Today we will discover the 10 places from which you can admire the most romantic sunsets in North Sardinia.
In Sardinia it is possible to admire unique sunsets, from the heights immersed in uncontaminated nature to its wild beaches. The colors of the sunset reflected on the sea create unique and spectacular landscapes, when the sky turns yellow and gold, and then pink and purple. Today we will discover the 10 places from which you can admire the most romantic sunsets in North Sardinia.
10. Porto Cervo
A walk along the pier of Porto Cervo at sunset time, will give you unique emotions. The lights of the port reflected on the sea together with the colors of the sunset, will create a spectacular landscape, to be enjoyed in the company of your partner or even your friends. Here the sunset can also be admired from the terraces of its exclusive clubs, while you enjoy an excellent aperitif in company, or a more romantic dinner, all adorned by the shades of pink and orange.
Sennori is a village of seven thousand inhabitants of Roman origin, located between Sassari and Sorso, in Romangia. From this small village you have a unique view of the Gulf of Asinara, a landscape that becomes even more unique when the sun starts to go down to disappear into the sea on the horizon. Sennori is also famous for its agricultural productions, wine and oil, and handicrafts, such as baskets made from Mediterranean dwarf palm leaves, and for its cultural events.
8. Vignola Mare
From the beautiful beaches of crystal clear water of Vignola Mare you can enjoy a unique sunset. The tourist destination is located on the descending stretch of the north coast of Sardinia, between Santa Teresa di Gallura and Castelardo. From here you will see the sun set behind the fortress of the village, the Tower of Vignola, creating a breathtaking scenery. During the summer evenings you can relax on this beach waiting for the sunset, to experience first hand one of the most romantic sunsets of North Sardinia.
Stintino is located in the extreme northwestern corner of Sardinia, stretching towards Asinara, almost touching it. From its white sandy beaches, among the most beautiful in Europe, you can admire really suggestive sunsets. Further north of the famous beach La Pelosa, we find the beach of Pelosetta, closed by a small island dominated by an Aragonese tower dating back to 1578. Here the landscape is unique at any time of day, but at sunset even more. The colors of the sunset paint the crystal clear waters of the sea creating a natural landscape without equal.
In the extreme north of the west coast of Sardinia, we find the fortress city of Alghero. From the height of its walls and its bastions it is possible to see an enchanting sunset, that dyes of red the port and the whole city. But moving further out of the town it is possible to see other uncontaminated landscapes, which at sunset become even more magical. One of the most beautiful and romantic viewpoints of the area is undoubtedly the view from the cliff of Capo Caccia. From here you can see the sun going down into the water, in a natural frame created by the rocks.
Palau is a famous tourist destination on the northern coast of Sardinia, in Gallura, not far away from the Costa Smeralda. The town is set in an inlet but from its heights it is possible to see the entire inlet turning pink. The ideal point to watch the sunset is the natural monument Roccia dell'Orso (Bear Rock), reachable through a panoramic path of half a kilometer. From here the breathtaking view is guaranteed.
4. Santa Teresa di Gallura
Santa Teresa di Gallura is a beautiful village situated on a promontory in the northern end of Sardinia, overlooking the Strait of Bonifacio. Moving from the center of the village towards Capo Testa, we can reach, towards the extreme north of the peninsula-promontory, the Belvedere from which you can see a spectacular sunset, immersed in the wildest nature. Another panoramic point is the Maritime Lighthouse of Capo Testa, further south of the Belvedere.
3. La Maddalena
Off the Costa Smeralda, in the northeast of Sardinia lies the archipelago of La Maddalena. La Maddalena is the largest island of this archipelago and a road runs along its entire perimeter of 45 kilometers of breathtaking views. The beach from which you can observe the most beautiful sunset is the beach of Bassa Trinità, located in the northwestern part of the island. Here you will be dazzled by an evocative panorama overlooking the nearby islands of the archipelago.
In north-eastern Sardinia, we find the village of Luogosanto, rich in history, religion and culture, surrounded by beautiful landscapes. So called because with its 22 sanctuaries it represents a popular pilgrimage destination, from its 320 meters of altitude it is possible to have a view of the whole Gallura. Reaching the Hermitage of San Trano, an oasis of peace and tranquility, you can enjoy a sunset over the village of Luogosanto, which illuminated by the lights of its houses, is a real romantic landscape.
Castelsardo is an enchanting medieval village, located in Northern Sardinia, which stands on a promontory overlooking the center of the Gulf of Asinara. From the top of its castle, the Doria Castle, you can enjoy a beautiful view of the town of Castelsardo and the sea. Here the sunset you can see will be unforgettable, watching the sun dive into the sea while the lights of the village illuminate the landscape.
Salude & Trigu
The Chamber of Commerce of Sassari, which includes the territories of the two provinces of North Sardinia, namely Sassari and Olbia-Tempio, in 2019 gave birth to the program "Salude & Trigu" for the tourist enhancement of cultural events and traditions of North Sardinia.
Salude e Trigu, in Italian "health and wheat", is an ancient Sardinian wish of well-being. The program was created with the aim of promoting events and traditions of the territory of North Sardinia, but also places and people. Salude e Trigu also wants to be a place of exchange of knowledge and experiences.
From 2019 it creates new job opportunities and development for tourism businesses in North Sardinia, thanks also to the growing demand of the international tourist market interested in an authentic, cultural and experiential territorial offer.
Salude e Trigu is therefore a project that combines cultural and traditional events of North Sardinia, to discover an authentic Sardinia, meeting local people and living the true traditions of the territory. It includes large and small events that allow you to visit and experience the beautiful territory of North Sardinia in a unique and authentic way.FURTHER INFO ABOUT SALUDE & TRIGU❯
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