Monday, 27 October 2008

Sardinia, Italy

Postmarked Sassari, dated 21 June 2003.

Parco Nazionale dell'Arcipelago di la Maddalena
Isola di Budelli - La spiaggia Rosa

The island of Maddalena, the only inhabited island of the archipelago of the same name, lies two kilometres from the shore of north east Sardinia.  It can only be reached by boat.  There are 7 large islands and baout 20 small ones within the National Park.  There are many small beaches of white sand, but the one pictured is the famous pink beach on the island of Budelli.

From the message on the card:
enjoying swimming, snorelling and bodyboarding in traslucent, aquamarine, warm seas. Traditional villages, friendly, hospitable local people.

***This card has been posted by special request from ~RE of BadGals Radio.  I'm very happy for people to ask me to show cards from a particular place.  I make no promises that I'll be able to do so, obviously it depends on having the right card in my collection, but I will certainly do my best.
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  1. Absolutely beautiful. I would love to be there right at this moment, lol! Thank you for sharing as always.

  2. oops, its me Jodi at, sorry about that.

  3. Yes, very beautiful. Sand and sand dunes are just delighful. And the water is so clear.

  4. Sandy beaches - that brings back memories! I haven't been to any for quite a while :)


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