Sardinia – Itinerary N°3

So we’ve come to the last part of the journey. This time we traveled along the west coastline and then explored the southern part of the island. We found an airbnb just outside Cagliari, so that on our last day we only had about half an hour drive to the airport. We booked a plane ticket from Cagliari to Trieste and then drove home from there.

On our first day we had a pretty long drive planed since we had to come all the way from northern part of the island to the south. We drove along the coast and stopped a lot on our way. First thing in the morning we visited Alghero where we walked around for a bit and stopped for a morning coffee. Our next stop was the town of Bosa, which stands near the biggest river of the island. I loved this town. It has many colorful houses and picturesque streets.



 We continued further south and sopped for a quick dip at Spiaggia Is Arutas. We were amazed with the beautiful sand we found there. It’s like really small glass-like pebbles that are very comfortable, yet don’t stick to you as much as actual sand. Also they are very pretty! :) This is definitely another beach worth visiting. Afterwards we drove to our next accommodation, made some dinner and spent the rest of the day relaxing.

 Is Arutas

Slowly but surely we came to the last day of our journey. In the morning we went to see the region around Nebida and in the afternoon we stopped in Cagliari. Other than that we spent most of the day relaxing. We were already pretty tired of the 14 days behind us and we felt content with what we managed to see. After driving along the panoramic coast of Nebida we found a beach with small pebbles like the ones at Is Arutas and we stopped there for a few hours. It was almost completely empty, we had the whole long beach practically to ourselves. After we were done sunbathing we drove to Cagliari and walked the streets and stopped for some coffee and a piece of cake at a lovely café.



coffee and Nutella cheesecake at Coccodi





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