Exposing the Mysteries of the Mediteranean's Most Interesting Island
Nuraghe Losa: Abbasanta
Another Sardinian off-ramp attraction like Santa Cristina, Nuraghe Losa was constructed in the Middle Bronze Age (15th-14th century BC) and is notable for its fine architecture.
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.
Santu Lussurgiu sits pretty on the south-eastern slope of the Montiferru mountains in Oristano Province. Its centerpiece is the 18th century palazzo housing an incredible collection of artifacts donated by local residents, over 2000 in all, that make up the Museo della Tecnologia Contadina, one of the best ethnographic collections you'll ever visit.
Ever Try Orziadas? It's Fried Sea Anemone Time!
November is the time to eat Orziadas in a variety of ways in Sardinia, especially on the coast between Cagliari and Oristano.
Finding Sardinia's Traditional Musical Instruments
Zippoli - Carnevale Sweets of Oristano