A beautiful hike among granite rocks.
We have lots of places we love in Sardinia and we want to share these with you. But we are conscious that everyone has their own special places and it’s possible you’ll find more and more on the island that you don’t want to miss. If you would visit some of our much loved placesContinue reading “Places we love”
Last week we decided to go away for two days in a camper. For us it’s a new way to organize our hiking trips. Marta, our ten-year old daughter was with us. We rented a camper in Porto San Paolo, ten minutes from home (www.campersardegna.net). We tried a very roomy one, with six beds. Marta wasContinue reading “Tiscali”
I think that living in Sardinia is a real luxury. Mild weather and gorgeous nature are two good reasons to appreciate our island. And there are some simple customs that make you feel good. Having lunch with sea urchins, for us, is one of these. You only need a good pair of boots and a longContinue reading “Sea urchins and a piece of bread”
Sardinia has hidden treasures. Gems that you can easily discover outside the usual itineraries. Capo Ceraso is one of these. Ancient rocks, 300 million years, which with strange shapes and spotted with dark yellow lichen, border a colourful sea. An easy hike takes you to the top of the headland. The view is stunning: blueContinue reading “A quiet hike and a magnificent view”
Held annually on March 22nd, focused attention on the importance of freshwater sources advocating for their sustainable management. This year the theme is “Water and Wastewater”. We should learn that wastewater is a valuable resource in the circular economy and its safe management is an efficient investement in the health of humans and ecosystems. HaveContinue reading “World Water Day”
Eating on wild olive tree.
My love for little creatures