My wife are considering going to Sardinia this September. We know nothing about the island. I.e. what part of the island to go to. We'd like to stay in a nice 4-5 star hotel that's right on the ocean, with a beautiful beach. Any advise would greatly be appeciated.
Pula is a town in the Metropolitan City of Cagliari, in the Italian region of Sardinia. Pula is a treasure chest of natural, archaeological and cultural wealth without equals on the Island. As well as Pula's summer nightlife, with events and aperitifs in the squares, there are also excursions and sporting activities. On the Promontory of Capo di Pula are the ruins of the ancient city of Nora. The remains were discovered accidentally when a violent storm uncovered part of a funerary tophet. Just before the site of Nora, stands the church of Sant'Efisio (12th century). At the foot of the sanctuary lies Guventeddu beach (from the Sardinian Guventeddu, meaning small convent). Nearby there is the tourist village of Santa Margherita di Pula, now a frazione of the comune, consisting of a series of fine, white sandy coves with splashes of pink granite - Cala Marina, Cala Bernardini, Cala d'Ostia, Cala Verde, other smaller beaches of the resorts - looking out onto the crystal clear sea.
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