Kayak in Sardinia and Sail in Capri with the La Sardina Capri!


When in Rome, you already know not to miss the Colosseum or Trevi Fountain. The Guardian lists less touristy activities when in Italy, like enjoying the serene seascapes of Sardinia and Capri. Here are 30 sigh-inducing film photos of the seaside escapes. Perfect subjects for the new La Sardina Capri!

Rachel Dixon of The Guardian recommended alternative tours of Italy, in case you’re vacationing there and want to avoid the throngs of tourists in the city.

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First up, sailing along the Amalfi Coast!

Spend an idyllic week cruising around the gorgeous Amalfi coast on your very own yacht. Bareboat Sailing Holidays has yachts for charter for those with sailing qualifications, while the rest of us can hire a skipper to do the hard work as we kick back on deck or swim in the sea. Either way, the Bay of Naples and beyond is your oyster. Drop anchor at Capri, volcanic Ischia or the other Phlegrean islands; work your way along the Amalfi coastal resorts of Sorrento, Positano and Ravello; or head north to the Pontine islands. The area is dotted with great beaches and rugged landscapes, plus top-notch nightlife for party animals. (From The Guardian)

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You should also try kayaking in Sardinia!

Forgo creature comforts on a sea kayaking adventure around Sardinia. You’re eased in gently with three days’ paddling around little islands and along a river, staying in family-run hotels, before heading off on an expedition along the wild coastline. You’ll spend two nights camping under the stars on deserted beaches, eating simple Sardinian food, snorkelling, rock climbing and watching the sun set over the Med. The last night is spent in a lovely agriturismo overlooking the sea, refuelling with a four-course dinner followed by a nice soft bed. (From The Guardian)

If you’re only dreaming of an idyllic Italian vacation, why not have an analogue staycation instead? The new *La Sardina Capri* is no fish out of water. Discover an ocean of shooting possibilities with the 22mm wide-angle plastic lens, multiple exposure switch and rewind knob, Fritz the Blitz flash, and simple bulb and focus settings!

La Sardina Camera & Flash - Capri

Take the La Sardina anywhere and take great photos any day! Get the new La Sardina Beach Editions at our shop before they swim away!

written by denisesanjose on 2012-05-04 #news #travel #summer #analogue-photography #sardinia #beach #italy #capri #la-sardina

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