If you like crystalline turquoise waters, stunning panoramic views, and dramatic cliffs that will make you gasp; Stintino is a place for you.
Castelsardo is an artists dream. Views of the village are amazing from any angle and there is no reason to improvise on color. Views from the citadel are boundless and mesmerizing.
Gallura and specifically Costa Smeralda are most known for luxury. Once you have been to been to the beaches and the surrounding area, you understand why the affluent are attracted to this corner of Sardinia.
With so much natural beauty in Sardinia, it's hard to define a specific place on the island as superior. An excursion to the Arcipelago della Magdalena is truly epic. You'll understand why it's one of the most protected areas in the Mediterranean.
Argentiera is a remote beach that is famous for being a mining ghost town. Lately, artist had taken over the some of abandoned buildings to create art installations that make this place really unique.
At the bottom of the breathtaking cliffs of Capo Caccia is the Grotte di Nettuno. To get there you have to take the path with 656 steps just to get to the grotto and the 656 steps back up... or you can pay to take a boat. By any respect, it's worth the effort.
Until the early 1700s, Alghero was ruled by the Spanish and some people speak Catalan. That influence is obvious in the architecture, but the food is definitely Italian.