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Veduta di Pauli Arbarei
Located on a flat area in the centre of Marmilla, by the western edge of a bog, drained at the end of the 19 th century. Pauli Arbarei is a town of 600 inhabitants with agro-pastoral traditions, which relied on cereal farming in...
Veduta di San Nicolò Gerrei
San Nicolò Gerrei reaches 370 metres in altitude, in an area rich in plateaus, south of the river Flumendosa. Populated by 800 inhabitants, San Nicolò Gerrei is the main town in the territory from which derives its name,...
Parrocchiale di san Leonardo - Setzu
‘‘Sitting’ at the foot of the Giara, a basaltic plateau that is home to an unparalleled natural oasis, Setzu is a small agro-pastoral village of little more than 150 inhabitants, the smallest in southern Sardinia and the third...
Parrocchiale di santa Lucia - Siamanna
It was founded in the Roman Era in the upper section of the modern town, in Funtana e Susu, along the road from Usellus to Forum Traiani (Fordongianus), which is marked as Is Romanaius to this day. Siamanna is a small town of...
Chiesa di sant'Elena - Gonnosnò
It is located at about 200 metres above sea level at the food of the Giara plateau, within a naturalistic context of great environmental value. In the upper Marmilla, today it boasts around 800 inhabitants. As the toponym (...
Veduta di Furtei
Furtei stretches along the western side of a hill between Medio Campidano and Marmilla. A small town with 1,600 inhabitants, it lies around 40 kilometres from Cagliari and has an economy based on agricultural activities. It was...
Carbonia, veduta
With nearly thirty thousand inhabitants, Carbonia is the ninth largest Sardinian town and the most highly-populated in the Sulcis area. It features wide, tree-lined roads: a 45-metre high bell-tower rises above the houses,...
Scoglio di Peppino,  spiaggia Santa Giusta - Costa Rey
The beach of Santa Giusta has light-coloured sand, mixed in with gravel, surrounded by rocks. In the midst of the blue waters is the flat rock known as 'Peppino's rock', with a shape resembling that of a huge...
Santa Margherita di Pula
Almost ten kilometres of soft, golden sand lapped by shallow, warm waters in tones of green, with a sea that is so clear you can see right to the bottom even without diving. Santa Margherita is a pearl of southern Sardinia, the...
Torre aragonese di Capo Mannu - San Vero Milis
It extends along the northwestern extremity of the Campidano, next to the ridges of the Montiferru massif and a quarter of an hour from the sea. San Vero Milis is an agricultural village with approximately two thousand 500...