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The Posidonia: The Aquatic Plant That Saves Our Coasts

Categories Sealife & Watersports Nature & Landscape Golfo Aranci     Tags: sealife & watersports nature & landscape golfo aranci    0 Comments The Posidonia: The Aquatic Plant That Saves Our Coasts

The Gabbiano Azzurro Hotel & Suites guest perhaps does not know Posidonia , because when he arrives for his holidays, the necessary operation to move the " banquettes " washed up to the...

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San Pantaleo: Discovering The Village and The Market

Categories Nature & Landscape Experiences & Activities Arts & Artisans     Tags: nature & landscape experiences & activities arts & artisans    0 Comments San Pantaleo: Discovering The Village and The Market

Protected by the granite massif of Cugnana, in the north-eastern Gallura, San Pantaleo, a pearl of the “Emerald Coast” hinterland and part of the municipality of Olbia, in the province o...

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Conca Fraicata - a Smurfs’ House?

Categories Traditions & Folklore Nature & Landscape     Tags: traditions & folklore nature & landscape    0 Comments Conca Fraicata - a Smurfs’ House?

Most of us grew up with the Smurfs . Back in 1958, the Belgian designer Peyo had the very happy inspiration of ​​creating the cute and little blue inhabitants of the woods, who lived in round house...

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Sardinian Arsons

Categories Nature & Landscape     Tags: nature & landscape    0 Comments Sardinian Arsons

“Stizia Du Pìghiri” Let Justice Take you! The Association " L’Uomo che Pianta gli Alberi “(The Man Who Plants the Trees) is interested in the protection of the en...

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Sardinia, Island Of Records

Categories Traditions & Folklore Personalities Nature & Landscape History & Culture Food Experiences & Activities Arts & Artisans     Tags: traditions & folklore personalities nature & landscape history & culture food experiences & activities arts & artisans    0 Comments Sardinia, Island Of Records

Sardinia, a wonderful island in the Mediterranean, is somewhat reminiscent of the song by Georges Moustaki, where he portraits himself being " Half pirate, half artist ". Pirate because it is w...

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Pedra è... (It’s just stone…)

Categories Nature & Landscape History & Culture Experiences & Activities     Tags: nature & landscape history & culture experiences & activities    0 Comments Pedra è... (It’s just stone…)

He, the husband, is passionate about everything being Nuragic. Each week he plans an itinerary that allows him to know the area more and more, discovering wonderful sites that excite him each time a...

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Compagnia Barracellare: Police Force Of Sardinia

Categories Personalities Nature & Landscape History & Culture     Tags: personalities nature & landscape history & culture    0 Comments Compagnia Barracellare: Police Force Of Sardinia

We mentioned the collaboration of the Compagnia Barracellare in the forest and woodland protection of Sardinia in the article Sardinia: 2018 European Forest Island Award .  The B ...

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S'Ozzastru: The Oldest Olive Tree

Categories Nature & Landscape History & Culture Experiences & Activities     Tags: nature & landscape history & culture experiences & activities    0 Comments S'Ozzastru: The Oldest Olive Tree

Sardinia, an ancient land rich in naturalistic, historical, artistic and cultural privileges, also claims its oldest living identity, S'Ozzastru , the oldest olive tree in Italy, which is over 40...

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Sardinia, So Unknown

Categories Nature & Landscape History & Culture Experiences & Activities     Tags: nature & landscape history & culture experiences & activities    0 Comments Sardinia, So Unknown

From this blog the Gabbiano Azzurro Hotel & Suites aims to let our precious readers know and share the love we have for this island. An island, Sardinia,  so beautiful  and culturally...

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10 Nuragic Villages: Unforgettable Experience

Categories Nature & Landscape History & Culture Experiences & Activities     Tags: nature & landscape history & culture experiences & activities    0 Comments 10 Nuragic Villages: Unforgettable Experience

Some Nuragic villages arise isolated, while others are connected to by fence walls enclosing the huts. The Nuragic populations often lived in villages leaning against the main towers. They were mostl...

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