No, National Geographic has not excluded Sardinia from the most beautiful beaches in Italy

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CAGLIARI. No, National Geographic has not drawn up a ranking of the 12 most beautiful beaches in Italy excluding Sardinia: those published in the latest British edition of the famous newspaper’s “Traveler” magazine are just suggestions “to inspire a holiday on the coast”. And those considered “among the best” are indicated.

This can be read in the summary of the piece signed by the collaborator for Italy Julia Buckley. That perhaps, as requested of every correspondent (and editor), he wanted to do something different. You did not use parameters such as the degree of transparency of the water, the quality of the services offered, accessibility for the disabled. You have only given some suggestions, on less known stretches of the Italian coast.

He did not exclude Sardinia because the other beaches are “more beautiful”. He did not crown Capo Peloro in Sicily as the first in the standings. She writes that there are “better” beaches for families, scenery, snorkeling. In short: it is her opinion. No affront to “Sardinia”.

Here is the original text: and it does not take the mastery of English of a royal of England to grasp the differences.

Another aspect, not insignificant: for each location there is the reference of the structure in which to stay. With a lot of links to the site. This may not be the case, but there are similar “systems” that require you to pay for that space. Maybe…

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The article is in Italian

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