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Vaga ilus saar, lisan siia my Sardiinias elava sobra kommentaarid ja nouanded (mis ta meile jagas aasta tagasi), akki on sellest kasu (kindlasti on!):

Cagliari can be visited in 1
day, and You needn't car for that. Some place around
You could visit, as Villasimius village and beaches,
Pula village and beach. But nothuing to have with
Alghero or Castelsardo for example. I mean: You don't
find interesting villages or towns full of history or
culture like in the north.
They are only simple and small touristic sites, which
work in high season. But all the rest of the year are
totally empty.
So forget to find autenticity and traditions there.

But if You only need to enjoy some swim or relaxing on
the beach, the I suggest You Villasimius, Pula o Chia
(all of them not less then 50 or 70 kms from
Cagliari.
Anyway, Cagliari has a long beach too. Its name is
Poetto Beach. You need to take a bus to get there. It
takes only 5 or 10 minutes.

Car You could use if You really decide to move to the
other places I mentioned above.

Main archeologic places are Barumini "Su
Nuraxi"(Nuragic Age) and Nora (Old Roman Village".
Cagliari town has a interesting old center, with a
castle.
In the evening You can enjoy some bars or restaurants
too.

  • is it better to take the bus/train to Alghero right away and
    rent a car there to see all the west coast?

  • I think it is better to take the train or bus, and go
    to Alghero, surely!!
    There I will suggest You how to rent a car, if You will
    keep this idea to go around on Your own ;)

  • Also, is it possible to rent a car in Sardinia and
    take it to
    Corsica or because it’s a different country, do we
    need to rent it separately?

  • Yes, You can rent a car in Sardinia and go to
    Corsica. No problem.
    In Corsica I will suggest You some nice places as well
    in separated mail, or directly when You will be here.

Siinkohal minu enda markus - soovitan autoga korsikale minna, see pole kallis, ja seal kohe mugav ringi soita. Ja korsikale tuleks kindlasti minna, praam laheb santa maria di gallura'st mis olbiast vaga kaugel pole.

Lot of things to do here in Sardinia, as i said You ;)

  • and be sure
    that You will discover nice corners of Paradise...
    Especially about nature and traditions, nice villages
    where the time is stopped.

Generally I can say You that mostly of interesting
things You could visit here, are in the north, as You
understood.

There are a few Medioevals villages in the north west,
something that You couldn't find in other parts of
island...
Places like Alghero (You just visited), Castelsardo,
Bosa for example... or fishermen villages like
Stintino, Santa Teresa,
Isola Rossa, Palau are unique and uncomparable! Check
it to believe! Word of a True Traveler ;)

In the south it worthes a visit Cagliari, as I just
told You before. Some beaches around there
(Villasimius, Chia, Porto Pino)
Interesting is the "Nuraghe Barumini", a sign of our
ancient culture of Nuragic Age (about 1800 a.c.).
Another nice area is in the east side of Island. There
is Nuoro County. It is a mix of fantastic coast lines
and
incredible inland with mountain, forests, rivers and
lakes too.
A visit You haven't to miss in Cala Gonone area. And
if there is possible in that time You could ask for a
coast tour by boat.
From the port usually starts a service which connects
the village with the most interesting places along the
coast around. Really wondering!!!!
Sometime You can find some fisherman or local people
which is willing to carry You there for no so
expensive price...

Generally the connections with buses or trains are not
good in Sardinia. Only Cagliari and Sassari have
regular connections everyday, but often the time sheet
is not
so confortable. To say You about connections with
others
sides of Island better don't say. I feel shame on
that. But it is so :(
So it is good if You have the car as You said me. With
a good map You can visit more and freely.

Here is what I propose You:

1 - Alghero (nice medioeval village, drive on its

coastline till Fertilia and Capocaccia Cape, discover

the beaches of Le Bombarde, Lazzaretto and the wilder
beach of Porto Ferro, visit Neptune Caves (opened all
year long) by boat from Alghero Port by boat or
walking down along the cliffs from Capo Caccia Cape.

