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Parks und Natur in Sardinien

Erstklassige Parks

Theme Park
“NATURAL PARK: If you like nature and opened areas, if you like to walk or to ride a bike, then you must visit Molentargius Natural Park. There's also the possibility to rent a bike for a few hours to explore the area.”
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Park
“Large public park on a hilltop, with tree-lined avenues & kids' playground, plus panoramic views.”
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Andere tolle Restaurants mit Sitzmöglichkeiten im Freien
“A famous local peninsula, that offers stunning panoramic views of the Mediterranean, local sea stacks, and an unbeatable view of the sunset from the top! The peninsula is reachable by car and doesn't require much climbing. You can also relax and enjoy food and drinks at a restaurant/bar on site.”
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Andere tolle Restaurants mit Sitzmöglichkeiten im Freien
“In the centre of Sardinia, between Barbagia and Ogliastra, a deep chasm opens up, representing a spectacular, very valuable natural monument, based on its biodiversity and the endemism of plant and animal species. It is the most spectacular canyon in Europe and it is also one of the deepest: while driving down the eastern coast of Sardinia, you really must stop to visit it. Gorropu (or Gorroppu) is a gorge, created from erosion and located in the Supramonte area, between the territories of Orgosolo (Nuoro) and Urzulei (Ogliastra). It has been shaped over time by the force of the Rio Flumineddu rivulet that flows along its bed, at a depth of 500 metres. The width of the gorge varies from a few dozen metres to just four meters. You can reach it, departing from the Gorropu base camp, on the promontory of Su Cungiadeddu (altitude of 830 metres): in five minutes, you will be at the Genna Sìlana pass. From here, you can admire a unique landscape: from the Supramonte areas of Urzulei, Orgosolo, Oliena and Dorgali to Gennargentu and, on clear days, as far as Baronìa. It is the wildest territory on the Island: if you want to tackle its trails, place your trust in local hiking companies and equip yourself with technical equipment. The landscape is marked with long còdule - limestone gullies that sometimes stretch to the sea - narrow gorges and deep sinkholes, caves and ponors, cliff faces and peaks of over a thousand metres high. The area is covered with spectacular juniper trees, thousand-year-old yew trees, holm oak forests and Mediterranean species (among which oleanders and broom), is the habitat of typical Sardinian wildlife, like the golden eagle and the mouflon. There are also prehistoric remains: Nuragic villages and towers and Tombs of Giants, which blend into the environment and are positioned to watch over the territory. You can reach the gorge along the Sedda ar Baccas-Gorroputrekking trail 'for experts', which is twelve kilometres long (in approximately three hours). Alternatively, you can leave Dorgali, crossing the valley of Oddoene (by car) until you reach the s'Abba Arvabridge and, from here, you can continue on foot for two hours, along a stretch of the Flumineddu river and the southeastern side of Mount Oddeu. These territories were the place of Sardinian resistance for centuries: the rulers had a difficult time here, as this was the area most hostile to Roman militia (Cicero's montes insani). The unusual nature of the place has generated legends: one tells us that, from the narrowest point of the gorge, where the vertical rock faces are over 450 metres high, you could see the stars in broad daylight. Or, it is said that the magical flowers of the 'male fern' bloom by night: only the bravest and greatest experts can pick them.”
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Park
“Nature area with paths for walking / jogging, 2 parks for dogs, pond and wildlife.”
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Village
“There are 3 routes to take through the park area, picnic table & view points through out --& Its Free”
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Park
“Historic garden with a wide range of trees and plants, including tropical, succulent and Mediterranean varieties.”
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National Park
“Take a cruise and allow yourself to see one of the most breath-taking place within the Mediterranean sea”
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Spielplätze

Playground
“A circa 10 km, si trova uno dei più grandi parchi acquatici della Sardegna.”
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Playground
“ITA: Parco con parchi giochi, prato verde e ombra, perfetto per il pomeriggio / la sera per giocare i vostri bambini a 5 minuti di auto dalla nostra villa. ENG: Park with playgrounds, green meadow and shade, perfect for afternoon / evening to play your kids at a 5-minute drive from our villa.”
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Playground
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Strände

