The name of this wonderful island derives from the ancient people who inhabited it: the Sardegnans.
It was colonized by the Fenici at first, and later on by Greeks, from which it was called "Ichnussa" from ichnos that means
foot track, because this region, in its geographic shape, appeared like the shape of to human foot. Sardegna, the second
of the two greatest islands of the Mediterranean Sea, conserves many testimonies of its ancestral origins, like the
elements of prenuragica architecture, of which still today exist the nuraghi: majestic buildings of 3.500 years ago. The
island offers the tourists, many kilometers of uncontaminated coast, characterized by with to limpid and crystal sea, salt
water lakes populated by herons and ponds populated by the pink flamingos: splendid landscapes to discover. There are
numerous protected marine and mountain areas.