The Nuragic stones of Sardinia, dolmen, menhir, domus de Janas and tombs of the giants, are enshrouded by a powerful magnetic force that seems to influence body and mind and generate the well-being of both. The tomb of the giants at Li Mizzani, in Palau, attracts numerous visitors, who arrive here to treat their minor ailments and to charge themselves with positive energy. The site of s'Ena 'e Thomes in Dorgali, along with other Nuragic sites spread across the Island, are also energy sources, places rich in with flowing magnetic energy transmitted from the crevices in the granite.
A mild climate and warm hospitality, thousands of years of traditions with varied and unparalleled landscapes: this is the setting where the Island's golf courses are located, places where you can combine a passion for sport with a charming holiday, in elegant environments, with high-quality services, wellness centres and delicious cuisine
With full freedom, open your arms and heart. You are free to scuba dive in the most crystalline waters, practice the most extreme sports, travel in time by visiting places and monuments from a mysterious past and begin a trip within the trip surrounded by inimitable meals and flavours.
Tropical landscapes only seen in films, fairy-tale scenery, out of reach and typical of postcards or photographs: in reality they do exist and they are also incredibly near - you can find them in Sardinia, the most extraordinary island in the Mediterranean. Its nature is unspoilt and wild - a combination of the strength and splendour of the sea and the energy of the rugged mountain scenery. If you want to experience them up close, there is the Supramonte mountain range in the Ogliastra area, a dreamlike itinerary, overlooking the sea with cliffs, coves and beaches that visitors have elected the most beautiful in the world. It means diving into the waters of wonderful coves and experiencing mysticism and contemplation. Cala Biriola - Ogliastra
According to Greek legends, Aristaeus introduced this cultivation to Sardinia. The hero settled here because of the beauty of the land and he gave his two sons names linked to agriculture and viticulture: Kallikarpos, meaning ‘bearing good fruit’ and Charmos, from the Semitic krmy (winemaker). From mythography to reality. Today, the fact that wine-making on the Island goes back at least as far as the 15th century BC is a certainty: according to archaeologists, botanists and chemists, the oldest wine in the Western Mediterranean area was Sardinian.
One of the most important places for national and international tourism. It is a jewel in the crown, along with Porto Cervo, forthe Gallura area, on the north-eastern coast of Sardinia. Porto Rotondo is a district in Olbia, a few kilometres from GolfoAranci, Palau and Arzachena. In 500 hectares of territory, between the gulfs of Cugnana and Marinella, with a highly-equipped tourist port with 800 moorings for boat, there are about a thousand residents in winter. In the summer, there are sometimes as many as 30 thousand inhabitants in the villas, timeshare homes and residences built around an initial nucleus of the village, dating back to 1964. It was started by the Venetians, Luigi and NicolòDonàdalle Rose, as part of an initiative undertaken by a group of entrepreneurs. This is where its architecture, which decidedly resembles the structure of Venice, comes from and, not surprisingly, the main square is PiazzettaSan Marco. Along with the magnificent residences, there are also numerous luxury and extra-luxury hotels.
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