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Sardinia for 4 weeks Jan/Feb?

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Our London House Exchange didn't come to pass (sniff) so now we're considering where to go this winter.

Sardinia has been on our list for a long time....the weather looks quite good in January/February (above freezing, not too rainy) and Cagliari looks interesting (nice historical centre and big enough for lots of restaurants/bars to be open in the off season).

We would probably twin it with another Italian destination for 3 or 4 weeks - maybe Lucca. Spent 8 weeks in Rome in Jan/Feb 04 and 4 weeks in Venice/area in February in 2011 so we are familiar with Italy in the Winter.

Any comments and/or apartment suggestions in Sardinia? We'd want something in a town large enough to walk to shops, restaurants, etc. We would rent a car, but not for the entire time.

Have spent quite a bit of time in Sicily and Puglia so not considering them for this trip.

TIA

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