What you should really do if you're in Sardinia is travel across the island to take in the region's magnificent natural treasures, from its pastoral, hilly interior to its awe-inspiring 1,100 miles of coastline, which includes dramatic cliffs, caves and hundreds of secluded beaches. The region's natural beauty would be enough to monopolize your vacation plans, but the island offers still more, in the form of some of Italy's most deliciously fresh cuisines and one of the country's most diverse selections of wines, which remain bargain-priced at the island's restaurants. Wine Spectator's Robert Camuto reports.
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