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Guess Where in Italy? Part 1 – The Answer

Ok, so nobody even tried to hazard a guess as to the name of the lovely bay shown in the first Guess Where in Italy post.

Never mind, it was probably too difficult!

Read on for the answer, and for a map showing just where this bay can be found, just in case this post gives you an idea for a holiday location…

The answer was: Capriccioli in Sardinia

The Bays at Capriccioli – Sardinia, Italy

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Bays at Capriccioli - Sardinia, Italy
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Stop translating in your head and start speaking Italian for real with the only audio course that prompt you to speak.

Where Capriccioli can be found in Sardinia, Italy, just in case you’d like to see this gorgeous view in person:

[googlemap lat=”41.085328″ lng=”9.548268″ width=”450px” height=”300px” zoom=”12″ type=”G_NORMAL_MAP”]Arzachena Olbia-Tempio, Italy[/googlemap]

The orginal post: Guess Where in Italy – Part I

Next time, I’ll give you something simpler!

For some ideas on accommodation in Sardinia, try HostelBookers or, why not have a look at interesting new service for leisure, business, and family travelers over on Gekko.com

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