Ryanair can be a real gem, we found return tickets for €30,- per person to Sardinia. €30,-, that’s nothing! Okay, we had to go in March which technically still is Winter so we were a bit worried how that would turn out, but we still couldn’t wait to explore the island. Last week we packed our bags and cruised from one amzing view to another in our little rental car, and we have to say: Sardinia in March is so incredibly beautiful! Green hills, turquoise seas and best of all: you’re truly one with nature as there’s almost nobody around.
Imagine going on a hike and not seeing one single person for hours and hours, standing on the tip of a mountain and gazing over the see and having an encounter with a wild horse on your way back. That pretty much sums up our Sardinian experience. We had lunch near breathtaking cliffs and were the only guests in our Agriturismo. The owner set a table for breakfast near the fireplace specially for us. It was a little awkward – way too much food just for the two of us – but also incredibly idyllic.