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Sardinia

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The second largest island in the Mediterranean sea, after Sicily, has been the aim of colonization by several peoples due to its strategic location.  The remains of all that exciting history can surprise the visitors in every corner of the island, where natural landscapes, long beaches and historical sites live together. Popular for its long summers and excellent sporting activities, it welcomes divers from all over the world as its sea-bottoms are listed among the most amazing in the world. Its gastronomy is famous for mixing the Mediterranean flavours of seafood and spices with the Italian traditional cuisine.