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BETWEEN SEA AND MOUNTAINS WITH DINGHY AND JEEP

$With this wonderful excursion you will visit the coves less visited of the southern coast of Sardinia. You will walk along the ancient Roman road to visit the beaches of Su Coldorinu where the ruins of the Phoenician tophet dating back to the 8th century are located. Between a dip the chrysal clear sea and […]

GRAND OPENING OF THE MULTIMEDIA CULTURAL CENTER “CONTOS E SONOS”, PULA – JUNE 22, 2019 (evening)

“Contos e Sonos” was born to explore some of the several artistic expressions of the Sardinian cultural heritage, such as music (Launeddas, barrel organ etc.), oral traditions (tales, myths, legends), traditional dancing and singing (a tenore, a concordu, with guitar etc.). With this project, the Teatro Actores Alidos wants to modernize the former Municipal Cultural […]

GIROTONNO – CELEBRATING THE SEA RIDERS

Girotonno 2019 – Celebrating the rider of the sea   Discover tuna tradition and culture in a corner of paradise, the Sulcis Iglesiente, in Carloforte, Sardinia! From 30 May to 2 June 2019 the Girotonno will take place: four days of culture, arts, food, wine, music and entertainment.   For example there will be a […]

A VISIT TO THE COMMUNAL ART GALLERY – CAGLIARI

Escape the beach for just a few hours and head to the Communal Art Gallery of Cagliari, located near the public gardens in the Castello district! The Gallery holds the greatest collection of works by Sardinian artists, plus a fascinating collection on art trends of the 1960s and the 1980s, a collection of ethnographic materials […]

FIND THE HIDDEN GEMS OF CAGLIARI

UNisola proposes a selection of 2-hours easy cultural itineraries to discover the most interesting neighborhoods of the Sardinia’s capital: Castello district: the most symbolic district of Cagliari, with its wide and narrow streets, civil and religious architecture. Stampace district: commercial suburb, with its streets animated by small artisan shops and traditional restaurants. Marina district: commercial […]

DON’T EAT ME PLEASE!

The Mangiabarche lighthouse (named Boat Eater) is one of the most evocative beacon of South Sardinia. Despite its name, its purpose is of course to keep boats from crashing on the dangerous rocks which are hiding just underneath the surface. In front of the lighthouse and behind the cliffs overhanging the sea, you will find […]

A COLORFUL EVENT – CITRUS FRUIT FESTIVAL IN MURAVERA

The Citrus Fruit Festival of Muravera (South Eastern Sardinia) is an event not to be missed. It marks the beginning of the touristic season and showcases the local citrus fruit production. Amazing and colorful costumes, beautifully handmade fabrics adorned with precious filigree jewels, etc. – there is a lot to see this weekend in Muravera. […]

MASKS, DISGUISES, SATIRE AND BIZARRE PANTOMIME

The Carnival, the only festivity not linked to Catholic liturgy, is deep rooted in the Sardinian culture. Across the island the festivities start with the bonfires of Saint Anthony on 17th January while the main celebrations take place between Ash Thursday and Ash Tuesday to conclude on Ash Wednesday. Interestingly the main carnival characters vary […]

SPECTACULAR SOUTH-WESTERN COAST SARDINIA

The south-western coast between Chia and Teulada offers without doubts one of the most stunning stretches of the island. More than 20 km of panoramic road unveils breathtaking sea views with all shades of blues, pristine nature and scented vegetation. Along the road you will discover soft green hills, picturesque coves, exceptional white sandy beaches […]