Sardinia West Coast

Description


Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea (after Sicily and before Cyprus) and an autonomous region of Italy. It is located in the Western Mediterranean, just south of the French island of Corsica.

Sardinia‘s north west coast features some beautiful seaside resorts interspersed with some really spectacular coastline and dramatic countryside.

Travel along the coast to visit some of the islands most picturesque beaches and inland to its lakes, forests, archaeological sites and Nuraghi, vineyards and castles. This area is packed with interest with the taste of Spain in Alghero and a rare mixture of natural beauty spots and historical areas.

Nestled in the beautiful coastline of West Sardinia, is the town of Bosa. Set amidst a stunning locale with rocky hills, green valleys, palm trees, Italian architecture and the pristine Mediterranean coast, Bosa provides a perfect escape from a busy life in the city.

The Province of Oristano is located in Sardinia’s west. It borders Sassari Province to the north, Nuoro Province to the east, and the Provinces of Medio Campidano and Cagliari to the south.

The Sinis Peninsula is also part of the province, boasting over 56 miles of coast, ranging from sandy beaches to calcareous cliffs and rocky bluffs. Two rivers cross the province: the Tirso, which opens to the Gulf of Oristano, and the Temo, the island’s only waterway (and only partially-navigable).