What to see: In the province of Olbia-Tempio, framed in between red porphidus rocks, it stands an ancient village of fishermen overlooking the sea. Small fraction of Trinità d'Agultu and Vignola, Isola Rossa is one of those places in which visitors enjoy the quiet atmosphere of a small spot, in which locals know each other and new faces get soon familiar. An oasis surrounded by crystal water and touched by a delicate sun kissing the coastline and its stunning wild beaches.
What to listen: The sound of waves during the Frozen Open Surf Contest, the yearly competition that has been attracting surfers from all over Europe for 11 years. The event takes place in the Marinedda beach, one of the most loved destinations due to the beauty of its natural landscape. After the show the party goes on with music and oct beers on the beach.
What to smell: The aroma of Mediterranean scrub overwhelming the natural landscape along the northern coast of Sardinia. In the mixture of fragrances, it peaks the one of Helichrysum, the yellow colored plant with a sweet aroma.
What to taste: the typical recipes based on freshly fished lobsters that represent one of the most delicious dish of the coastal area.
What to touch: The hard and levigated surface of corals, the precious gift offered by the sea, which has become one of the most important resources for local handicraft products, such as jewelry and ornamental objects.