Sardinia is, after Sicily, the second largest island in the Mediterranean. It is located in the center of Mediterranean Sea, 190 km from the Italian coast. 12 km north of Sardinia is French island of Corsica. Sardinia is an island of turbulent and interesting past, inhabited by many nations who left their mark on it, culture and tradition. Sardinia is a truly specific island, full of unique flora and fauna, diverse relief, interesting cuisine and valuable cultural and historical heritage.
Sardinia has a reputation as one of the most elite Mediterranean islands, and is certainly among the most popular. Rich tourist offer, beautiful sandy beaches and turquoise sea are real bait for tourists. The capital and largest city of Sardinia is Cagliari. Sardinia is one of the most popular sailing destinations on the Mediterranean, and has a large number of harbors and marinas.