Sardinia is an Italian island in the Mediterranean; impresses with its clear waters, rock formations, small islands and islets and its people with their own special status because they are an autonomous region of Italy.
What to see
The island of Sardinia enjoys a very mild Mediterranean climate on the coast close to the sea, but even in the interior, is difficult to have snow or too cold. The crystalline sea surrounding the island of Sardinia makes an ideal holiday destination for those who like to enjoy the beach.
Of particular note are in the northeastern the beaches of the Costa Smeralda and the Maddalena archipelago as well as the island of Caprera.
Among the cities, Alghero is noted and link with Spain for its remains of the Catalan language, spoken by its people and even you can see the names on the streets in Catalan and Italian.
Getting to Sardinia
The way to go Sardinia depends on the traveler; you can take a flight to Sardinia from various European airports and can be reached by boat, taking the ferry that leaves from Barcelona or elsewhere near the coast.
In conclusion, whether it makes the trip by ferry or plane, if you go north or south, the island of Sardinia captivate the tourists.
Where to stay
The T hotel offers modern accommodation with excellent bus connections to the center. It offers contemporary, stylish bar and wellness area with hydrotherapy SPA. Its 207 rooms are bright and spacious with air conditioning, radio, satellite TV and minibar. The hotel also has a gym and spa Acqua Journey with a hydrotherapy pool, steam baths and chromo therapy showers.
The T restaurant serves Sardinian and Italian food for dinner.
The hotel is 10 minutes driving from the beach of Poetto and 10 minutes from the Cagliari-Elmas airport, ebooking now.