Site search

Site search

71 - 80 of 82 results
Argentiera - Sassari
Cala dell’Argentiera looks out onto an evocative scenery of manufacturing archaeology, formed by the Argentiera mine buildings, which over the centuries exploited the area for its rich lead, silver and zinc deposits. The mining...
Aidomaggiore,_Nuraghe_Caddari
An ancient farming and shepherding village sits at the top of the high plain of Abbasanta, nestled in verdant woods of cork trees, olive groves, vineyards and fruit orchards with a view over one of the greatest artificial lakes...
Giara di Gesturi
The term "giare" refers to a few basaltic highlands in Sardinia, formed during the Oligocene period by volcanic phenomena, characterized by very steep escarpments within the Marmilla and Sarcidano territories. There are...
Veduta di Sedini, domu della Rocca
Some of its oldest houses were hewn into the limestone of a plain at 350 m above sea level, nestled in gently rolling hills and waters of the Asinara Gulf. Sedini has 1,300 inhabitants and is in the Anglona region, home to...
Veduta di Lei

Lei

Framed by the Marghine mountain range, with summits that surpass a thousand metres, it sits perched on a hill 500 metres high in a rough terrain bathed by rivers and streams and graced with woods of chestnut, ancient oak and yew...
Veduta di Thiesi
The adjective tiesu means ‘laid out’. Hence, it is not surprising that this inhabited area lies on a plateau on the slopes of the plateau Su Montiju. Thiesi is a town with 3,000 inhabitants in the Meilogu region, 40 kilometres...
Padiglione "Eugenio Tavolara" - Sassari
Two great Sardinian twentieth century minds, linked by a building-masterpiece, a place of art and identity, knowledge and know-how: the forms inspired by the Neoliberty style of the architect from Cagliari, Ubaldo Badas, and the...
Pan di Zucchero - Masua
Admiring the impressive rock at sunset, as it rises out of the sea just a few metres from the coast, increases its splendour: the sunlight bounces off the limestone silhouette in every shade of yellow and orange. Pan di Zucchero...
Veduta di Chiaramonti
The name of the town echoes the spectacle you will admire when you look down from its castle. Chiaramonti sits perched on a hill set between two river valleys. Legend has it that it was founded by the survivors of the plague that...
7_112_20090409174822
Representing the history of the city and territory of Oristano, it safeguards a precious heritage. The Antiquarium Arborense museum was founded in 1938 as the third museum in Sardinia, thanks to the Oristano municipality’s...