In winter, Sardinia is a place of lonely bays turning into an amazing scenario for long walks and stunning sunsets in front of the sea. Sardinia, at this stage of the year, is about beautiful landscape, the forest and small lakes to discover. Sardinia of short journeys out of town, Sardinia of magical medieval villages, Sardinia of ancient traditions, tasty recipes and a glass of good wine. The island in winter appears as a fascinating, peaceful and romantic corner of the world, ideal for couples and lovers. Accordingly, since S.Valentine's Day is approaching, we want to provide you with our suggestions about the top-three romantic destinations...
Castelsardo fills the eyes from a distance. Standing on a hill overlooking the Gulf of Asinara, in the north west of Sardinia, Castelsardo is a medieval village widely renown as one of the most beautiful in Italy. Holding each other's hand while walking around is the best way to discover countless small shops and taverns where to taste high quality recipes enriched with a glass of wine and the usual conviviality of locals.
Bosa lies in a luxurious valley where the Temo river flows peacefully, reflecting the many colors of the little village in the province of Oristano. Its lively city center has a multitude of open spaces, where you can find children frolicking between shiny bars and traditional restaurants. In Bosa, you can enjoy walking uphill between tiny passages and picturesque houses paving the way towards the old Castle on top of the village. Bosa is to freeze time and feel close to each other.
Let's begin with a kiss when the sun sets behind one of the most beautiful landscapes of the coastline. Alguer - as it was called during the Catalan presence - accounts for 44.000 inhabitants and stands in the province of Sassari. Couples who choose Alghero, will love to get lost in the picturesque architecture of its old town overlooking the sea, between narrow streets and ancient traditions. Even in winter, Alghero is sunny and seductive like a traditional song from Catalogna, to listen late in the evening, while looking at each other's eyes, leaving your souls connecting.