Remember the map I showed you in the first Sardegna post? Well now it's more useful than ever since these are the last photos from the trip and, shame on me, I can hardly remember the name of all the last places we were.
The first photos (ok most of them) were taken during our second day in Maddalena Island, where we rent a small boat so we could visit other small islands and wild beaches. Some of them are protected from any kind of artificial access so we had to swim a lot to get there. At the end of the day I was really tired and my body was all scratched and bruised from the corals and the climbing, but trust me: it was worth it. I can now look at these pictures and think I'd never been before at a place as "blue" as this one.
Blue was also my state of mind in the last days of vacations. It's so tough when you feel that you are about to return to reality that I think you don't even enjoy everything at its best. True is I was really tired too (road trips are not piece of cake), I didn't even take many pictures of the days in the East Coast in Orosei, Arbatax and Villasimius. Here is some of the best of my last 5 days in Sardegna, hopefully next year I'll have more to show.
All ready? Let's go!
Spiaggia Rosa, one of the most beautiful (and hard to get) beaches in Sardegna.
Tahiti beach, after some swimming.
Ruins of the old Club Med.
Enjoying the sunset at the end of the day.
I was wearing:
Pull & Bear bikini bottom and Women'Secret bikini top* Mango shorts* St. Barth t-shirt bought in Porto Cervo* Aruba blue All Star* Rayban wayfarer
Lake hotel we stayed next to Nuoro, can you believe there's beaches just 10 km away?
Trying to make a sandcastle in Cala Gonone.
Leaving my favourite hotel of all in Arbatax.
Mango skirt* The Hip Tee t-shirt* Bimba & Lola bag
"I don't want to go home" face at Arbatax beach.
Leaving Villasimius, river and sea side by side....
Ok, so.... This is not Sardinia. Wrong post? No.
Just showing that sometimes it feels great to return home and we just notice that once we are there. Especially if we are talking about Algarve!
Asos dress* Zara knit* Hermès, Parfois and Sardegna bracelets* Drinking Super Bock!