Place to stop for a good meal in Alhero:
Poldo (infront of Port). It is a self service with
veranda outside. Good also for only some sandwich too.
And if You can, don't miss to have a lunch or dinner
in
Agriturismo Sa Mandra (close to airport of Alghero).
Autentic and traditional mood and cooking for 35 euro
per person for a all inclusive meal, but really a lot
to eat there.

2 - driving from Alghero on the precious western coast
road to Bosa.
It is very interesting route with a wonder Nature
around. You will want to stop here to take pics many
times I guess ;)
Bosa: visit old center and castle, possible to
take boat trip in the river till the monastery.

3 - Stintino: (visit the village, La Pelosa Beach and
ancient Aragonese Tower on the beach and, if You have
time, visit The Asinara Island just in front of
Stintino,
You can visit that with jeep, small and funny train
which You will see in Alghero too, or by bus. Another
interesting thing: it could be very interesting to
drive on the roadcoast which links Alghero to
Stintino. On this way You can visit the
ancient silver mine of Argentiera, mistery and scary
mood); and the sea there is very good for surf...

Place to have a restoration in Stintino:
La pelosetta Restaurant o Snack bar I Ginepri (just on
the beach of La pelosa.

4 - Castelsardo (precious medioeval sea village.
Take a visit in the old center, great panoramas and
seaviews and visit the Elefant Rock and Nuraghe "Sa
Eni" close to Elephant Rock no far from the village.
Place for appetizers and a good drink is the wine bar
"Le Cisterne" or even "Bounty Restaurant" in the old
center. If You want to spend only a bit, then look for
Il "Piccolo Borgo", in the old center. Here You can
have some traditional appetizers for 10 or 15 euro,
drinking red wine too.

5 - Santa Teresa di Gallura (Visit the village, Capo
Testa Cape and "La Valle della Luna" (Moon Valley).
Place to have meal: in the main square and around, You
can find some place to eat.

6 - Porto Rotondo (visit the village)

7 - Baia Sardinia (visit the village)

8 - Porto Cervo (nice and precious village and beaches
of Capriccioli and Romazzino named "Spiaggia del
Principe" or Prince Beach too)

9 - Poltu Quatu (nice village)

10 - Liscia di Vacca (nice and delighted small
village. I'd name it a small Venice of Sardinia...

When You are visiting the area of Porto Cervo, Porto
Rotondo, Baia Sardinia and even Olbia, then I advice
You to choose an agriturismo which You could find
wherever, with always good meals and quality of
service. My favorite there is "Sa Cresja Ezza" (The
"Old Church" in local dialet). Very traditional place
with a great cooking, without doubts. There is
possible to sleep too. The bungalows are furnished in
Sardinian Style, very clean and confortable for very
good price. If You want You can say that You are my
friend to Nuccio, the owner of the agriturismo.

Let's continue.....

11 - Cala Gonone (a place with nice mountains, cliffs
and beaches, possible to take a public boat and to
get to preciouses beaches of Cala Mariolu, Cala
Sisine, Cala Luna and Cala Goloritze. Possible visit
all these beaches by bike or treking. Very
interesting!!!
but it takes some hours. For lunch or dinner I suggest
You "Su Gologone" (A few kilometers far from Cala
Gonone, on the on the road from Cala Gonone to Nuoro.
It is a country restaurant and hotel, which is great
with hospitality and cooking. Very famous in all
Sardinia Island. Nice place... All around the area of
Cala Gonone or Dorgali, another interesting
municipality in that area, is possibile to take many
escursions: Su Gorroppu, Tiscali, Corrasi, Cala
Goloritze'...

12 - La Maddaleana Archipelago (take a trip with car
all around the island of La Maddalena and its village,
visit Caprera Island and Giuseppe Garibaldi House. You
can get La Maddalena in 15 minutes by ferry boat from
Palau. Visit others its Islans: Spargi, Budelli and
Santa Maria Islands from La Maddalena by boat. It is
something You could not forget anymore in Your life...

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Aga kas vana aasta ohtuks enam vabu kohti on, pole kindel.

Enda lemmikud nt Mango Tree, Thai Garden, Crazy Bear, Claridges, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, kuid usun, et need juba ammu tais broneeritud.

