• Welcome to Sardinia!

    “non assomiglia ad alcun altro luogo […] è un’altra cosa: più ampia, molto più consueta, nient’affatto irregolare, ma che svanisce i...

  • Alghero – Sardinia

    Alghero is a beautiful Catalan city facing the Sardinian Sea. As many other cities on the islands, Alghero has been subject to various occupations, bu...

  • Bosa

    Bosa lies close to the estuary of the river Temo, and the ancient village looks a bit like a typical Portuguese fishing village, with its colourful ho...

  • Oristano

    Oristano is a modern looking city, though preserving numerous testimonies of its past, which are mainly visible in the Cathedral, a 13th century const...

  • Tharros

    On the southern edge of the Sinis peninsula, just a few kilometres from Oristano, lie the ruins of Tharros, which resume the ancient history of Sardin...

Welcome to Sardinia!

To say something on Sardinia which hasn’t been said or wrote before is a hard job, especially in such a short presentation, so what we are left to do is try to summarize some impressions after a journey. Braudel said that the Mediterranean Sea is first of all a sea closed between mountains. If we invert the elements, we might as well use this definition for Sardinia: at first sight, in fact, the island looks like an enormous mountain massif emerging from the sea…[Read more]