Tourism in Sardinia is a relatively new phenomenon. Until recently, apart from the highly exclusive north eastern coast of the Costa Smeralda, there was little choice but to stay in modest hotels or private houses, especially away from the principal towns and a handful of seaside resorts. Today, the quality of Sardinian tourist accommodation has reached the same high standards as can be found in the rest of Italy.
The coastal areas are not the only parts of the island driving growth in tourism in Sardinia, there are also many areas once used exclusively for farmland that offer fabulous holiday accommodation, such as Fonni and Oliena.
The variety of solutions for finding a dream holiday location in Sardinia is extensive, ranging from a traditional hotel, to relaxing and basic rural retreats, bed and breakfasts and farmhouses. The island is small, so invites exploration, which could include a combination of beach locations and its beautiful and diversified countryside, with impressive mountain ranges, views stretching as far as the horizon, and wide plains covered in wild flowers in the Spring. There really is something for every taste, on this ancient and enchanting island.
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Dec 07, 2017
Another important acknowledgment to the work of NECSTouR Regions towards a more competitive and sustainable tourism has been obtained today at the "Charter Award Ceremony 2017", organised by EUROPARC Federation to celebrate the work of Protected Areas towards the implementation of the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas.
"Celebrating the work of Protected Areas towards the implementation of the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas"
In the framework of the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, to celebrate the work of the Natural Protected Areas towards the implementation of the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism, the EUROPARC Federation is delighted to invite you for the annual Charter Award Ceremony 2017, on 7th December in the European Parliament in Brussels.
September the 29th 2017,
In the framework of “Programma Mattone Internazionale Salute – Pro.M.I.S.”, a subgroup of 9 Italian Regions (Basilicata, Campania, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Lombardy, Piedmont, Sardinia, Tuscany, Veneto and Autonomous Province of Trento) is dealing with the "Medical Tourism" issues.