Blue, azure, turquoise. Hot if it ruffled by the West Wind, cold if the Mistral is blowing. Lukewarm if the Sirocco blows. The Sea of Sardinia , with its crystal clear waters, is a popular and unrivaled destination. Crossed by the ancient Phoenician ships, now it is crossed by the boats that dock in marinas, the sea caresses the sand of the beaches, or it attacks it during the stormy days, it creeps into bays and coves, it leaves the edges of eroded rock to adorn it, only to be dominated from the high cliffs that headlong overlook it. It contains a world full of life and beauty: it is the reign of the monk seal, inhabited by an innumerable variety of fish, shellfish, and mussels, cetaceans that amaze scuba divers and delight the taste of the explorers. Into the protected Marine areas, the sparkling colors of nature bewitch and seduce: from the ruby red of the Alghero's coral to the platinum glow of Alicia mirabilis, which shines at night in the depths of Tavolara. The sea of Sardinia, the heart of the Mediterranean, relentlessly pulses in its palette of shades.
Meteo in Sardinia
July is the hottest month in Sardinia with an average temperature of 23°C (73°F) and the coldest month is January a 6°C (42°F). The month with the warmest sea is August when the average sea temperature is 25°C (45°F).
Sardinia: Our destinations
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