Sardinia has a gastronomic culture that is as unique as it is delicious. Experience the region’s local traditions with this tour that takes you directly into the home of an Olianese woman who will prepare for you various types of traditional pasta. You also get a chance to try your hand at making some of these products after which you cook the pasta and have a light lunch along with rich local wines. After lunch, visit the museum of Mediterranean masks in Mamoiada where you learn about the traditions of the Mamoiada carnival and the history behind the local carnival masks. The tour culminates with an exciting stop at the workshop of a mask-maker who will show you the process behind making these unique masks.
n the heart of Sardinia, there lies an unusual place whose winding paths and wild trails take you on a journey through time. The Nuragic village of Tiscali is located on the border between the towns of Dorgali and Oliena.
The first stop is the nuraghe of Barumini, the most visited archaeological site in Sardinia. The next stop is an organic family-run farm where you get to experience the simplicity of rural Sardinian life.
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.
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