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Carloforte is a lovely island off the south-west coast of Sardinia. The transfer by ferry takes about 40 minutes. It is definitely worth a one-day trip, but don't stay longer - the tiny 10 x 10 km island can be rapidly explored.
The problem of Carloforte is restoration. Restaurants are either frankly bad or ridiculously expensive - and rarely worth the money they try to get out of your pockets. You should know that the Carlofortini have a solid reputation of being among the most avaricious people of Sardinia.
The solution: take your bread with you (Sardinian "Pane Carasau", of course), along with cheese (obviously "Pecorino"), fruits and red wine, and have lunch or dinner at one of the superb beaches. An unforgettable experience.
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