Come and stroll under the hundred-year-old olive trees and the arbutus trees. The landscape is breathtaking: the mountains and wild valleys, the green plains stretching as far as the eye can see. If you move, you can be rocked by the mild echoes of the sea. You have left the wild Sardinia for the bright seaside.
This small "hilly Argentina" will delight lovers of natural landscapes with its authentic character and its raw beauty, where the green of the mountains mixes with the azure of the sea.
You will find here the two great gastronomic schools: the cuisine di terra based on meat and the cuisine di mare based on fish, so there will be a place for all tastes. Among the specialities to be tasted: the sardine pecorino cheese made from sheep's milk or the famous seadas: doughnuts stuffed with sheep cheese. Wine lovers will be delighted to stay in Sardinia as the island offers some excellent bottles such as Malvasia di Bosa, a dry and sweet wine or the renowned Tempio Pausania.