We love Sardinia - an island as diverse as hardly any other place in the world. Every Christmas we delight you with our traditional "Letter from Sardinia" - for which we always take up special themes of the island.
Two world-renowed women
These two women are the most important representatives of Sardinia in the world: writer Grazia Deledda (Nuoro 1871- Rome 1936) and artist Maria Lai (Ulassai 1919 - Cardedu 2013). They are celebrated by universities, museums, and symposia for their significance to the international art world.
In this letter, we would like to introduce you to the contemporary ceramic works of the famous Sardinian artist Emilia Palomba. Her workshop is currently in Cagliari, the capital of Sardinia, but she previously also worked in Rome and Venice. The studio in Cagliari is always worth a visit.
The Gem of the Mediterranean: the Ogliastra
We all love Sardinia, a wonder of nature. Everything that the island offers in the way of beauty can be connected within one stretch of land: turquoise water, breathtaking cliffs, fairytale grottos,
Sardinia's hidden treasures
People say that Sardinia is an island with an incredible diversity. Just think of Sardinia's historic mines, which were recently declared by UNESCO to be World Heritage Sites. Mining in Sardinia has a history that spans over two thousand years. The
Sardinia is not just a beautiful island in the Mediterranean, spoiled by the sun and bathed by the sea. Sardinia, the island of the Nuraghi, is also a land of arts, rich in impressive examples of painting, sculpture and architecture.
Sardinia is a sun-filled island with emerald green fjords, remote coves and towering cliffs rising out of the sea. But thanks to its huge forests and renowned nature reserves, Sardinia is also a very green island – an unspoiled paradise for hikers and nature
With our letter from Sardinia this year, we want to introduce you to Sardinia‘s most famous wine: Cannonau. It is believed to have existed since the time of the Nuraghi, making this glorious wine about 3000 years old. This is a wine whose trademark is its history.
Sardinia's traditions, history, and folklore are now on the threshold of their third millennium.
Sardinia greets the Year 2000 with its dolmen, its thousand year old nuraghi, and with the magic of its rituals, born from the