ADD TO LISTIsola di Sardegna isn't a popular stop for travelers making their way through Italy. The few that do usually go to see the Posada. Travelers making their way through the area might want to check out some more well-known nearby destinations such as Cagliari. Have you been to Isola di Sardegna? Help us improve this Isola di Sardegna travel guide by adding your favorite places!
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Bosa is a little city in the west of sardinia.Half of the city is build on and in the rocks.You can go only by foot through the very narrow,tiny streets,which are beautifull.A lot of homes are beaten out of the rock with people living inside the mountain actually.It lies beside a river which gives it a special flair.It 's really not a touristic place, so you have it for your own.People are mostly fisherman and very outgoing and friendly.I loved it!!!!!!!!
Nugedhu Santa Vittoria is a small village overlooking the beautiful Lago Omodea. This is a place not many notice, but once there, you will never forget. The views are spectacular from Belvedere a local restaurant well hidden! If you are looking for a nice cheap house in Italy, you might find it here! The locals make olive oil, wine, and produce vegetables and frutis. You need to speak a few word Italian, but then they love you!
if you're used to european flora and want a bit of change it's a good place top go, but i recommend september or maybe may, full summer can be unbearable to stand for more fragile to heats like me:) never go to water without anything on your feet. and don't buy things in tourist wine-and-cheese shops. the same, better and cheaper is not hard to find, in the end it's a poor region and they-sardinians have to buy things too.
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