Available in Pula on April
Come live an exclusive experience with us.
Discover the cult of Sant'Efisio. It will fascinate you with its enchanting aura and magical atmosphere.
Among myth, legend and reality we retrace the history of this extraordinary saint venerated in all Sardinia.
We will visit the church of 1100 dedicated to Sant'Efisio located in the picturesque bay of Nora.
The tour continues in the centre of Pula and we will be hosted in a charming Campidanese court and take part in the adornment of "Sa Tracca"; a wooden cart that parades with the family in the procession in honour of the holy warrior on May 1st in Cagliari and on May 2nd in Nora.
We will also witness the display of the traditional Sardinian dress with its filigree jewellery.
We will have the opportunity to test our cake baking skills with Sardinian traditional recipes and accompanied by the song of muttetus (Sardinian for songs), we will indulge in tasting sessions.
It's a magical holiday atmosphere with lively music and merriness!
Chia or Dorgali
This experience offers the opportunity to live a few hours into the fold of a Sardinian shepherd where you can watch the milking sheep and making cheese Sardinian according to ancient traditions. At the end of the experience it will be a tasting of cheeses .
There is a family in Orgosolo (the last) that still handles the breeding of silkworms. This precious material is used by the same family for weaving 'Su lionzu "(haiddress of the traditional female costume of Orgosolo).
Sardinia's best-known typical bread is the crunchy and tasty pane Carasau. In Mamoiada pane carasau is still homemade by our mothers. In a traditional bakery, we will guide you through the making of pane carasau, that is baked in a wood-fired oven.
The craft of weaving and Sardinian carpet production today represent a treasured art. It was for women a very important art, passed down from generation to generation for centuries, and who still has a great artistic and economic value.
We are in Mamoiada, in the very heart of Barbagia. During a nice walk through the vineyards, you will be guided by a wine farmer who will explain the phases of growth and production of the grape, with a particular attention on the features of the Cannonau quality.
Another extraordinary experience that will reveal us the secret of the preparation of the most famous Sardinian pasta:
"malloreddus" (small gnocchi); "fregola", and culurgiones, typical ravioli of Ogliastra and Barbagia , stuffed potatoes with cheese and mint .