A Slow Week in Alghero and North West Sardinia

On any map of the Mediterranean, the Italian island of Sardinia is easy to spot being shaped like a foot and lying between Corsica and Sicily.

Visitors are often surprised at the size of Sardinia – it is pretty much the size of Wales or West Virginia (but has the advantage of 1800km of mostly unspoilt coastline).

Peter Ryder, who lives on Sardinia, introduces us to his corner of the island, near the town of Alghero in the north west.

Slow Europe article – A Slow Week in Alghero and North West Sardinia

Pelosa on Sardinia
The water at Pelosa on Sardinia

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