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SARDINIA’S “SPANISH” COAST

About two hours, 65 miles, and many millennia separate the giant sculptures of the Sinis Peninsula and the city of Alghero on Sardinia’s west coast.

The drive north offers you seascapes and beaches to the west and roads leading to the Sardinian hinterland to the east. One of the deviations is to the Parco Nazionale del Golfo di Orosei e del Gennargentu (Gennargentu National Park), 1.5 hours east of Cabras. Among the…

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