Off Sardinia's southwest coast is the sleepy island of Sant'Antioco—the most hectic activity seems to be the silent repairing of nets by local fishermen who have already pulled in their daily catch. It has become a popular holiday spot because of its good beaches. The island has been connected to the mainland since Roman times by causeway that's still standing (the modern causeway that you cross runs parallel).
FODOR'S GO LIST 2016
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