Rugged Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean. Although renowned for the white sandy beaches that attract tourism, the rocky cliffs of its coastline, the wild and mountainous interior and the south’s coastal lagoons offer varied habitats for wild flowers, insects and birds.
- Where: Tyrrenian Sea
- Ideal for viewing: greater flamingo, citril finch, Eleonora’s falcon, Sardinian warbler, golden eagle
- Excellent for: Birdwatching