recipes & lifehacks
Serve liquor in bars and restaurants, a bottle of the drink can be purchased at supermarkets.
Go down into the subterranean abode of the god of the seas and oceans, stroll among the stalagmites and touch the cold waters of Lake Lamarmora.1315Neptune's Grotto
Try the finest carasau bread, which was known in Sardinia in the Bronze Age and still has not lost its popularity.88
Ride on a boat on the lagoon of San Teodoro and look closely at the pink flamingos, arriving here in the summer.FREE32Lagoon of San Teodoro
Visit a unique and incredibly interesting park where all the attractions look like toys.106Sardinia in Miniature Park
Come to Giants' grave that was used as public tomb during the Bronze Age, and touch the construction, which had special meaning for ancient people.FREE22Tomb Coddu Vecchiu
Go down to the Neptune's Grotto on the long stairs, offering a view of the Mediterranean Sea.FREE22Neptune's Grotto
Look at the unique cultural monument - the structure of the prehistoric era.1028Su Nuraxi (Barumini)
Pecorino is made from milk of sheep, that grown only in Sardinia, and from it people make the famous cheese Casu Marzu with live larvae.2011
Try the usual delicacy in unusual performance - tuna or mullet roe in dried form, which is has the better taste with pasta or salad.805
You can see european wild mouflon only on the islands of Corsica and Sardinia, and in Italy you can find them in the national park.259Asinara National Park
Trippa is prepared from various parts of the cow's stomach for a special recipe, known since the days of ancient Rome.209
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