When you think of Sardinia, do you think of turquoise sea, beautiful sandy beaches and hidden bays? Or is Flavio Briatore’s Billionaire Club in Porto Cervo associated with the Costa Smeralda? Well, the question is what you want to experience. So, if you are not only interested in the “beautiful and rich” and the really rich, then there is also a lot to discover on the island. We set up our “base” in Santa Teresa di Gallur, the northernmost town in Sardinia. I recommend staying in the low season. Why? Well, the temperatures are very bearable at 25 degrees. There are few tourists on site. This way you can immerse yourself in normal life. But: Before mid-June, bus connections and excursion options are still quite sparse. Nevertheless, with a little creativity and organizational skills, a lot can be arranged.

You can take the ferry from the port of Santa Teresa to Bonifacio on Corsica. From Palau you can take the ferry to La Maddalena in 15 minutes. Four kilometers from Santa Teresa is Capo Testa. The visit can be combined with a beautiful hike. The trip to Castelsardo can also be done using public transport.

Also für was ihr euch auch immer entscheidet, ob Strand-, Wander- oder Fahrradurlaub, die Insel begeistert. Obwohl ich nur im Norden unterwegs gewesen bin, kann ich mir vorstellen, dass auch der Rest der Insel interessant ist. Und wer weiß, vielleicht komme ich nochmals wieder und finde es heraus.