The Emerald Coast is a coastal stretch of Gallura in the northeast of Sardinia. The holiday region covers a coastline of about twenty kilometers. The coast is characterized by the presence of numerous bays, small beaches, and a short distance from many islands including the Maddalena archipelago, and others such as the Capuchins, Bisce, Li Nibani, Mortorio, Rooms and puffs. The area was mostly uninhabited until the entire first half of the twentieth century up to the birth, in 1962, the Consorzio Costa Smeralda by Prince Karim Aga Khan. Soon this became a place of election of the international jet set, with locals as Billionaire, and taken up by movies such as Holidays on the Costa Smeralda and Vita Smeralda. The heart of the Costa Smeralda in Porto Cervo is also, where you will find all the services and numerous other commercial and residential areas such as Romazzino, Cala di Volpe, Piccolo, Pevero Golf, Pantogia and Smooth Cow. Between Porto Cervo and Cala di Volpe, even if outside the Consorzio Costa Smeralda, has developed commercial and residential area of Abbiadori. Although not formally on the Emerald Coast, Poltu Quatu, Baja Sardinia, Porto Rotondo Cannigione and are sometimes associated with it for the proximity and a little dissimilar type of tourist offer.