Sant'Antioco & San Pietro

Sant’Antioco is Italy’s fourth largest island and is reached by a narrow man-made causeway, originally built by the Romans. San Pietro is the island's neighbour and also well worth a visit.

This island was home to the ancient city of Sulci and is now littered with Phoenician cemeteries. Compared to its neighbouring island San Pietro, this island lacks any true beauty but its mysterious catacombs are very interesting.

From here a short car ferry journey can transport you to the Isola of San Pietro. A stroll round this pretty town with its pastel coloured houses, tightly packed along cobbled lanes makes for an interesting day excursion.

 
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