Gaveena's blog

25Mar
Sardinia's numbers

Sardinia's numbers

Check out this collection of numbers related to Sardinia, they will give you a quick & quirky view of our island with its people, territory and heritage. Some of them will inspire you, others will be funny and a few will look simply impossible. So sit down, relax and get ready to be wowed! 1 […]


15Mar
Titbits for 3 open air museums in Sardinia

Titbits for 3 open air museums in Sardinia

You may be familiar with picturesque hamlets, but what about feeling into a museum simply strolling around? It happens when you head to Sardinia and you don’t stop to sunbathe at the first beach but you keep going until you leave the coast and meet the fabulous inland. Here you might get lost (if travelling […]


01Mar
Top 5 Sardinian Sweets

Top 5 Sardinian Sweets

Certain things in life deserve a sweet. That’s what Sardinian think you will admit! Sardinian baking and patisserie are an amazing combination between the shepherds tradition and the plenty of flavours offered by this generous island. Sprinkled with local honeys and other yummy ingredients, Sardinian sweets are a pride of gastronomy and simply mouth watering. […]


17Feb
Sardinian knives

Sardinian knives

Knife has always been an important tool in Sardinia, above all for shepherds and people working in countryside. It can be used for many purposes like cutting meat, cheese or bread as well as wood carving and creating tools for everyday needs. That’s why our craftmen developed fine knife making techniques able to match strenght […]


05Feb
Sardinian Torrone

Sardinian Torrone

There’s a delicious white sweet produced in our island since ages by skilfully mixing three simple ingredients: honey, egg white and almonds, nuts or walnuts. It’s Sardinian Torrone! The cradle of Sardinian Torrone is surely Tonara, a village between the mountains of Barbagia region in the heart of Sardinia. Almost all people living here work […]


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