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Sardinia is not a mainstream Mediterranean destination but a sophisticated Italian island, west of mainland Italy and north west of Sicily. With over 1,800km of unspoilt coastline, it is renowned for its beautiful beaches and translucent sea, making it a perfect combination with Sicily.
Why not take advantage of regular flight connections and combine a trip to one of Italy's most famous and beautiful cities with a longer holiday in Sicily? Take in the sites in Rome or Florence, have a romantic break in Venice or Verona, visit the leaning Tower of Pisa or go shopping in Milan.
Combine Sicily with two other beautiful Mediterranean islands, Sardinia and Corsica. Sardinia is 220 miles from Sicily, reached by a short flight or longer ferry crossing. Corsica is 8 miles north of Sardinia accessed by a short ferry journey between Santa Teresa and Bonifacio.