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Porticciolo Turistico Sant Antioco, Sardinia, Italy

Porticciolo Turistici Sant Antioco is also known as Touristic Port of Sant Antioco or Port Sant Antioco and it is hosted by the seaside village with the same name, in south-western Sardinia, on the Balearic coastline. This marina specializes in tourism and recreational activities and offers spectacular views and incredible waterfronts. Travellers will find the port in the province of Carbonia-Iglesias, on the island of Sant’Antioco. This is the second largest island in the historic region of Sardinia and shares with its tourists a rich historical heritage that is mainly comprised of the Roman Bridge, the Palaeo-Christian Basilica of Sant’Antioco, the acropolis, the necropolises, the Archaeological Museum, etc. Cala Sapone is a superb, sandy beach that lies between large rocks, but there are other impressive beaches, too, like the Spiaggia delle Vasche, the Portixeddu Beach, etc. Caribbean colours and rich vegetation are the perfect mix for a relaxing vacation.

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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