The island of Sardegna, or Sardinia in English, is a Mediterranean paradise. Millions of tourists visit the island each year for its history and its gorgeous beaches. One popular spot is Sant'Anna Arresi, a town in the Carbonia-Iglesias region of the country on the southwestern tip of the island. There are about 2,700 people who live in the town during most of the year but the population swells dramatically each summer when tourists come to enjoy the budget Sant-Anna Arresi hotels and the incredibly white sand beaches such as that of Porto Pino. The beach is about two kilometers long and has dunes that can reach 29 meters high. If you plan to visit in the summertime, be sure to look for a discount hotel in Sant-Anna Arresi on EasyToBook.com as soon as you know your travel dates.
The town of Sant'Anna Arresi may also be on your itinerary due to the presence of some unusual botanical varieties that grow there. The Aleppo Pine is a rare tree that is flourishing in Sant'Anna Arresi in a 90 hectare wood. The kermes oak is a rare sight in the country but does grow near Porto Pino and in a few other spots across the island. Bird lovers, take a break from your sunbathing to visit the wetland at the back of the beach area. You'll find some interesting bird species to watch.
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