Sardinian culture

You needn’t look any further than the ancient Roman city of Nora or the Catalan architecture of Alghero to see that Sardinia’s culture is diverse. Join Sardinians to celebrate their traditional festivals with their many culinary specialities. The Sardinia team would be happy to advise you. Enjoy Sardinia with all of your senses now!

Arts and Crafts

Sardinia’s arts and crafts are a successful mix of aesthetics and practicality. Only regional materials like cork, sheep’s wool, silver, coral and chestnut wood are used - for unforgettable souvenirs from your sun-drenched, favourite island.

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When Sardinia celebrates, it’s always a lively occasion. Christian and pagan customs, medieval spectacles and colourful costumes - since time immemorial, Sardinians have certainly known how to party. Whether at Easter, during carnival or one of the modern music festivals. Influences of the diverse Mediterranean peoples flow through the music, singing and dances, simultaneously keeping old traditions alive.

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Sardinia’s musical panorama is traditionally fascinating: from the ancient, traditional Canto a Tenore singing through launeddas flutes all the way to modern jazz festivals - Sardinia speaks multiple musical languages. And all this in Italian, Sardinian and Catalan.

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Traditional Costumes

Sardinia’s traditional costumes reflect the deep-rooted history of the sunny island. With colourful, high-quality fabrics and artistic embroidery, they are much more than mere clothing - they are a symbol of cultures, origin and religiosity and are worn at traditional festivals.

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