Beach
“Did you know that Brandinchi bay is also know as Thaithi? The sight of turquoise water and dazzling white sand, all shaded under an expanse of pine forest, will certainly take your breath away.”
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Beach
“You can both use ferry boat to get there, or use the walk (composed by 664 steps!!) which faces onto the sea! Astonishing view, and unmissable experience!”
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Beach
“One of the wonders of the Gulf of Orosei, as well as the symbol of the eastern coast of Sardinia. Cala Luna is located half way between the territories of Baunei and Dorgali and is characterized by the mouth of the Codula di Luna torrent. Sheer rock faces protect and frame the cove, dotted with shady, spacious natural caves that offer shelter from the sun in the hottest months. The golden beach in the centre of the cove is washed by theclear blue, sea. It is particularly popular with recreational underwater fishing enthusiasts or people who simply want to take a dip in its waters. It is equipped with a bar, a place for dining/refreshments and has shallow waters that makes it easy for children to play in the sea. The beach can be reached via sea, by boat, such as the boats departing from the nearest tourist ports (Cala Gonone, Santa Maria Navarrese and Arbatax). For trekking enthusiasts, the beach can be reached via a difficult trail (suitable for real experts), leaving from Cala Fiuli (Dorgali) or from Baunei. Because of its unusual beauty and wild charm, it was chosen as the setting for the film entitled 'Swept Away' by Lina Wertmuller, with Mariangela Melato and Giancarlo Giannini, an Italian cinema cult movie. It was also the setting for the remake of the film, starring the superstar, Madonna. All around the bay, are the mountains of the Gulf of Gennargentu NationalPark, with their inaccessible peaks, the land whitened by pure white stones scattered all over the territory and large green valleys offering picturesque trekking trails. Holm oak, strawberry tree and oak woods create a picture-postcard landscape throughout the year, especially when spring and autumn bring with them a kaleidoscope of colours. Further south, along the gulf, in the territory of Baunei, you will find other havens with their unspoilt nature and crystal clear waters: the coves of Biriola, Sisine, Mariolu and Goloritzè,other corners of paradise that will remain in your memory for a long time and all of which can be reached by boat or via exciting trekking trails.”
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Beach
“Beautiful beach of fine white sand, clear sea and beautiful colors with shallow water, characterized at its back by the presence of the pond of Notteri where the beautiful pink flamingos live, with the possibility also to photograph them from close enough if we are lucky ... it is payable and costs € 5 all day and the same ticket is valid for the whole day also in other coves of Villasimius. There are bathing establishments.”
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Beach
“In the south-eastern coast of Sardinia, one stupendous beach, used for some advertising campaigns, stands out for its unmistakable fascination, clear water and white sand on one side, and a granite quarry on the other. Local tip: enjoy the sunset from the small kiosk in the left corner of the beach”
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Beach
“Lazzaretto beach is located north-west of Alghero, near the village of Fertilia and close to Spiaggia delle Bombarde with beautiful views of Alghero in the distance and Torre del Lazzaretto to the right – an ancient tower that was built with local limestone around 1580. The beach has a wide range of services and facilities. If you’re on holiday in the Alghero area, this beach shouldn’t be missed. Biking is an option, but get ready for some uphill and dirt roads. ”
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Beach
“Beautiful beach, equipped and free with showers. The seabed is very shallow and you can walk admiring the fish and the color of the crystal clear water in all variations of blue, suitable for children. Very popular because you can get there on foot from the center of Santa Teresa.”
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Beach
“Questa spiaggia è tra le più belle della località Chia. E' una spiaggia ampia e lunghissima, circondata da dune di sabbia alte fino a 20m e ricoperte di ginepri secolari, che con le loro forme creano un paesaggio suggestivo e romantico”
  • Von 25 Einheimischen empfohlen

Wanderwege

Cave
“Amazing cave. You have to enter with a guided tour. There is also a restaurant with good local food for very moderate prices. ”
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Nature Preserve
“spiaggia di Porto Ferro, Capo Caccia oppure localita' a 40km. Stintino o Bosa-marina”
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Wanderweg
“Si accede da due sentieri, quasi sempre dalla valle di lanaitho, il più panoramico e ripido sta sul versante di Oliena, mentre quello più semplice parte dalla valle di Surtana”
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