Poetry Festival in Nora

Nora is an archaeological area less than 19 miles (30 km) from Cagliari that was founded by the Phoenicians and later inhabited by the Carthaginians and the Romans. It is situated on a promontory near Pula, a town famous for its wonderful sandy beaches and clear turquoize seas, and enjoys fabulous views of the surrounding area. (more…)

The stunning southern coast

The Southern coast’s panoramic road starting from Teulada and going  up to Santa Margherita allows one to discover a series of extraordinary coves, where Sardinia’s distinguishing characteristics let out  the best of  their  charm: stunning beaches, an emerald colour and transparent sea, spectacular cliffs and vegetation. The panorama and the nature of the island aren’t the only feature as they are  accompanied by a cultural aspect too, particularly when taking into consideration the promontory hosting the Roman city of Nora, its marvellous ruins framed by  the crystal clear sea. The southern coast is one of the many destinations that must be seen whilst on holiday in Sardinia. TEULADA

Teulada is an important centre located between a vast hinterland of mountains and forest and an exquisite  coast. The road  that begins near the graveyard rejoins the road from Domus deMaria and goes all the way up to the “Is Cannoneris” forest, one of the largest of the island. The coast, which includes Capo Teulada,  a promontory  of 200 metres in height, is characterized by wonderfully breathtaking coasts, with a variety of beaches accessible from  the Southern coast’s panoramic road. The  military training area borders on the west with the beautiful beach of “Porto Tramatzu”, nearby is the port of Teulada and the “torre del Budello” a tower built in 1601 to defend the village,  facing it is the large red islet. After the training area, the road leads to Sant’anna Arresi,  a small village of Nuragic origin, as can be seen in the presence of the Sant’Anna Nuraghi. A few more kilometers straight ahead take to Porto Pino,  a pretty seaside villagea gain characterized by a long stretch of white sand touching a perfectly transparent sea, behind it a gorgeous pine forest of Aleppo pine trees.  (more…)