Take a stroll around Noto and discover the charming town of Noto, also known as ‘the Baroque Capital’. The town is a feast for the eyes as its historic city-center, now a UNESCO Heritage site, is dotted with baroque buildings whose architecture appears to derive right out of a fairytale land.
The next stop of this experience is also pleasantly unique: a visit to a family-run olive and almond farm in the vicinity of Noto. Take a pleasant stroll among the olive and almond trees and learn about Sicily’s olive oil culture and the family’s oil making traditions.
After the tour around the farm, enjoy a mouth-watering lunch made with homemade delicacies and accompanied by local wines.
This ancient city has a long history, originating in 8th c. BC as a Phoenician city, then passing into the hands of the Carthaginians before finally becoming a major Roman city.
Many of Sardinia’s towns are perfect holiday destinations during the summer but Cagliari is a gem that is lovely to visit all year round.
In the heart of Sardinia, there lies an unusual place whose winding paths and wild trails take you on a journey through time.
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