Vacanze in Sardegna - Sito ufficiale della Regione Sardegna
In Cagliari, a crypt which was a prison, and later a place of devotion. At Nora, a small church by the sea, a symbol of martyrdom. An invisible line joins the quarter of Stampace, in the heart of Cagliari, to Nora, a small town a short distance from the island’s capital. These two places are linked each year, starting on 1 May, by a 65-km long procession which re-enacts the tale of Sant’Efisio, with its tapestry of legend and faith. A celebration that has achieved international renown, bringing together the whole of Sardinia with the icons of tradition – costumes, decorated ox carts, allegories, masks, hymns and prayers.