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It’s hard to imagine Sardinia’s slopes, peaks and valleys covered heavily in snow, but it happened. It snowed in Sardinia! This past week in many parts of Sardinia it snowed so hard that many people were left without heat, electricity … Continue reading
Wishing you all a safe, successful, and happy New Year filled with love, joy and peace. If you have any questions about your trip to Sardinia, don’t hesitate to send me an email. Just click on the contact tab at … Continue reading
Inside Sardinia: A distorted Nature’s poem … I grow flat along the red rocky earth with only the wind to guide me. My nutrients I steal from the sea with only the wind to guide me. I yearn to reach … Continue reading
The art of getting lost is an easy task if you don’t know where you are going and are not prepared to get lost. I don’t get lost as much as I used to, like that time in Dublin, Copenhagen, … Continue reading
A simple snapshot of one of the most romantic towns I’ve found in Sardinia. This is Castlesardo. Go ahead and explore her ancient alleys and mythologies. I promise you won’t be disappointed.
Valle della Luna – a mecca in the 60’s and known all over Sardinia as a hippie hangout, is one of the most surreal and controversial places I have ever seen. A vast valley in the north of Sardinia made … Continue reading
Too much time was spent in awe and looking up of all things Oliena, at this years Autunno in Barbagia – Cortes Apertas 2016, that when I did look down, I found these intricately sewn, traditional shoes. Now if I could … Continue reading
The thing that sticks with me the most from my weekend getaway to Oliena are the people. In every cortes (home) we entered, we were greeted with humble welcomes and gracious smiles. Each and every artist was eager to explain … Continue reading
From early September to the beginning of December small towns throughout the Barbagia region of Sardinia open their doors for tourists and locals alike. It’s a refreshing time to wander ancient alleys and discover a Sardinia from hundreds of years … Continue reading
Reminiscing of August past, through rose-coloured glasses, in all her splendid glory, she lays waiting for me. Sardinia. Where did you spend your summer holidays?