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Veduta di Villanova Truschedu
The name derives from Etruscula, a village founded perhaps in the times of the Roman Republic, or more likely from truiscu, 'mountain pepper', a herbaceous plant that thrived in the hills surrounding the village, used...
Pane tipico di Villaurbana
Rising in the valley between the Monte Arci and Monte Grighine, Villaurbana is cultivated with wheat, olive groves and vineyards. Long inhabited, the town of Roman origins today has 1,700 inhabitants, living on the border of the...
Vista dal nuraghe Brunk'e s'Omu
From the Middle Ages until 1954, it was called Bannari, deriving from balneus (thermal bath), hence why the municipality has two names – one official and the other historical. Villa Verde is a tiny village of just over 300...
Parco di Monserrato - Sassari
A journey through scents and colours, art and history, to discover a landscape heritage consisting in seven historic gardens from the end of the 19 th century, which combine architecture and botany. Stories of plants and people,...
Fontane di san Leonardo di Siete Fuentes
The XII century origins of San Leonardo di Siete Fuentes are not clear, but they do predate nearby Santu Lussurgiu, some six kilometres away. It has been lived in since time immemorial, under the Torres and then Arborea guidicati...
Abito tradizionale - Orgosolo
Original and imbued with meanings, the clothes and jewels are a fusion of signs left by the succession of different cultures in Sardinia: Nuragic, Phoenician, Greek, Byzantine and Spanish. Nothing was lost. Like the bright,...
Nuraghe Barumini
Sardinia has an age-old story, told by the archaeological evidence dotted throughout the territory. The tangible signs of the prehistoric island are endless: menhir, dolmen, domus de Janas, sacred wells, tombs of the giants and...
Grappoli di uva cannonau
According to Greek legends, Aristaeus introduced this cultivation to Sardinia. The hero settled here because of the beauty of the land and he gave his two sons names linked to agriculture and viticulture: Kallikarpos, meaning ‘...
Veduta di Alghero
Magnificence, shared memory, authenticity and a sense of community: this is the most encompassing effort to safeguard, enhance and promote the cultural heritage of Sardinia. Over the next seven weekends, the 22 nd edition of...
Wedding in Sardegna - Stintino
An ideal destination in every season and perfect for a wedding. An evocative, romantic and enchanting land: an increasing number of couples choose the most picturesque corners of Sardinia as a place in which to celebrate their...