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Came across this on a drive around the rather rugged and isolated part of the Sardinian coast.
The town looks like something out of a movie practically deserted in appearance,
There is life here isolated though it may be. Can see the past by viewing...More
Parking in Argentiera is not very easy, we searched quite a bit before we found a parking spot, but you can definitely park on the big parking space a little bit outside and higher on the hill. When we entered the city we were expecting...More
Argenitera is the commune of Sassari's best kept secret! I first stumbled upon it unexpectedly in the summer of 2016. An easy 30minute drive from the Alghero airport, this beach is a travelers paradise: crystal clear waters and the dramatic landscapes Sardinia is known for-but...More
Because we nearly skipped Argentiera, I would like to point out that the old town is indeed worth a visit when passing by the west coast of Sardinia.
The attached pictures I have taken are not too representative as I was simply occupied with taking...More
We drove here for the opportunity to take some photos of the decaying mine infrastructure. Unfortunately the site was not as photogenic as I had hoped, but a nice place to stop by anyways. Of special note is the Il Veliero bar/restaurant next to the...More
In summer 2015 we travelled all around Sardinia by car and this was honestly the best beach that we found due to 2 factors - it was surprisingly empty for an Italian beach so you could enjoy your space and the waves were super cool....More
We went to this beach on a hot saturday and it could not have been better! Compared to the many overly crowded Sardinian beaches, this was a nice surprise. It is a bit hard to reach, and there isn't much around, but it is a...More