A unique land, timeless and boundless, an island that lives in balance between nature and culture, tradition and innovation. His ancient story steeped in charm and mystery, beyond comparison with other Mediterranean and European civilizations, which has generated a strongly characterized identity. Sardinia is a unique combination of climate, beautiful landscapes, language, customs, food, environmental and social sustainability help to generate a good quality of life for residents and visitors. Sardinia is an island to discover and love, that weaves ties deep, almost inseparable, with its inhabitants and its hosts.
This unique and mithycal land reveals to its visitors, welcomed in an inviting atmosphere, an invaluable treasure: nearly two thousand kilometres of coastline that opens into white beaches and clear blue sea and lead toward the inside, in scenarios made of mountains, plateaus and valleys with forests, rivers, waterfalls and lakes. Sardinia means not only environment, nature and an unrivalled variety of holiday offers but also Archaeological and historical monuments, traditional festivities and festivals, good food and wellness, sports and leisure. Unique places, landscapes and events each having its soul capable of arousing feelings and emotions.
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The NECSTouR Annual General Meeting 2020 will be organised from the 26th to the 28th of March 2020 in Cagliari (Sardinia).
The Mediterranean, the meeting point of the oldest Civilizations, in an international exhibition that brings hundreds of artifacts and tools from the Neolithic Age to Late Antiquity in Sardinia.
A dialogue with many voices awaits its spectators in Cagliari, from February 14 to June 16, 2019, in two beautiful locations – the National Archaeological Museum and Palazzo di Città.
Apr 12, 2019
Mrs Sandra de Puig as NECSTouR coordinator and Mr Ulf Sonntag as Head of Market Research at the Institute for Tourism Research in Northern Europe of Kiel (NIT-Kiel) presented in Elba Island their recommendations on tourism and sustainable mobility to the destinations managers partners of the CIVITAS DESTINATIONS Project.