Sant’Antioco Island is located in the extreme South West of Sardinia. It is about 90 km from Cagliari (port and airport), 300 km from Olbia port and 250 km from Porto Torres, the main points of arrival in Sardinia. You can have fun planning your trip to Sant’Antioco, which could turn out to be an […]Read more "How to get to Sant’Antioco"
I love Sant’Antioco island and its people. 8 Years ago we decided to buy our Place in this little paradise island and had the chance to experience it all: its colours, flavours, wild nature, beautiful beaches, roman and fenician ruins, local religious rituals, the food, the wine, the kindness of its inhabitants and even […]Read more "Why I started this blog"
Tomorrow is the 15th of August: ferragosto. It is a popular festival in Italy and people enjoy the day out with friends and family. Here are some places in Sant’Antioco organizing mid summer festival lunch or dinner: Hotel Restaurant Buckuka Martinelli Su Recantu – il canneto Maladroxia Hotel Maladroxia Ristorante Zefiro We personally […]Read more "Some ideas for mid summer festival lunch in #santantioco"
The Canai tower dominates the Gulf of Palmas, overlooking the coast, the island and the Cow and the Bull islets. Around the Tower and along the road to Capo Sperone there are several small and hidden coves with an emerald green sea sheltered for bathing. One of those is Turri, a beautiful rocky beach. Depending […]Read more "#Turri #beach in #santantioco"
Summer is here, the Sun is shining and the beautiful and unspoilt Sant’Antioco island is waiting for you all to enjoy every minute. Here’s the programme of the summer events organised locally. Have a look and enjoy it because…Sant’Antioco is magic!Read more "Sant’Antioco summer events "
The local festival “Sagra di Sant’Antioco” takes place every year, 15 days after Easter. It is one of the oldest religious celebrations in Sardinia, this year recurring its 657th edition. Here follows the programme manifesto (in Italian) of the celebrations, from 8th to 12th April. Here’s a brief summary of the main events (in english) […]Read more "657th festival of Sant’Antioco – the programme"
If you’re a traveller who will go anywhere to experience a truly astonishing view, then drive to Capo Sperone. Located on the southern tip of the island, the clifftop offers unrivaled views of the little volcanic islands that lie a little further out to sea, including Vitellino and Toro. On a really good day, […]Read more "Capo Sperone – view, wild nature and crystalline water"
For those who weren’t able to make it in Nettuno, here’s a nice video on the opening event of Sant’Antioco’s itinerant art exhibit, stop number 3. If you want to know more on the project of the art exhibit, on Saint Anthiocus martyr and on where you can visit the exhibit now please read: Sant’Antioco’s […]Read more "#santantiocogoestoNettuno – the video"
Sant’Antioco goes to Ozieri (SS). This is the itinerant art exhibit on Saint Antiochus stop number 4. From 18th February to 3rd April the itinerant contemporary art exhibit will be hosted at Museo Diocesano and open to public. The entrance is free and the art works are very impressive and important. Previously it stopped in Nettuno, Guidonia Montecelio and […]Read more "Sant’Antioco’s itinerant art exhibit goes to Ozieri"
Since Saint Valentine’s day is approaching, I thought it was the right moment to tell you about a sardinian gift which could be precious and original for your lover. Last year I was crazily fascinated by the sardinian ring in the picture (the Fede Sarda). Apart from its beauty and the particular technique used for […]Read more "The sardinian engagement ring"
There we are, ready for the itinerant art exhibit on Saint Antiochus stop number 3. From 6th-14th February the itinerant contemporary art exhibit will be hosted at Forte Sangallo in Nettuno and open to public. The entrance is free and the art works are very impressive and important. Previously it stopped in Rome and in Guidonia Montecelio. […]Read more "Sant’Antioco’s itinerant art exhibit goes to Nettuno"
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,600 times in 2015. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people. Click here to […]Read more "Visit Sant’Antioco in 2015"