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  • typical house, novenario of San Salvatore
    typical house, novenario of San Salvatore
  • span, Sartiglia Oristano
    span, Sartiglia Oristano
  • Palazzo Arcais
    Palazzo Arcais
  • sardinian knives collection, Is Arresojas Monte Vecchio
    sardinian knives collection, Is Arresojas Monte Vecchio
  • medieval walls, Oristano
    medieval walls, Oristano
  • pane degli sposi, wedding bread
    pane degli sposi, wedding bread
  • SS. Redentore church, Arborea
    SS. Redentore church, Arborea
  • Tharros excavations
    Tharros excavations
  • typical sardinian sweet, formaggelle
    typical sardinian sweet, formaggelle
  • San Michele Arcangelo church, San Vero Milis
    San Michele Arcangelo church, San Vero Milis
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Flavors, traditions, scents and colors

The costumes and traditions of this territory are deeply rooted and are expressed in every single area: the flavors of food, the perfect touch of skillful craftsmen, the wild and unspoiled environment, the ancient nuragic stones, the several different sacred and profane events.

Sartiglia ... means Carnival!

span, Sartiglia 2011 Oristano

In Sardinia the carnival is strongly felt everywhere, and often the events are the representations of ancient rituals and ancestral superstitions, embodied by the scary appeal of mute masks. There are few carnivals with parades of cheerful ...

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Oristano cathedral

It's a small city of about 30,000 inhabitants, located in front of the gulf with the same name, in the middle of the West coast of Sardinia; it’s easily accessible from the main ports and airports on the island and just a few kilometers ...

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Marine protected area and ponds

sunset, Cabras lagoon

Since 1997, when the Marine Protected Area "Sinis Peninsula - Island of Mal di Ventre" was instituted, this Body is concerned with the preservation of the marine and coastal environment, and of all the living species included in it. It ...

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sea urchins

The cuisine in Sardinia is as varied as the different landscapes you can find: the delicate flavors of the sea go side by side with the strong flavors of the ancient agro-pastoral tradition. Elaborate foods are few, but the genuineness in all ...

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launeddas, typical sardinian musical instrument, feast of Is Corridoris San Salvatore

The celebrations and the commemoration of religious rites, often mixed with profane ancient customs, are an integral part of the history and culture of Sardinia, and they are as many as the villages on the island. Numerous festivals are also ...

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leather Purple Gallinule

As the rest of Sardinia, this area is rich in local crafts which are all very valuable and appreciated.Oristano, the city of ceramics, in 1920 already had an art school, where in the beginning only everyday objects, very practical and functional, ...

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Costa Verde and Geo-mining Park

direction palace, Ingurtosu

The Costa Verde is a long stretch of the Southwest coastline with truly beautiful natural features, an environment which is still unspoiled and rich in Mediterranean vegetation. Bushes of broom, arbutus and juniper trees cover the mountains and ...

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Archaeology and ...

nuraghe Losa, Abbasanta

There are numerous archaeological sites with evidences of the pre-Nuragic and Nuragic ages. You can visit several sites, from the most famous ones to those that are often unknown to the general public, discovering the ancient history and the ...

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San Vero Milis

Santa Sofia church, San Vero Milis

San Vero Milis is a small village in the North-Western end of the Campidano plain, close to the Montiferru, volcanic massif, so-called because of the iron mining. It’s a small farming town, which stands out for the craft of rush baskets, ...

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city hall, Arborea

Arborea, once called Mussolinia, is a pleasant seaside village built in 1928, after the drainage of the surrounding marshes, which were the cause of serious outbreaks of malaria. Sardinian people and settlers, especially Venetian, completed that ...

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