and most interesting of the Mediterranean islands with its archaeological areas of great
interest and the rich and colourful vegetation of the vineyards and olive and
stands on a wonderful site at an altitude of 250 metres, forming a balcony
overlooking the sea and facing Etna. It is renowned for its peaceful
atmosphere, beautiful monuments and gardens and mild climate.
beautiful unspoiled island, completely surrounded by the clear blue-green
waters of the Mediterranean, offers a
perfect romantic setting.
Once a region
of farmers and shepherds in 1962 it was ‘discovered’ by the international
jet-set and the development was headed by the Aga Khan, turning it into one
of the most opulent and exclusive areas of the island its main resorts being
Porto Cervo, Cala di Volpe and Baia Sardinia