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Chiesa santa Margherita - Baradili
Famous for being the Municipality with the smallest population on the Island and one of the least inhabited in Italy, its traditions and natural and archaeological treasures remain unaltered. Baradili is a little village in the...
Riu Mare Foghe - Baratili
It is located in the Campidano di Oristano region, approximately ten kilometres from the regional capital and from the coast, where the uncontaminated beaches of the Sinis peninsula stand out. Baratili San Pietro was simply...
Panorama di Badessa
A vast expanse of flowering almond trees graces the winter landscape around a small town in what is known as the alta Marmilla, near Monte Arci. Baressa is a town in the Province of Oristano and boasts some 700 inhabitants. It is...
Ponte romano, su ponti ecciu - Allai
Allai is set in the Massari river valley, encircled by hills clad in Mediterranean vegetation – myrtle bushes and arbutus, oak and mastic trees – at the feet of monte Grighine, from whose summit you can enjoy views of the giare,...
Veduta di Boroneddu
Boroneddu is set on a basalt plateau that slopes gently down to the valley of Lake Omodeo, a natural oasis that is perfect for long walks, surrounded by holm oaks and Mediterranean brush, against the backdrop of the Barigadu...
Loggiato in pietra - Curcuris
The territory is a rectangle of just eight square kilometres in the foothills of Mount Arci park, in an area of gentle hills crossed by the Rio sa Murta, partly forested and partly used to grow cereals and forage for pasture....
Castello di Casteldoria - Santa Maria Coghinas
An aura of mystery surrounds the ruins of a fortress near Santa Maria Coghinas, in the historical region of Anglona. Perching on the granite mountain known as monti di lu Casteddu (or Mount Urtigiu ), along the Mount Ruju chain,...
Basilica di Nostra Signora di Luogosanto
Legend has it that the Virgin Mary appeared before two monks, showing them where to find the relics of Saints Nicholas and Trano and suggesting that a sanctuary be created in her honour amongst the granite and oaks of Cape...
Dolmen di Billella - Luras
Sepulturas de Zigantes or, de paladinos, as the inhabitants of Luras called the dolmen (from the Breton tol - men, being stone table), the funerary monuments built as of the late Neolithic period (3500-2700 BC), are found in...
San Salvatore di Sinis - Cabras
The Sardinian Far West consists in a village inhabited only a few days in September, during the Corsa degli Scalzi – a barefoot-running event. San Salvatore di Sinis, a fraction of Cabras, along a nine-kilometre stretch of road...