Ega selle CoudhSurfing'uga kyll nii ei ole, et kui oomaja on organiseeritud, inimesega kokku lepitud, ja siis lihtsalt ymber moelda, et soidame nyyd kuskile mijale; see pole tasuta hotell, see idee parem kohe peast visata. Vabadnust, kui sain su mottest valesti aru ja yleliia kuri olen, aga viimasel ajal tuleb aina rohkem ja rohkem ette neid, kes arvavad, et see on mingi tasuta hotelli teenus, mis alati saadaval. Loodan siiralt, et sina ja su sobrad nende hulka ei kuulu.

Netiyhenduse kohta Korsikal ei tea, aga Sardiinias wifit eriti ei nainud, kuid samas ei otsinud ka, sest lapakaid kaasas polnud. Internetipunkte/kohvikuid oli ikka igas linnas, ja need olid vaga vaga odavad.

Laevayhenduse on igati korralik. ei tea kas sygisel teine graafik v aastalabi yks graafik, aga detsembris/jaanuaris kais see praam 4 korda paevas vist, nii et me laksime esimese praamiga Korsikale (7.30am) ja tulime eelviimase v viimasega tagasi, kuaskil 4pm paiku; soit kahe saare vahel kestis vist tunnikese. Piletid olid ysna soodsad, ma ei maleta hinda enam kahjuks, aga autoga minek oli nats kallim.
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Trip.ee lisas suured algustähed kohanimedele!

Olen molemat saart kylastanud mitmed korrad ja kuigi eelkirjutajal on oigus, et rannad on Sardinias (eriti laanes) vorratult kaunid, siis see on jah veidike rahulikum ja unisem koht kui Sitsiilia. Muidugi soltub mis tyypi puhkust te tahate.

Kui tahad turistivabat puhkust, siis jaa Pohja-Euroopasse. Kuigi Sardiinia on "vaiksem", pole seal vahem turiste. Ja nt Sitsiilia koige ilusam linn, minu saisukohalt, on Taormina ja seal kaib super ooelu (kuid see ei tohiks kedagi segada ega peatada kultuurilist elamust saamast). Sitsiilias olen ka parimat toitu saanud, halba restorani on rakse leida, halba veini seal ei tunta. Ja mis koige tahtsam, inimesed on seal minu arvates palju sõbralikumad, avatumad ja "maalahedasemad" kui Sardiinias. Ja seda ka suurlinnades, mitte ainult pisikestes juhuslikult leitud kylakestes. Ja ega Sitsiilia rannad Sardiiniale alla jaa.

Kui aega on, siis kylasta molemat.
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Trip.ee rõhutab, et lause ja kohanimed algavad suure algustähega. Palume seda nõuet järgida!

Aga ma imestan, et te nii palju maksaksite. Ma sain kaheks nadalaks 300 euriga Maggiorest. Autoga oled oma aja peremees ja ei ole see liiklus ka lounas miskit nii hull kui paljud kipuvad hirmutama (need pole tavaliselt ise seal soitnudki).
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Trip.ee rõhutab, et lause ja kohanimed(firmanimed) algavad suure algustähega. Palume seda nõuet järgida!

Teema kyll vana, aga kuna olen ise aktiivne couchsurfingi 'teenuste' kasutaja, lisaksin oma kaks senti:

  • kuigi mulle meeldib, et inimesed sellele reisimisevariandile avatud on ei meeldi mulle need kes seda kui tasuta hotelli kasutavad, seega arge end parem regage

Nii, nyyd positiivse poole pealt, nagu haaletaja juba mainis, siis ma pole leidnud paremat voimalust reisides sopru leida, uut kultuuri ja tavasid 'seestpoolt' tundma oppida, elada nagu kohalikud etc etc - oma esimese hostiga olen siiani (5a hiljem) hea sober ja kohtun paar korda kuus, teistega pean siiani yhendust, synnipaevadel helistame, msnis suhtleme pea iga nadal. Olen piisavalt hotellides peatunud, et eelistada kellegi inimese pisikest diivait suurele hotellitoale.

Voiksin vabalt essee kirjutada sellel teemal, aga parem koigil ikka ise heauskselt katsetada.