This is a small aerial story of Walter Molfese’s travel in Sardinia to discover Ogliastra, a sub region with a few human settlements where unspoiled nature reigns.
Sardegna is the second largest island in the Mediterranean and is formed by a series of hills and narrow highlands. The coasts are jagged and rocky — a climbers paradise — interspersed with stunning beaches of fine white sand and countless inlets. The seaside landscapes, especially on the Costa Smeralda, are among the most beautiful in the world. Numerous small, enchanting islets are scattered in front of the coasts. It won’t take long to realize that Sardegna is a dream destination for all.
You can relive the trip waltermolfese.vsco.co/journal/my-sardinia-experience.
Music: Bonobo – Prelude