Sardinia or Sardegna is one of the most ravishing islands in the world
Sardinia – Sardegna in Italian – is the second largest island of Italy after Sicily.
Sardinia lies 200 km west of the mainland and is actually nearer to France.
The island of Corsica is only 12 km to the south.
The western Mediterranean island, Sardinia is just 120 km north of Africa.
The population is about 1.7 million.
Sardinia’s land area is 24,000 sq km and the capital is Cagliari.
Cagliari is the capital of Italy’s second largest island with a population of 1.7 million
Conquered by Rome in 238 BC, Sardegna has been inhabited since Paleolithic times 2.5 million years ago
Sella & Mosca is Sardinia’s foremost winery. It’s Art Deco label features an ancient method of pressing wine