South Australia is the driest state of the continent yet blessed with some of the country's greatest natural wonders. From the sunburnt, prehistoric landscape of Flinders Ranges and the expansive abyss of the salt Lake Eyre to the stretches of white sand beaches and the limestone coastline and caves of the Great Australian Bite. With sunny weather and blue skies almost 365 days of the year, grab a glass of the region's award-winning wine and sit back and enjoy the stunning landscape that surrounds you. Make sure you check out wine country, like the Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, Coonawarra, McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills. But there's more—don't miss Kangaroo Island's wildlife and seafood, the big-sky, wild-west landscapes on the Yorke and Eyre peninsulas, or the fertile terrain around the snaking Murray River.