There are many places around the world that many people dismiss when creating their holiday and bucket lists. However, while this does, at first, sound sad, it is actually extremely advantageous for travellers that end up seeing these unique, underrated locations. Why? Well, only because it is not as touristic and, consequently, the location becomes even more special. It feels as if you discover a secret that Earth withholds.
I am going to talk to you about one of these locations, located by Italy. It is the island of Sardinia. Yet, first let me clarify that this island is very crowded in the summer season. Luckily, I was not there during that time of the year (and, let’s be frank, neither would I want to be—it is way too hot and unpleasant as a result).
So, aside from the famous cuisine that includes the best seafood and fish ever (you’re in the Mediterranean), and aside from the Italian music that is the finest backdrop to a car trip through hills, what else is there in Sardinia?
The answer to that question is simple. The water.
I have seen different corners of the world and have been able to compare the state of the beaches in each of the countries I saw, and so it is a big deal when I say that the beaches in Sardinia were some of the most stunning and breath-taking ones I have ever seen. The colour and clarity of the water was absolutely mesmerising.
But there is no point in me writing a descriptive essay over here for you—the photographs speak for themselves.
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