Gaveena's blog

19Mar
Top 10 don'ts in Sardinia

Top 10 don'ts in Sardinia

Sardinia is a world apart so there are special rules to follow during your stay, that’s why we decided to publish these ironical-but-serious don’ts. No danger, don’t worry! These few tips will help you to happily get into the soul of the island to be seduced by its food and amazed by its people. 1 […]


05Mar
Main events in Sardinia June - December

Main events in Sardinia June - December

This is our selection of events buzzing Sardinia between June and December. This is only a selection of main happenings and of course there’s much more than these, so whenever you will visit us, be sure that you’ll have many chances to join amazing and curious events! If you are planning to travel in the […]


23Jan
Three reasons for a Easter holiday in Sardinia

Three reasons for a Easter holiday in Sardinia

Do you believe that Easter is just painted eggs or Easter bunnies? Prepare your eyes and cameras to get impressed by some of the most amazing Easter rituals in the Mediterranean countries and be ready to enjoy a spiritual experience! Moreover, this is a wonderful time of the year to visit our island: spring is […]


06Dec
Wild herbs of Sardinia

Wild herbs of Sardinia

Go back to the past and learn how to use Mediterranean wild herbs of Sardinia with this quick guide by Gaveena’s team. Once upon a time ago, our ancestors used to go shopping in the natural supermarket of Mediterranean scrub. Luckily we have preserved some of their wisdom and we can’t wait to share it with you! […]


01Nov
Mysterious carnival masks in the heart of Sardinia

Mysterious carnival masks in the heart of Sardinia

While searching for images of Sardinia, probably some of you has been impressed by local people wearing weird costumes and mysterious masks. Don’t worry, this is not our everyday outfit! It’s part of antique rituals and bizarre celebrations taking place during carnival, surely the most buzzing period of the year in our island. In Barbagia, the mountain […]


28Oct
Coffee in Italy

Coffee in Italy

When visiting our country, it’s good to have a clue of the culture of coffee in Italy; it may look bizarre and sometimes insane… but it’s surely a creative way to enjoy intense flavours. Some basics about italian coffee This short guide is related to coffee at bar or restaurant, while coffee made at home […]


20Sep
Spaghetti with bottarga - Sardinian recipe

Spaghetti with bottarga - Sardinian recipe

Bottarga is made of mullet or tuna roes, salted and dried; it is a typical product of Sardinia, born centuries ago in Cabras on west coast of our island. It can be found in baffe (literally ‘mustaches’ because of their shape) or grated. For this recipe we will use it grated. Spaghetti with bottarga is […]


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. […]


18Jul
10 reasons why Sardinia is not worth a visit

10 reasons why Sardinia is not worth a visit

We believe that Sardinia is beautiful and unique, but we know that it always depends on each one’s point of view! So have a look at these reasons why some of you may not like it… while some others may get inspired and start dreaming to leave their footprint on our island. For the first […]


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 […]