly hilly, here and there mountainous, but also has beautiful sandy, rocky and pebble beaches. The miles of beaches are mainly on the south coast and the east and north east coasts are very rocky. Snorkeling and diving from one of these beaches is an option. The most touristic beach in Sardinia is the beautiful beach at Villasimius, but Cala Luna, Costa Smeralda and Solanas are also worth a visit. But at Cala Gonone there is a unique beach that is definitely worth a visit. This is the ultimate place for climbing, water sports and enjoying the wonderful sun, crystal clear water and beautiful white beaches.
Snorkeling and diving in the Tavolara Marine Preserve is also very popular, as there are spectacular underwater wrecks that attract many species of fish, including the barracuda. Because the area is protected, snorkelers and divers must adhere to certain rules.
Important Places in Sardinia :
The most important places in Sardinia are Nuoro, Sassari, Oristano, Olbia and the capital Cagliari. Olbia and Cagliari are also the main ports along with Porto Torres, Arbatax, Golfo Aranci and Porto Foxi. Besides the boat, Sardinia is also easily accessible by plane.
Would you like to discover the interior of Sardinia in a different way? Then try the Trenino Verde, an authentic steam locomotive. In the heart of Sardinia lies the Gennargentu National Park with high mountains, plateaus, valleys, beaches and steep slopes. The park, like the rest of the island, is home to a rich flora and fauna. The cork oak is by far the most famous tree in Sardinia. The native mouflon and the rare monk seal are just one example of the rich fauna. Southeast of Muravera is the Flumendosa estuary which is a real bird paradise where many flamingos, cormorants and herons come together. Dolphins and even small whales are found in the northwest of Sardinia in the Strait of Bonifacio.
Family vacation home in Tortli Area Information :
In short, Sardinia is an island of which the population is proud. Not only because of the beauty, but also the culinary cuisine and the native language, Sardinian, with various dialects. Fish, bread and Mirto play a major role in Sardinian cuisine. Mirto is a drink made only in Sardinia from the leaves and branches (white Mirto) or the berries (red Mirto) of the Mitro plant.
A walking area par excellence is Barbágia, a vast, seemingly impassable area with plateaus, steep (river) gorges, wooded mountain slopes and a rugged rocky coast, where beautiful bays are only accessible on foot or by boat. The Barbágia region stretches from central Sardinia to the rocky coast of the Gulf of Orosei. The national park Gennargentu (see photo introduction) with high, jagged mountain ridges and the massive Sopramonte offer unprecedented opportunities for hikers.
There are many paths, often used by mountain people, but few marked routes. Guided hiking tours are organized on site, such as in Oliena, Dorgali and Urzulei.
Good places to stay for walkers :
The beautifully situated mountain villages in the Barbágia offer little entertainment. Most activity takes place when the women, often dressed in black, leave the church. More lively is the mountain village of Aritzo, which is surrounded by chestnut forests and the high peaks of the Gennargentu. It is a great place to climb the highest mountain peaks, such as Bruncu Spina (1829 m.) And La Mármora (1834 m.), Just like Fonni, a high, but less atmospheric (ski) village.
The impressive gorges and jagged peaks of the Sopramonte are best explored from Dorgali and Oliena. If you are looking for more tourist facilities, the small and beautifully situated seaside resorts of Cala Gonone and Santa Maria Navarrese are a good alternative.
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