Environment

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EnvironmentThe term that best suits Sardinia is perhaps “environments”. What in fact strikes the visitor most is the coexistence of different territories, each with its own geological aspect.
You can choose among many experiences to discover the peculiarities of the Sardinian environment: pleasant outdoor excursions in the woods and pine forests in national parks or scattered on the island are only a few examples.
If you are passionate or curious about the secrets of the underground, Sardinia is rich in caves and mines in part recovered and turned into museums to be admired. This land has often suffered from drought but has many unexpected water resources: you will find beneficial hot springs as spas and waterfalls and fresh mountain springs.

Asinara National Park

Asinara National Park

Asinara, located in the north-western tip of Sardinia, is right in front of the well-known tourist town of Stintino. Asinara is a National Park and natural reserve since 1997 and is part of the “Commune of Porto Torres”. Thanks to its central position in the Mediterranean sea, Asinara was known by mariners such as Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans. During the Middle Ages the Camaldolite Monachs settle down on the island…