Gaveena's blog

14Feb
Mont'e prama giants: unique archeology in Sardinia

Mont'e prama giants: unique archeology in Sardinia

International media have written about them. In Sardinia they are the topic of the year. We are talking about Giants of Mont’e Prama, the ancient statues which put a spotlight on archeology in Sardinia and got to be very special Ambassadors of our island all around the world. Their fascinating story began in 1974, when […]


25Aug
A taste of Cagliari in 5 spots

A taste of Cagliari in 5 spots

The Capital city of Sardinia is a vibrant mediterranean hub, where people and cultures have been gathering for centuries, creating a unique sequence of historical and social layers. That’s why it is a must for food junkies who can be surprised almost at every corner by drooling specialties born in a unique social melting pot. […]


05Jul
Unusual museums in Sardinia

Unusual museums in Sardinia

Who said that going for museums is a boring activity for lazy travellers? If you are fond of cultural heritage make sure you get the most from your holiday in our Island. Whether was the fame of our white sand beaches to drive you here, we will delight and surprise with some of the most […]


25May
Autumn in Sardinia with Autunno in Barbagia

Autumn in Sardinia with Autunno in Barbagia

Sardinia is well known as a sea destination, but be aware that during autumn and winter it does not disappear from the map! So set up your holiday radar and get ready to fly in the middle of Mediterranean to discover autumn in Sardinia, a magic mix of ancient traditions, friendly people and delicious food […]


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 […]


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 […]


25Jan
Archaeology in Sardinia: legendary punic cities

Archaeology in Sardinia: legendary punic cities

Legendary punic cities, the priceless treasure of archaeology in Sardinia For curious travelers addicted to history, a trip to Sardinia is surely not focused on enjoying the best beaches in Mediterranean sea. If you are an archeology enthusiast you will have plenty of choices on our coasts and in the inland alike. Not to mention […]


20Dec
The best time to visit Sardinia

The best time to visit Sardinia

When is best time to visit Sardinia? Of course all year round! Sardinian climate is pleasant in every season, sun is shining for around 250 day per year and there are several events buzzing the island almost every weekend. So choose your favourite month, get on a plane and come over to enjoy this surprising […]


25Nov
Nuragic Sardinia

Nuragic Sardinia

Charm and legends in Nuragic Sardinia When you think of heading to Italy your mind instantly recalls ancient roman ruins, renaissance and baroque towns. Right, so what are those weird stone buildings that you are constantly meeting driving across our island? Some of you think of a stone deposit while others might feel shocked and […]


25Oct
Contemporary Art in Sardinia at MAN museum

Contemporary Art in Sardinia at MAN museum

MAN in Nuoro, the unexpected museum in the heart of Sardinia One of the most surprising and interesting museums in Italian contemporary scenario settled in Nuoro? Ok, it is the capital of Barbagia and the main town amongst the mountains of central Sardinia; though quite small if compared with those you’d usually consider the ideal […]