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Porto Cervo

Located in the north of Sardinia, Italy, this luxurious resort town is known for its breathtaking natural beauty, crystal clear waters, and stunning architecture. The town was built in the 1960s by Aga Khan IV, who aimed to create a high-end destination for the wealthy and elite. Today, Porto Cervo is one of the most exclusive resorts in the world, attracting a wide range of visitors from around the globe.

Porto Cervo is particularly popular with yachting enthusiasts, as the town is located on the Costa Smeralda, considered to be one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world. One of the main attractions of Porto Cervo is the marina, home to many impressive yachts that visitors can spy by strolling around the marina, all while taking in the stunning views of the coastline. There are also several high-end restaurants and bars located in the marina, making it the perfect place to relax and enjoy the Italian lifestyle.

In addition to the marina, there are plenty of other attractions. The town is home to several designer boutiques, including Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Gucci, as well as several art galleries and museums. There are also several golf courses in the area, as well as a range of outdoor activities, such as hiking and sailing. For those looking for a taste of Sardinian culture, there are several traditional villages located within easy reach of Porto Cervo. These villages offer a glimpse into traditional Sardinian life, with narrow streets, historic buildings, and local markets selling traditional crafts and food.

One of the best times to visit Porto Cervo is during the summer months when the town comes alive with a range of events and festivals. The most famous of these is the Sardinia Cup, which is a sailing regatta held in June each year. The regatta attracts sailors from around the world, as well as many spectators, who come to watch the races and soak up the atmosphere.


Then there is Portisco, a small village located on the northeastern coast of Sardinia, Italy, and a beautiful place that offers a unique blend of history, culture, and natural beauty.

Portisco has a rich history that dates back to the Bronze Age. The village is located on a hill overlooking the sea, and it was once an important center for trade and commerce in the Mediterranean. The ancient ruins of Nuraghe Ruiu, is located just outside the village, are a testament to the area’s ancient past. Portisco also has a vibrant culture that is deeply rooted in the traditions of Sardinia. The village hosts many cultural events throughout the year, including festivals, concerts, and exhibitions. Visitors can experience traditional Sardinian music, dance, and food at these events, providing a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the local culture.

Portisco is surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery in Sardinia. The village is also located on the Costa Smeralda, which is known for its pristine waters and white sandy beaches. The coastline is dotted with hidden coves and secluded beaches, making it a perfect destination for beach lovers. The area around Portisco is home to some of Sardinia’s most stunning natural landscapes. The nearby Maddalena Archipelago is a group of islands renowned for their stunning beaches and equally stunning rock formations. Visitors can take a boat tour of the islands to explore the natural beauty of the area.

The village is also a popular destination for sailing, and visitors can rent boats to explore the coastline and nearby islands. The area is also home to many hiking trails that wind through the hills and along the coast, providing spectacular views of the surrounding landscape. For those who prefer to relax, Portisco has many restaurants, cafes, and bars where visitors can enjoy the local cuisine and wine. The village features several spas where visitors can unwind and relax after a day of exploring.

Overall, Portisco is a hidden gem on the northeastern coast of Sardinia, and whether you are a beach lover, a history buff, or just looking to relax and unwind, Portisco is a must-visit destination for your bucket list.

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