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Sardinia - which part for 35 yrs +

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I'll be traveling to Sardinia on May 15th for one week with a friend of mine. Both single females. We are looking for:

-beaches (for tanning, swimming and just pure relaxation)
-great restaurants - we love to eat and go by the motto, "quality not quantity".
-nightlife......we're looking for some nightlife but nothing consumed by twenty-something year olds. We'd prefer something a little more sophisticated and refined but really would settle for anything with people from 35 years old and up.

We want peace and relaxation but also a few splashes of fun. Would rather stay away from places geared towards couples, children and twenty-something year olds jet setters.

Which part of Sardinia would you suggest?

Thanks in advance for all of your help!

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