Tags archives: travel

  • Capo Caccia

  • I've been to North-west of Sardinia, to Capo Caccia, an imposing promontory of calcareous rock located in the north-western end of Sardinia, overlooking the bay of Alghero, and with the other promontory of calcareous rock of Alghero, Punta Giglio, encloses the large Gulf of Porto Conte. The mete [...]
  • A quick glance to Castelsardo

  • I love to visit this little jewel of Sardegna. Always windy and cold in winter, but so many things and new places to discover, like the Cathedral and the Chrurch of Santa Maria delle Grazie.
  • The city of wine: Sorso

  • It's very funny in italian the name of this city, become "the city of wine": it is called Sorso, in itaian, that is english sounds like "Sip" :) I've been here just to see the old city and the main attractive buildings but I have to admit that maybe it is better to make food and wine tours! By [...]
  • The mistral wind in Balai

  • This place is always particulary fascinating when the mistral wind blows...and even if the weather is not fine and the sea is threatening, I continue to call it my "Balaifornia" :)
  • Winter time in Argentiera

  • This place is for me really suggestive. It talks about the life in the mines of iron, lead and zinc almost one hundred years ago; today this place has something spectral and is almost completely abandoned, except for a cafè. And for its position, that overlooks the open sea (the so called "mar [...]
  • Oui, Paris!

  • One of the million sides to visit Paris, is that your sister lives in the Ville Lumière. So, this time we came back just for a weekend in the city and to walk soooo much, as usual :) From Montmartre to the Lady Eiffel, passing by a very nice place like Rue Crémieux! ...other shots coming so [...]
  • Porto Torres, not only a ferry destination

  • When you decide to come to Sardinia, maybe could happen to come by ferry and Porto Torres is a destination. But if you are a mindful visitor, you will understand that this place is not a destination, is a point to start to know about this Country. Porto Torres has got very ancient origins and [...]
  • Spreading colors in Bosa

  • I can't describe how much energy this place can send to you, only and exclusively by the use of colors. Millions of colors for the houses of the town help to convey happiness and the magical air of summer.
  • The old mining area of Piscinas

  • Piscinas is an old mining area. Its coastal dune system is an area of ​​sand dunes located in western Sardinia, near Arbus. The dunes reach a height of about 100 meters and are shaped by the wind blowing from the sea. They are among the highest dunes in Europe. [...]
  • Porto Torres celebrates Festha Manna

  • During the last days of June, 3, 4 and 5, in Porto Torres's been the cult of the Saints Martyrs Turritani Gavino, Proto and Gianuario. On May 3, the sixteenth-century wooden simulacres depicting the Martyrs are brought to procession from the Basilica of San Gavino to the church of Balai. So [...]