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Giants Of Mont'e Prama Tags: history & culture, experiences & activities 0 Comments

Giants Of Mont'e Prama

Leaving from Gabbiano Azzurro Hotel & Suites and traveling 2 hours and 20 minutes South, via Nuoro town, or West, via Berchidda, on the Sinis peninsula, central western Sardinia, there is...

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Albucciu Nuragic Complex Tags: history & culture, 0 Comments

Albucciu Nuragic Complex

Taking a walk in the Arzachena countryside, just 30 minutes away from the Gabbiano Azzurro Hotel & Suites , you will discover how much rich is Gallura, among vineyards and land for grazing, in ...

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Tharros The Phoenician Town Tags: history & culture, experiences & activities, 0 Comments

Tharros The Phoenician Town

A really interesting excursion is to visit Tharros, Phoenician City. Two and a half hours far from the Gabbiano Azzurro Hotel & Suites by car, for me it was a sort of “dutiful”...

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10 Healthy Foods From The "Blue Zone" Sardinia Tags: history & culture, food, 0 Comments

10 Healthy Foods From The "Blue Zone" Sardinia

Ten years ago, a study carried out by Gianni Pes and Michel Poulain determined 5 privileged areas of our planet where one can live happily, but primarily for a long time. They are called "The  ...

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Cheese Of Sardinia Tags: food, 0 Comments

Cheese Of Sardinia

In the millennial dairy culture of Sardinia Island, cheeses are an established art that is daily renewed, taking the tradition to the table in the flavour of its cheeses.  Pecorino Sardo date...

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The Sardinian Flag: Meaning Of The Four Moors  Tags: history & culture, 0 Comments

The Sardinian Flag: Meaning Of The Four Moors 

The history of the Sardinian flag of medieval origin, white with Saint George's red cross that forms four squares, each containing a Moor’s head, runs between legend and historical truth ...

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The Folklore Of Sardinia: 10 Famous Elements Tags: traditions & folklore, experiences & activities, 0 Comments

The Folklore Of Sardinia: 10 Famous Elements

Sardinian folklore represents the important bond that Sardinians have with their culture and tradition. The proud preservation of their language and traditional customs, religious and popular festiva...

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Sa Ramadura: Sardinian Roads Paved In Flowers Tags: traditions & folklore, experiences & activities, 0 Comments

Sa Ramadura: Sardinian Roads Paved In Flowers

Sa Ramadura , also called " infiorata " (decked with flowers) - which is currently still mesmerizing - is one of the most popular religious and folkloristic events in Sardinia. It is very old but...

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The 4 "Ichnusa" Legends Tags: traditions & folklore, history & culture, 0 Comments

The 4 "Ichnusa" Legends

How many of you know that the name of  Beer in Sardinia , " Ichnusa " , is actually the ancient Greek name for Sardinia? In this regard, 4 beautiful legends tell its origin: let's h...

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The Myrtle Tags: nature & landscape, food, 0 Comments

The Myrtle

The Mediterranean Scrub in Sardinia is formed, along with various other spices such as cistus, lentisk, juniper, arbutus, also from one of its most common components: the myrtle . All the shrub...

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