The coasts of Sardinia are quite beautiful. We found a couple of spots that looked like the Caribbean. And I found that the colors of the sea are much more convincing when I take photographs through my polarising sun glasses. This is how it looked when I was wearing these glasses:

 
Wind surfers riding the mistral …

 
A coastline full of natural sculptures (you can see the coast of Corsica here – the white line is the chalk cliff at Bonifacio) …

 
Some adventurous people had climbed the top …

 
Another beautiful beach with interesting snorkeling areas … unfortunately, there were some small, almost invisible jellyfish in the water that burned our skins when we touched them while swimming …

 
On the small island of La Maddalena: Lobster sculptures, glorious mysteries (vanished), heads of animals, a beautiful balcony …

 
Not sure what this butterfly is called …

 
One of the more beautiful beaches where we spent some hours was full of the dried leaves of some underwater plant. There were soft heaps of them that really looked like paper strips, shredded East German secret files maybe …

 
And on the last day, on arriving at the Alghero airport, we were greeted by lots of swallows who had turned all the lamps into houses …

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