You can’t go to Sardinia without experiencing the glamour of the Costa Smeralda – AKA the Emerald Coast. This millionaire’s playground has been attracting the rich and famous since the Sixties, and is still a celeb hotspot during the summer – so keep your eyes peeled. After a photo-stop at camera-friendly Cala di Volpe beach, you’ll make a beeline for Porto Cervo. It’s bursting with exclusive boutiques, so you can either splash out or simply stroll around the marina. Afterwards, you’ll take a trolley train tour, which shows off the area’s swish luxury villas, and calls in at the picturesque Church of Santa Maria di Stella Maris. Your next stop’s the picture-perfect Baia Sardinia beach. There’ll be time to relax on the sand, and grab some lunch at the nearby piazza.