Sardinia, Italy

MANY PEOPLE THINK OF SARDINIA AS A DESOLATE PLACE OF JUNGLES AND MOUNTAINS, BUT IN REALITY IT IS A SPLENDID LAND LINED WITH DAZZLING BEACHES, CRAMMED WITH BUNCHED UP BOAT YARDS, IT IS A CENTER OF SOCCER AND IS A RANGE OF RESTAURANTS.

Sardinia's sweets and fancy foods.

Welcome to Sardinia an amazing land beutiful but deadly for if you eat a single bite you may not want to return, read on to reconize possible syndromes of the "Sardinia Addiction". Sardinia is home to an amazing variety of food from pizza to snails there is nothing that can match its originality with food. One splendid animal that causes people to be original is the wild boar, whether it is La Focaccia Alla Prosciuto (As seen below) along with the Rigatoni alla Carbonara (As seen below the Focacia) they are both some of my favorite foods and both use wild boar as the main condiment, even though it is an island. Reasonably since it is an island it's (sardinia) largest food category is fish so it is often used in pasta pasta is actually a food group there "you should have one plate a day".

How to Speak in Sardinia.

The most common language of Sardinia is of course Italian, but Italian is also the most grammatically complex language and knowing this would it really be that hard to believe that it (italian) has 26 different dialects among those are Sardinian, Roman, Sicilian, Calabrian, and Napolean. Well believe it or not it's true. But whether it's difficult or not (ohh believe me it is) it is all in all a absolutely beautiful language.

Sardinia's Historical Story of History.

Sardinia's history is indeed an old one complicated at that as well, but lets skip the boring politics and jump onto the midst of the interesting parts. Sardinia was discovered in the midst of the first Punic War during roughly 238 b.c. the discoverers (mainly soldiers running away from the war) were shocked to notice huge stone constructions which contained hundreds of bones at the time they were believed to be tombs of giants do to the size of the constructions and the bones, this belief lead to their modern day name of "Tombe De' Le' Giganti" now modern day scientists know better and can classify the bones located within as horse bones and roughly healed swollen human bones these are presumed to be burial mounds for native soldiers and there steeds also located were fair bones thought to be the bones of the rest of the family, along with heavily worn bones of large dogs presumably the warrior's war-hounds.

Shown above is a common sized "Tomba Di' Un' Gigante"

Sightseeing in Sardinia

Sardinia is a lush landscape dotted with snow capped mountains yet it can still retain a speckled coast of sun-baked beaches, Sardinia is a truly enchanting land. Whether it is to scale mountains, play soccer, swim in the wild blue yonder or trek through the jungle Sardinia is a fantastic place for tourists.

Sardinia is home to an amazing variety of unique wildlife native only to those regions such as the muntjac (see below center) also it has amazing spectacles of nature untouched by the spread of pollution (see below right) and fabulous aquatic caves that are the only places in the world that house certain animals (see below left).

Why Sardinia, Italy

Sardinia's Surroundings.

Sardinia is full of famous landmarks both natural and man made. Not only is it home to the oldest building in Italy and quite possibly one of the oldest in the world(below paragraph), but it also is in possession of one of the top 15 worlds oldest living trees (bottom under temple) it also was given the prize of widest girth of tree by Guinness world record. it is also where you would go to see one of the worlds largest plateaus.

Seasons in Sardinia

in Sardinia i,t does not seem like it has 4 seasons in reality it seems like 2, hot and rainy season, and a cold dry season. In Sardinia the summer and spring can get up 90 degrees Fahrenheit while in winter it can drop down to -40 degrees Fahrenheit.

And when I say rainy during summer ohh I mean it, it is so bad that it can rain 7in. in 1 1/2 hours.

Map of Sardinia, Italy