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Oristano is a small city in the central-western Sardinia, which for two days in a year turns into a center of a colourful horseback tournament. Sa Sartiglia, celebrated for centuries by the residents of Oristano, is a performance which reflects the traditions, beliefs and a...

The carnival is a festivity celebrated all over the world. The most famous celebrations, which attract thousands of tourists every year take place in Rio de Janeiro, Cologne and Venice. However, also the island of Sardinia has extremely rich and still rather unknown carnival traditions,...

On 29 and 30 November 2019 (https://www.sardegnaturismo.it/it/eventi/expo-del-turismo-culturale), organized by the Barumini Foundation, the Expo of Cultural Tourism in Sardinia will be held. It is one of the most important events for the promotion of cultural tourism in Sardinia and for the marketing of the Sardinian...

Goni is a small town in Sardinia, exactly in the eastern part of the south, composed of 500 inhabitants. It is a small village covered by countryside, oaks, rivers, two mountain slopes, and a site of excavations where there are graptolytes, fossils of the Paleozoic,...

The nuraghic site Palmavera is located in Alghero, Sardinia, on a promontory of the same name, one and a half kilometers from the sea. This village is one of the most important buildings among the 8000 nuraghi left by the ancient people, consisting of two...

The city of Tharros is located in Sardinia in the Gulf of Oristano, more precisely in the southern part of the Sinis Peninsula. Built between the seventh and eighth century BC by the Phoenician people in the Nuragic period. The city has become a real...

The town of Bosa has medieval origins, located on the west coast of Sardinia, about 40 km from Alghero. It stands out between hills and sea, dominated by the presence of the Malaspina Castle, dating back to 1112, which can still be visited today. Characteristic are the...