A Guide To Visiting Isola Di Mal Di Ventre Sardinia

Isola di Mal di Ventre

The Isola di Mal di Ventre (Mal di Ventre Island in English) is located in the Sinis Protected Area, on the west coast of the central part of Sardinia. The island is exposed to strong winds, so in the past it was known in Sardinian language as Malu Entu (which could be translated as “bad … Read more

A Concise Guide To Cuglieri, Sardinia

Cuglieri

Cuglieri is an ancient village in the province of Oristano. Completely off the beaten path, should you decide to visit the area, you will be astonished by its beauty and its traditions. The village rises in the ancient volcanic mount of Montiferru, and it is surrounded by a breathtaking landscape, merging together a stunning coast … Read more

A Guide To The Sinis Peninsula, Sardinia

San Giovanni di Sinis Peninsula

Significantly lesser visited compared to other parts of Sardinia, the area known as Sinis Peninsula is packed with unique sights. Whether you are into archeology, history, food and wine, or simply want to hang out in a gorgeous beach, the Sinis Peninsula has something for you. Located on the central-western coast of Sardinia, this is … Read more

What To See And Do In Alghero, Sardinia

Alghero Airbnb

Alghero, Sardinia is a truly charming place to visit and if you are planning a trip to the island you should not miss it. This Catalan enclave of less than 50000 people is the 5th largest city in Sardinia and – despite attracting multitude of tourists every year – it’s managed to retain its character … Read more

A Quick Guide To San Giovanni Di Sinis, Sardinia

San Giovanni di Sinis Peninsula

San Giovanni di Sinis is a hamlet of Cabras, located in the Sinis peninsula (province of Oristano). Surrounded by lots of natural beauties, it is one of the most important seaside resorts in the Gulf of Oristano. Every summer, locals and tourists alike choose it to spend their vacations. But there’s more than beaches in … Read more

A Curated Guide To Cabras, Sardinia

San Giovanni di Sinis Cabras

There are so many things to say about the wonderful Cabras that I literally don’t know where to start! This lovely small town is located in the Sinis Peninsula, not far from Oristano, and small as it is, it is home to some of the most impressive archeological sites in Sardinia, and to breathtaking landscapes. … Read more

The Best Guide To Sa Sartiglia, Oristano

Sartiglia

Sa Sartiglia is Oristano’s pride and joy and, together with a few other events, it is considered one of Sardinia’s representative festivals. It is held each year on Carnival Sunday and Tuesday (Shrove Tuesday) and it had its 555th edition in 2020. Although there is no irrefutable proof, historians think the first edition was held … Read more

A Guide To Visiting Neptune’s Grotto, Sardinia

Neptune's Grotto

The Neptune’s Grotto (Grotte di Nettuno, in Italian) is a beautiful cave complex nearby Alghero, and among the most beautiful caves in Sardinia, and they have charmed thousands of people – a lot of celebrities, too! – during the years. They are one of Alghero main tourist attractions and a site of great scientific interest … Read more

A Guide To Nuraghe Palmavera, Sardinia

Nuraghe Palmavera

Together with Su Nuraxi of Barumini, Nuraghe Palmavera is one of the best kept nuraghe in Sardinia and a must see when in Alghero. If you happen to be visiting this part of the island, you will have no shortage of fun activities to enjoy and places to visit. But while most travelers visit Sardinia … Read more

What To See And Do In Bosa,Sardinia

Bosa Sardinia

Known to be one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, Bosa, Sardinia counts no more than 8500 inhabitants, colorful buildings, a hilltop castle and a river flowing right through the village. It’s honestly so scenic that you really should not miss it if you happen to visit Sardinia. Some go there on day trips from … Read more