In the southern part of Sardinia, the province of Cagliari offers enchanting and unforgettable landscapes, revealing moments of bewitching magic and unexpected emotions. This is a land where Mother Nature offers herself with generosity, showing off places of stunning beauty.
Mountain landscapes standing in enthralling solitude; gentle hills and fertile plains; grottos revealing fabulous and almost fairy-take-like atmospheres. Endless beaches with white or golden sand, isolated creeks and majestic rocks, enchanting sea beds and grandiose sandy dunes modelled by the wind make up the scenery of the province.
In these rugged and harsh landscapes, the fauna has been preserved with countless species: the impenetrable forests offer protection for boars, and wild cats and are a safe refuge for the last specimens of Sardinian deers; the coastal lagoons, even when they are very close to where people live, are populated with many bird species, especially the magnificent pink flamingos, who live and nest there; the Giare, the rugged basaltic plateaux in the interior, are home to Europe’s last wild cavallini, Sardinian ponies.