Sardaigne

Sardinia, separated from its neighbor by a thin Corsica 11km inlets, is certainly Italian nationality, but its culture is undoubtedly Sardinian. This large mountainous island opposes its sparsely populated and wild hills of beautiful coastlines, coves and beautiful beaches of sand that will delight any good summer visitor, and, later in the season. The busy streets of Cagliari marine landscapes of the Costa Smeralda, crossing the imposing massif of Gennargentu, Sardinia has retained that aura of unreachable that gives its charm to the trip. The sovereignty of Sardinia went through many powers over its history: Romans, Byzantines, Spaniards. The island, however, during that time developed their own culture, strong identity, different from the Italian culture. The Sardinian language is illustrative, as the Sardinian overtone singing, the art is found far from here, in East Asia! Between its climate, its history and culture, Sardinia has prime assets to attract visitors. And this without even city beaches and coves, still far from being stormed, or discoveries through the rolling countryside of the island, or in the streets of the capital, Cagliari. Sardinia, traveling to the rhythm of nature Sardinia is a lovely island in many ways. First, it enjoys a Mediterranean climate, mild in nature. Summers where temperatures easily exceed 30 & deg; C, and cooler winters, although the mercury falls rarely below 6 & deg; C. The mild climate also save you the torrential rains, yet very noticeable to his neighbor, Corsica. With such weather conditions, a natural enclave and a cultural isolation long maintained, the natural landscape of Sardinia is beautifully preserved. The island is a veritable encyclopedia for geologists! The oldest rocks that make up the island from north to south, sedimentary mostly date back to the Precambrian era that generally is around 4,560 billion years before our èr




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