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The Valley Of The Moon Of Capo Testa Tags: nature & landscape, hiking & trekking 0 Comments

The Valley Of The Moon Of Capo Testa

In the enchanting promontory of Capo Testa, on the Strait of Bonifacio , up north near Santa Teresa di Gallura, there is a place called " Valle della Luna " (Valley of the Moon). Just 72km. f...

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Prince Torco And The Strait Of Bonifacio Tags: traditions & folklore, history & culture, 0 Comments

Prince Torco And The Strait Of Bonifacio

The Strait of Bonifacio separates Corsica from Sardinia, taking its name after the Corsican town of Bonifacio. where also the Maddalena Archipelago National Park is located right between the t...

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Francesca Lai's Hallelujah in Sardinian Tags: personalities, arts & artisans, 0 Comments

Francesca Lai's Hallelujah in Sardinian

I was literally conquered by Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah cover that Francesca Lai sings divinely in Sardinian and I wish to share the experience with you, first of all by introducing you Francesc...

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La Befana, Sa Filonzàna Tags: traditions & folklore, 0 Comments

La Befana, Sa Filonzàna

The Befana comes at night... and arrives right on Epiphany night, which recalls the "Manifestation" of the Child Jesus who reveals himself to the world, honoured by the three Wise Men of the three Ki...

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The Gift Of Bread On December 31st Tags: traditions & folklore, history & culture, 0 Comments

The Gift Of Bread On December 31st

" A Medas Annos " is what you wish in Sardinia on December, and  this is the wish of the Gabbiano Azzurro Hotel & Suites to all of you loyal readers of the Blog: " A Medas Annos "...

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SEATY Project In Golfo Aranci Tags: nature & landscape, experiences & activities, sealife & watersports, 0 Comments

SEATY Project In Golfo Aranci

Knowing our sea to protect it. This is what the Worldrise non-profit organisation aims to do, while developing projects for the conservation and enhancement of the marine environment, based on aware...

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"Sea and Sardinia" By D.H. Lawrence Tags: personalities, arts & artisans, 0 Comments

"Sea and Sardinia" By D.H. Lawrence

David Herbert Lawrence was one of the writers of the early twentieth century who deeply loved Sardinia, leaving us a tourist guide from the past, a travel book where you can read customs,  tradi...

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Coppersmiths And "Sa Romaniska" Tags: traditions & folklore, history & culture, 0 Comments

Coppersmiths And "Sa Romaniska"

Sardinia is one of the European regions with the highest density of spoken languages: five native idioms, with sub-variants, besides Italian: Sardinian or Sardinian limba , in its two versions ...

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Romanzesu Nuragic Village Sanctuary’s Labyrinth Tags: history & culture, 0 Comments

Romanzesu Nuragic Village Sanctuary’s Labyrinth

Sardinia, a magical treasure chest of precious splendors and wonderful legacies of the Nuragic civilization, gives us the Romanzesu Nuragic Village Sanctuary near Bitti (NU), 1 and a half hour and 9...

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Pauli Arbarei: The Land of Giants Tags: traditions & folklore, history & culture, 0 Comments

Pauli Arbarei: The Land of Giants

The topic really fascinates me: did the Giants exist in Sardinia or they didn’t? Why are the Tombs of the Giants called this way? Who were the Giants of Monte Prama? In 4000-1600 BC the ave...

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