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A BIT OF LOCAL ANCIENT HISTORY

cThe objects of greatest interest are those found during the excavations in the sixties and eighties in Bithia that brought to light interesting pieces of historical and cultural value such as the sandstone statue of the god Bes, a bull-god represented with the right arm raised to greet the sacred “betili” stones that ancient people […]

ROMANTIC HIKE TO THE SPARTIVENTO LIGHTHOUSE

  To celebrate the Autumn, which has just arrived, we highly recommend a romantic but easy hike to the old lighthouse at Cape Teulada or Capo Spartivento. This wonderful starts in Chia. Just follow the road to the beaches and leave your car in Cala Cipolla (last beach), a marvelous spot among sand dunes and […]

MUSIC TO THE EARS … AND PALATE

The Pane Carasau is a typical Sardinian bread originating from Barbagia, now widespread throughout the island. This very crispy bread, also known as Carta da Musica (music paper), can be found in all grocery stores and is often served in restaurants. The dough is made of yeast, salt, water and wheat flour or barley flour. […]

TAKE ME THERE!

It might have been the Costa Smeralda with its millionaires, models and mega-yachts that made Sardinia internationally famous, but if you want to explore the real Sardinia and its untouched nature, get away from the glitzy Porto Cervo and travel to the south of the island. Take the Chia area as a base and from […]

ESCAPE THE CROWD – A PERFECT CHILL OUT

For most people, July and August means “Summer Holidays”. However, if you have the chance to avoid the high season, why not come and enjoy South Sardinia, when most of the tourists have left the island? Here are the 5 top reasons why South Sardinia is better out of season: 1. Pleasant warm weather – […]

PRIKLY PEAR – A SOPHISTICATED FRUIT

If you have traveled around in Sardinia, you must have noticed the widespread succulent plants along the roads, the hallmark of the island landscape. But did you know that you can actually eat its fruit? The prickly pear tree (Figu Morisca in Sardinian) can reach up to 5 meters high and has large leaves covered […]

BEACH TOUR – THE AMAZING BEACHES OF THE SOUTH

Spend a day on tour with Secrets of Sardinia and explore the very best and most spectacular beaches of the South East or South West coast of the island, as you wish. During the drive you will witness a panoramic view of the coastline and will be able to stop at one of the bays […]

TERRA E SOLE – FRESH LOCAL PRODUCE OUTLET IN PULA

The Santa Margherita Terra e Sole Cooperative is an important agricultural business now with 180 partners farming some 80 hectares of greenhouses located for the most part around Santa Margherita di Pula. They specialize in tomatoes, which are exported to a large extent to Germany and Switzerland. So why not visit their sales outlet? There […]