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Buggerru Marina, Sardinia, Italy

Buggerru Marina is also known as Port of Buggerru and it is hosted by the seaside town with the same name, in the province of Carbonia-Iglesias. It is a part of the Italian, old region of Sardinia and it is bordered by the municipality of Iglesias and Fluminimaggiore. This marina is strategically positioned in a well-protected natural harbour and it offers incredible, idyllic sceneries to those who decide to make a stop here. Numerous coves, beaches and coasts can be closely admired in this area, such as the Portixeddu Beach, the Compinigius Beach, the Coast of San Nicolao, the Cove of Aqueduct, etc. Tourists will encounter a historically rich area in Buggerru and are encouraged to visit the Canyon Malfidano, the ruins of old mining villages like Planedda, the Mount Royal, etc., the Civic Museum, the Parish Church of St. John the Baptist, etc. This is also a cultural town with plenty of events and festivals where tourists will experience a joyful atmosphere throughout the year.

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Attractions in Sardinia

Sardinia, also known as Sardegna in Italian and Sardigna in Sardinian, is an autonomous region of Italy that is located in the vicinity of Italy, Corsica, Sicily, Tunisia, Provence and the Balearic Islands. It is known to be the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and it has its capital at Cagliare, the largest city on the island.

Sardinia is a wonderful piece of heaven where the waters are crystal clear and the touristic resorts are fantastic. The island receives a great number of tourists each year thanks to its ideal weather conditions, its excellent cuisine and its natural beauties.

According to archaeological evidence, Sardinia seems to be one the oldest structures in Europe. The tourists will be fascinated by the megalithic structures that date from the Mesolithic period, the Bronze Age and other ancient periods of time. Some of the most important structures that are being protected nowadays are the “nuraghi”, which are t... more info