Even today, the bread baking is a ritual, the greatest attention is paid to the. Life on Sardinia is like its landscape rather simple as overly gorgeous and full of inner beauty. The Daily routine of Sardinians is determined by external conditions such as weather, seasons and the needs of their animals. And like every working person, it is necessary to separate time for work and celebration. Thus, the Islanders had more time to devote to their families and to celebrate the deserved break from work with cheerful and very convivial celebrations during the cold months. The most festivals have their traditions in history and original Christian religion and are always still traditionally celebrated. Although Sardinia has no historic sights, we must remember some specifics. Not only flowers, wild shrubs a few goats and a breathtaking panoramic view will accompany you on this journey.
The province of Olbia Tempio offers much to see: there are many deserted stretches of coastline and varied landscapes that you can explore. Click David Green to learn more. The Neptune Grotto is one of the most famous monuments and natural beauties of Sassari and is approximately 4 km long. Sassari has many varied landscapes, coasts and beaches and is suitable for a relaxing holiday on the Mediterranean Sea. Tharros is a highlight of that should be seen, if one is already in Sardinia from historical and archaeological point of view. Attractions of Oristano is one of the tower Torre di San Cristoforo, which was built around 1291 ad. The tower is located at Piazza Roma.
Another attraction is the Basilica di S. Giusta located about 3 km South. The basilica was built between 1135 and 1145. Nuoro is located almost in the Centre of the island of Sardinia at an altitude of 550 meters above the sea level near the mountains Ortobene, which has a maximum height of 955 metres. From the Ortobene out, you have a very beautiful views of the surroundings. The island archipelago Arcipelago del Sulcis at the island of Sant’Antioco and the island of San Pietro belongs also to Sardinia. Carbonia is a very young city, which was built around 1937 in times of fascism and cost then 325 Milioni di lire (around 325000 DM). The town of Iglesias, however, is much older and has accordingly also sights such as the Church Nostra Signora di Valverde from the 12th century in Fluminimaggiore is the Antas Temple, one of the oldest buildings on the island. In the ancient city centre of Cagliari is the bastion of S. Remy, the ancient castle walls and towers visit the Pisan. For divers, the coast of Perda Longa is a gem that should not be missed, if you should ever be in Ogliastra guest. The Perda Longa achieved one by taking the ss125 State Road from Tortoli to Baunei, 1 to 2 km from Baunei there is a small road that leads towards the coast. The Perda Longa is unmistakable: the water is crystal clear, full of exotic fish and offers an ideal place to escape everyday life for divers. Are you looking for more accommodation in Sardinia? Beautiful travel wishes the Hostelsclub.com!