How To Make Sardinian Culurgiones

culurgiones

Culurgiones are among the best known traditional Sardinian dishes, originating from a region called Ogliastra. The concept of culurgiones is similar to that of ravioli – a fresh pasta filled with other ingredients, measuring between 2-4 inches in length and between 1-2 inches in width. But the shape and the taste are not even remotely … Read more

A Local Recipe For Malloreddus Alla Campidanese (Gnocchetti Sardi)

malloreddus gnocchetti sardi

Malloreddus is one of the traditional pasta of Sardinia, the kind of food you can expect to eat on special occasions: no festival occurs in Sardinia without malloreddus being abundantly served. Eaten at home, on Sundays, you’ll also find it in good trattorie (local eateries) or agriturismi. Restaurants usually serve variations of the traditional malloreddus … Read more

A Great, Easy Guide To Sardinian Wines

Sardinian wines

Sardinian wines deserve way more attention than they have received so far.  Sardinia is an idyllic Italian island in the Mediterranean Sea that boasts more than 2,000 kilometers of coastline and plentiful craggy mountains. The combination of a rough and rugged interior landscape and oceanic elements in the soil produce truly astonishing wine. Sardinia itself … Read more

How To Make Sa Panada From Sardinia

Sa Panada

Sa Panada (simply called Panada in Italian or English) is one of the tastiest and most comforting Sardinian dishes. Known across the island, the most popular versions of Sa Panada are those from Assemini, a small town in the metropolitan area of Cagliari known to be the “capital of Sa Panada,” Cuglieri, located on the … Read more

How To Make Seadas – Sardinian Cheese And Honey Pastries

seadas

Seadas are the most popular traditional Sardinian dessert. The shape of seadas may remind you of ravioli – a fresh pasta filled with other ingredients, but they are bigger and sweet but still with a delicious melted cheese inside. The main ingredients to prepare seadas are: flour, durum wheat flour, lard, fresh cheese that can … Read more

Where To Stay In Sardinia – The Best Local Recommendations

Airbnb in Sardinia

Wondering where to stay in Sardinia? You’re in the right place. As a local I can tell you exactly where to spend your vacation. Sardinia has been long regarded as one of the top beach holiday destinations, famous for its turquoise waters and soft powdery sands. It’s also one of the top surf spots in … Read more

A Complete Guide To Carloforte And Isola Di San Pietro, Sardinia

Carloforte Isola di San Pietro

Located in the beautiful Isola di San Pietro, in the Sulcis Archipelago in southern Sardinia, Carloforte is one of the most beautiful, unique places to visit in Sardinia. Recently made nationally famous by a TV Series (L’Isola di Pietro), the island has retained all of its local character. Blessed with beautiful sandy beaches, small rocky … Read more

A Complete Guide To Villasimius, Sardinia

Villasimius

Villasimius is one of the best holiday destinations in Sardinia. This small village on the south-east coast of Sardinia is an incredibly pleasant place to visit. At the end of an intense day by the beach or visiting the surroundings, (basically you can go to a different beach every day for more than two weeks), … Read more

An Easy Guide To Airbnb Villasimius

Punta Molentis

With incredible sandy beaches with the clearest waters and the Marine Protected Area of Capo Carbonara that is a paradise for diving, Villasimius is one of the best summer holiday destinations in southern Sardinia. Add to that the hiking trails, the archeology museum, the ruins of the Fortezza Vecchia, and you will want to go. … Read more

A Very Easy Recipe For Burrida Alla Cagliaritana

Burrida

Sa Burrida a sa Casteddaia – AKA burrida alla Cagliaritana (Cagliari style) – is one of the most common appetizers found in fish and seafood restaurants in the area of Cagliari and its surroundings, up to the small town of Pula and even the Sulcis area. This is one of the best dishes of the … Read more