Exposing the Mysteries of the Mediteranean's Most Interesting Island
Basilica of San Saturnino
The Basilica of San Saturnio in Cagliari was first mentioned around 600 AD and was restored in 1484. It is difficult to visit inside, but not impossible. If can't get in, we have pictures.
Fordongianus: The Living Ruins of a Roman Spa
The amazing Roman thermal baths of Fordongianus live on because they have been in constant use for 2000 years.
Milis Travel Guide
Milis is a small village in Oristano province that has a lot to offer, from Sardinia’s best oranges to a museum of Sardinia’s traditional costumes.
Necropolis of Sant'Andrea Priu
How to visit the amazing necropolis of Sant'Andrea Priu in Bonorva.
Evaristiano: Wine from the Heart
A stunning wine helps fund a community's youth education and guidance programs.
San Salvatore is a dusty little village you might pass on a drive to some of the Sinis Peninsula’s fine beaches. Stop in. Kick your shoes off. There are surprises in store.
A top Sardinian archaeological site on the sea, Tharros was an ancient Phoenician-Roman Port on the Sinis Penninsula of Sardinia near Cabras. Go in spring when the wildflowers flourish.
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