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Chanel Discovers Sardinia Blue Zones

An inspiring Chanel video features the beauty of Sardinia landscape and the intriguing theme of Longevity and Blues zones.

Have a look at it and do contact us if you would like to explore the longevity route through one of our food and wine and cultural tours.

A Nuragic hero unveiled

The Mont’e Prama hero which skull was recovered from the Necropolis of Mont’e Prama, together with the shocking Nuragic stone statues called “Giants of Mont’e Parma” has now got a face:

A 20/25 year old strong man with no bird and two beautiful braids falling along his chest. To reconstruct his face the most sophisticated techniques […]

Award Winner for the best Tour Operator 2016 in Sardinia

That’s us! Thank you for all those who supported us on this great achievement.

The Cape of Saint Elia and..the Devil’ Saddle

The Cape of Saint Elia lays in the center of the Gulf of Cagliari and it consists in limestone rocks that were once covered by the sea  so that today there are many fossils in there.

Despite the wind constantly blowing on these dry rocks, a wild and strong vegetation flourishes here. It is a very […]

Short Listed for the Luxury Travel Awards!

Thank you for your support, we are short-listed for the Luxury Travel Guide global Awards!

We are embracing a responsible tourism approach

VISIT US AT THE WORLD TRAVEL MARKET – LONDON

2-5 NOVMBER 2015

Recipes from Sardinia: the Mirto liquear

Mirto is a flowering plant, a bush native of southern Europe and North Africa which grows very well  in Sardinia.

From its dark berries, very similar to blueberries we make our traditional and very popular liqueur.

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An amazing trip to La Maddalena..

On a very hot day of August during our holidays in Sardinia, we decided to take a boat excursion to the archipelago of Maddalena, a group of small islands in the very north end of Sardinia. Having bought a fair priced ticket, we got to sit on the outdoor side of the boat with a […]

The rocky heart of Sardinia

Which is the best part of Sardinia, Manuela?

I have been asked this question so many times and here is my answer for you:

“Sardinia is all beautiful from north to south. Where you go depends on what you are looking for, but if you are looking for the unusual and the most authentic side of Sardinia, […]

Sardinia for all seasons

I was always surprised when coming back from freezing London and landing in Sardinia, I got one of those beautiful 300 days a year of sunshine. Off course, Sardinia is not a tropical Country, but those December and January days with no clouds at all (“le secche”) that can sometimes reach 18-20◦ Celsius were just […]