Although Sicily is an island off the coast of Italy, it’s almost impossible to overlook because it’s within sight of the mainland. Sardinia, on the other hand, lies closer to French land than Italy – but even though it’s easier to overlook, it’s also well worth paying attention to.
The island of Sardinia, the second-largest in the Mediterranean after Sicily, is roughly 190 miles from the Italian mainland. It’s physically closest to the French island of Corsica, and Corsica is actually a pretty common day trip destination from the northern coast of Sardinia. While there’s much of Italy’s mainland that isn’t well-traveled, few regions are so bypassed by foreigners as Sardinia. Italians flock to the island in the summer for its beautiful beaches, but a trip to Sardinia is definitely one way to get away from the usual tourist crowds.
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