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Castelsardo

The village of Castelsardo, located on the north-western coast of Sardinia, fully qualifies as one of the most fascinating on the island, where natural landscapes of rare beauty, history, and authentic tradition blend in perfect harmony.

The characteristic historic center preserves among its streets, places rich in cultural interest, such as the cathedral of S. Antonio Abate with its fabulous bell tower overlooking the sea, the magnificent Doria castle, which can be visited all year round, or the Museum of the Mediterranean weave, which celebrates the peculiarity of local craftsmanship, evidenced by the numerous hand-made baskets that adorn the streets of the ancient area. Each alley offers spectacular landscape views dominated by the brilliant sapphire color of the sea that expands to the horizon.

A few minutes from the medieval village, there is the splendid beach of the hamlet of Lu Bagnu, which is accessed by going down a short staircase connected to the parking area. The beach stands out for its beautiful golden sand mixed with flat rocks, while the waters it overlooks have an iridescent surface, from emerald green to deep blue to light blue. Sand bottoms and characteristic rocks alternate, which make this destination particularly attractive for diving enthusiasts. Nearby are all the main services, including bars and restaurants. Other enchanting beaches with suggestive colors are located in the surrounding area and deserve interest, such as the beach of Ampurias and La Vignaccia.

Castelsardo is also a privileged location for various cultural and musical events. It is a unique place to be able to create a model of life that intends to combine the pleasure of living spaces in which respect for the territory and its qualities can be found, where serenity and natural landscapes can be integrated with the sociability and genuineness of local traditions.