The nuraghe, a stone monument which has a dimension and keeps no equal in the Western Mediterranean, is undoubtedly one of the emblems of Sardinia. This is because the presence of nuraghes in Sardinia is one every three square kilometers. Since the last census, they are between 7000 and 8000 […]

The Nuraghe – Historical places in Sardinia


mask's tour
During the Tour of Masks we will also learn about the carnival masks of Orotelli. The carnival of Orotelli, along with that one of Mamoiada and the one of Ottana, is one of the most beautiful and felt Carnival events in Sardinia. The traditional mask is called Sos Thurpos which means […]

Sos Thurpos e S’Eritaju – Mask’s Tour


mask's tour
As every region of Italy and the world, even Sardinia has its superstitions and ways to prevent or treat the fulfillment of a certain “curse”. According to the stuperstitions in Sardinia, there are several practices that can be divided into three main categories: the Eye medicine, the fright therapy and […]

The eye medicine – Superstitions in Sardinia



eleonora d'arborea
Eleonora d’Arborea was giudicessa of Arborea between 1383 and 1404. She was responsible for the promulgation of the Charter Logu, a collection of laws intended for Sardinians Counties. On the death of his brother, she became giudicessa and immediately proved to have a great political intelligence. After successfully completing the father […]

Eleonora d’Arborea – Historical figures in Sardinia


janas
Are you familiar with the Domus de Janas? For those who do not know them, they are the tombs excavated in the rock. But their beauty and their accuracy in all details and decorations have been an archaeological puzzle for a long time. As you see in the picture this […]

The Janas – Magical Creature in Sardinia


canyon of su gorroppu
Have you ever seen the stars in broad daylight? Have you ever caught the flowers of the fern? I know that this kind of things are impossible, but if you go into the canyon of Su Gorroppu, it is said you can! Su Gorroppu is the deepest canyon in the island and in […]

The canyon of Su Gorroppu – Landscape in Sardinia



culurgiones
The culurgiones are stuffed pasta pockets, famous in the Sardinian tradition. Their name means “small bundles”, which as from the picture below, perfectly describes these small wonders of the Sardinian cuisine. The culurgiones are a traditional dish in Ogliastra, a region located in Sardinia. The popular towns for their preparation […]

The Culurgiones – Cooking in Sardinia


sacred well
The sacred wells are scattered throughout the territory of Sardinia and those currently known and are counted more than fifty. One of the best preserved is the Sacred Well of Santa Cristina. The sacred well, the construction of which can be placed around the eleventh century BC It is enclosed […]

Sacred well of Santa Cristina: astronomical observation or votive well?


This tour picks up passions and traditions, tells of old jobs and flavors never lost that we still find today in the territory of Trexenta. In our culture the bread has always been cloaked by various meanings: it is food and symbol at the same time. Come and find out […]

Bread’s Tour in Sardinia



giant's grave
What are the giant’s grave? Why are they called like that? For a very long time in Sardinia, people believed that the giant’s grave were the tomb of a giant man. In fact this tomb is long 30 meters and high 3. That’s why it is called a giant’s grave […]

Giant’s grave: stargate for one or many humans?