Palau is a small city in the northern sardinian cost. It bounds the southernmost part of the Bocche di Bonifacio and it’s famous for it’s bourgeouis houses and for the Cape of the bear rock formation nearby. It was founded in 1875 by local sheperds.
The main economic resource is the tourism, especially during the summer, because of large presence of clubs and restaurants (even though, in my opinion, that’s not a cause, it’s a consequence).
A curious fact is the ration between summer and winter population: 1/15. The normal presence is about 2000 people in the cold season, while it increases to 30k during summer (at least before COVID).
My first memory with Palau was in 1995, in August,