Nuraghi & Tombe dei Giganti (Italy). 'Defensive watchtowers, sacred ritual sites, prehistoric community centres…the exact purpose of Sardinia’s 7000 nuraghi is unknown. Most famous and best preserved is the beehive complex of Nuraghe Su Nuraxi, a Unesco World Heritage site. Equally mysterious are the island’s tombe dei giganti (giants’ tombs), megalithic mass graves sealed off by stone stele.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/italy/sardinia
L'azzurro di Cala Mariolu (Blue Mariolu) is one of the best secluded beaches of the eastern coast of Sardinia. You can reach it only by boat, from Arbatax or Cala Gonone. The color of the sea speaks for itself. // photo by Sergio Canobbio (this is one for my bucket list)
The Pink beach stands in Budelli, one of the islands of Sardinia (Italy). This odd beach takes name from the particular pink coral colour of the sand, due to the numerous shells and little fragments of red corals.