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Get a real experience while tasting different local delicacies in the small shops hidden in what once was the fishermen's district, just a few steps from the sea.With quality and authenticity being the key ingredients of this experience, you will enjoy a unique path that winds along old churches, narrow streets and flower-decked balconies.
And we will be delighted to guide you through the different foods you will taste.Sardinia’s raw milk cheese, natural wine, cured meat prepared in accordance with local traditions, the real flavour of bread and fruit ice cream will engage your senses with their unique and special taste.
Our goal will be to make you feel like hanging out with friends, while telling you the stories behind this ancient city scented by the fragrance of the sea and of its genuine, simple food.
Explore the best that Cagliari has to offer with a panoramic view
tour of its main attractions. Discover the city's historic
districts and take in the stunning views over the Gulf of
Cagliari, known as Angels' Gulf. A small group and flexible
guide means you get the most out of this personalized tour.
Begin your. After a convenient pickup from your hotel
exploration of Cagliari. As you are driven through the
historic districts and the hidden city, you decide where you
want to stop. Your guide is ready to provide detail and
anecdotes about the citys main attractions and rich
Enjoy the leafy scenery of the picturesque city
as you soak up tales of its interesting history. You pass by
sights such as Molentargius Pond, Poetto Beach, and the
Capo Sant'elia Lighthouse. Keep your camera ready and
don't be shy about asking your guide to stop so you can get
a better look.
Visit to the nuragic complex of Barumini, an archaeological park that includes a nuragic architecture and parts of a village.
Visit to the museum complex of Casa Zapata, an important institution that includes an archaeological and ethnographic collection. The residence of another nuragic complex found under this Aragonese residence.
How did we live the first civilizations in Sardinia? What were the main technologies known by protohistoric populations? We will find in this archaeological tour in the nuraghe - On Nuraxi-, one of the most important monumental architectures of the island and Unesco heritage, together with the history of the Nuragic civilization
It starts from Cagliari, with time to be agreed; the tour takes place on foot in terrain with irregular surfaces. Comfortable shoes like sneakers are therefore recommended.
This tour will allow you to live a first-hand experience immersed in the vineyards and the wineries of the area, where you will learn the peculiarities of the Sardinian wine grapes. The tour includes a visit to a traditional winery: surrounded by sweet hills and rural landscapes, you will discover the different production stages, the kinds of the grapes, the land and the people who dedicate their time to the grape growing with great passion. Then we will taste the wine with some local food.
An amazing place with a incredible views: Nora and his ruins. A place to discover the history of Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Romans. Here you can see the old city, the roman amphitheater and the magnificent mosaics.
I was born around flours, inside a bakery with the smell of freshly baked bread. My Dad is a baker, my brother too: I love bread and I want to share my knowledge with you.
How many types of bread we produce in our land?
Together we will discover the dough, the shapes and the stories of bread in Sardinia.
How is the experience?
The First step consists in knowing the recipe and the different types of flours. Next, we prepare the dough and then we realize a variety of typical bread shapes, specifically: “su coccoi”.
At the end, we cook the bread in the oven and we taste it together with some cheeses and a glass of wine.
The territory of the Iglesiente is one of the oldest historical areas in Sardinia. A wild landscape whose landscape is strongly man-made by the mining of the territory. Within a mining context, the Porto Flavia tunnel was built in 1924: an incredible work of engineering that we will discover together armed with torch and helmet!
At the end of the path we will decide together what to do: stop for a meal, a tour in the town of Iglesias or return to the city again.
Explore the fantastic southwest Sardinian sea in a private luxury boat.
Ideal for families and friends with a range of available most beautiful beaches and a dedicated Captain to ensure you have a wonderful day in Sardinia. The generous schedule gives you plenty of time to explore and customize your itinerary. Best of all, avoid those vast crowds!