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In this section we will publish information, posts, curiosities about Sardinia and its internal areas

Over the centuries the inhabitants of Sardinia elaborated traditional receipts of liqueurs based on the regional herbs and fruits. The recipes have be...

Known also as “carta musica” (music paper), pane carasau is a traditional Sardinian flatbread, which nowadays is popular all over Italy. I...

Sardinian traditional dances make part of the rich non-tangible cultural heritage of the island. Scientists believe, that some dances date back to the...

The Sardinian masks, worn during the celebrations of carnival, constitute a reflexion of the history, spirituality and ancient rites in various region...

Tourism is one of the most important and fastest-growing sectors in Sardinia. Every year the visitors from all around the world come to the island to ...

Mari Ermi, in the marine area of the Sinis peninsula is a beach that extends for two and a half kilometers along the coast of Cabras, between Is Aruta...

The accabadora, the lady of good death, in the Sardinian tradition was a woman who was providing death to terminally ill or dying people. At times whe...

The city of Nora, located on the Southern coast of Sardinia on the promontory of Capo di Pula, is one of the most important archeological sites on the...

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 Sar...

The carnival is a festivity celebrated all over the world. The most famous celebrations, which attract thousands of tourists every year take place in ...