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The Land of Giants

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Legend becomes reality, with human forms forged into huge stone statues dating back to three thousand years ago, found in the hills of Mont’e Prama, in the enchanting peninsula of Sinis, in central-western Sardinia. There are many vibrant cities with local traditions, archaeology sites and Roman ruins. “An example are the notorious Giants of Mont’e […]

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Sardinia is not only summer. Autumn in Barbagia

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Sardinian is a Mediterranean gem, still not a mainstream destination, but the international interest is growing also thanks to its warm friendly people, and typical colourful festivals around the island such as “Autunno in Barbagia”. Autunno in Barbagia is a local festival hosted from September 1st to December 16th, for 16 weeks that every year […]

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Wine

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Gabriele D’Annunzio the famous Italian writer and poet of the nineteenth Century, also known as “the Vate”, meaning “sacred poet, prophet” wrote about a Sardinian red wine called Nepente di Oliena. A wine that Gabriele D’Annunzio knew very well. He wrote the preface to Hans Barth’s guidebook “Taverns of Italy”, to which we owe the […]

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Countryside

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The island has a huge interior that is surrounded by nature with a mountainous interior and natural stunning countryside great for those that love the quiet and privacy, in order to experience a relaxing time away from the hectic life. “The immense natural heritage of Belvì unfolds between chalky tacchi and Gennargentu. The Trenino Verde […]

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The Sunny Island

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Sardinia is one of the warmest and sunny places in Europe with 1.897 kilometers of stunning coastline with 3 airports and 32 marinas. The sun shines upon Sardinia for 3.000 hours per year. In fact, in any month of the year, even the coldest, there are more than 100 hours of sunshine reaching its best […]