Exposing the Mysteries of the Mediteranean's Most Interesting Island
San Salvatore is a dusty little village you might pass on a drive to some of the Sinis Peninsula’s fine beaches. Stop in. Kick your shoes off. There are surprises in store.
Sardinia Travel 101: Barbàgia: What to Expect
A photo essay showing the potential tourist what to expect when you visit the Barbagia mountain region around Nouro, Sardinia.
A Time for Masks: The Mamoiada Mask Museum
Mamoiada is the place to go if you're looking for hand made masks or information on how cultures use masks throughout the world.
Sedilo and l'Ardia
The Palio di Siena. Nah. L’Ardia is way better, but you probably haven’t heard of it.
Birras 2012: Festival of Beer in Sardinia
Rally of Nuraghi and Vermentino 2012
L'Ardia di San Costantino
Horses are very much a part of Sardinian culture. L'Ardia di San Costantino is a celebration of faith and humanity's long relationships with horses.
Villasimius and the festival of the Madonna del Naufrago.
Sa Sartiglia Video - Capturing Stars in Sardinia
Sardinia has some of the most interesting festivals, many involving horses. Sa Sartiglia in Oristano is one of them, and it's spectacular.