The author DH Lawrence called Sardinia "something else...It’s a land that resembles no other place. Enchanting spaces and distances to travel – nothing finished, nothing definitive. It’s like freedom itself."

Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean with a coastline of nearly 2000 km, but remains a well-kept secret in terms of mass-tourism. Although a part of Italy and all the accompanying cultural heritage that indicates, Sardinia retains its own unique identity.

The island has several local languages and dialects, which retain equal status with Italian by law. Spread across eight provinces it is a place of ancient history and buildings influenced by Romans and Arabs, Greeks and Spanish visitors, volcanic rocks and dense green forests. 

It is rustic with food and drink based on simplicity, yet bursting with complex flavours. Farmhouses and secret beaches and coastal paths are all ready to be discovered. Sardinia can offer you picture-book beaches and mountain vistas whilst always offering you a sense of well-being and calm. It is the perfect destination to take a break from the stresses of modern life. Simply put, there is one island, but many different ways to experience Sardinia!