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Porto Torres: Turris Libisonis Tags: history & culture, experiences & activities 0 Comments

Porto Torres: Turris Libisonis

The discovery of an important Roman and Nuragic settlement during the construction of a new university campus in the San Lorenzo area in Sassari is the end of July 2021 news. In recent decades had a...

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Sardìgna Meravizosa: Wonderful Sardinia! Tags: personalities history & culture, experiences & activities, 0 Comments

Sardìgna Meravizosa: Wonderful Sardinia!

In the last part of the second millennium BC in the Bronze Age, a very interesting and unknown civilization developed on the Sardinian Island, see  Sardinia, So Unknown . We were told of ...

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Milis Holy Well In Golfo Aranci Tags: history & culture, experiences & activities, golfo aranci, 0 Comments

Milis Holy Well In Golfo Aranci

Just 5 minutes far from the Gabbiano Azzurro Hotel & Suites , there is the Milis Holy Well in Golfo Aranci, one of the most important in the area, dating back to the 8th - 7th century B...

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Spending A Day With Golfo Aranci’s Fishermen Tags: traditions & folklore, experiences & activities, golfo aranci, sealife & watersports, 0 Comments

Spending A Day With Golfo Aranci’s Fishermen

As we wrote in Golfo Aranci: A Fishermen Village , Golfo Aranci was a fishermen village before becoming a tourist destination. It was populated by fishermen coming from Ponza, one of the four isl...

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The Megalithic Circle: Li Muri Tags: history & culture, experiences & activities, 0 Comments

The Megalithic Circle: Li Muri

The Megalithic Circle is a type of burial also called "Megalithic Circles Culture", a phenomenon localized in the historical region of Gallura beginning around 3500 BC, formed by a series of con...

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The Posidonia: The Aquatic Plant That Saves Our Coasts Tags: nature & landscape, golfo aranci, sealife & watersports, 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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Nuragic Bronze Statuettes Tags: arts & artisans, history & culture, 0 Comments

Nuragic Bronze Statuettes

The bronze statuettes ( brunzìttu nuragicu in Sardinian) created from IX to VI century A.C. and found in  Nuraghe , in the common dwellings, in the Giants' Tombs and in the Holy Wells...

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San Pantaleo: Discovering The Village and The Market Tags: nature & landscape, arts & artisans, costa smeralda, experiences & activities, 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? Tags: nature & landscape, traditions & folklore, 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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Sa Pintadera Tags: arts & artisans, history & culture, experiences & activities, 0 Comments

Sa Pintadera

Sa Pintadera is a circular clay disk with geometric motifs engraved on one facade, converging towards the centre, almost a primitive Mandala, as the Pintadera actually recalls the magnetic Mandala...

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