In Sant’Antioco in the old town is located the Basilica of Sant’Antioco. It is a must see in the island because of its beauty and to understand the story of the place. It is a quite complex building, built around a central core consisting of the primitive martyrium dating back to the fourth century. Here […]Read more "Basilica of Sant’Antioco"
On such a rainy day I like to look back at my summer memories.Read more "5 beaches in a day, Sant’Antioco Island Sardinia"
If you are a bier and pizza lover, this is your place. Fabrizio, Tiziana and Luca started their activity in 2009 and since then they have been doing great: they won international bier competitions, they moved to a bigger place, they introduced various tasty and healthy dough for pizzas, they cooked fantastic desserts and opened […]Read more "Rubiu: bier, pizza and flamingos"
In an historical moment in which the migration of people from our neighboring countries is the daily debate, the figure of the Holy Martyr Sant’Antioco – the saint who came from the sea – is even more relevant. You might wonder what the figure of a Sardinian Saint has to do with thousands of people dying in […]Read more "Sant’Antioco goes to Rome: a journey through art and devotion"
Charity never stops, even in the hottest summer ever. Today I was really pleased to meet Daniele Strano and listen to his adventure: 40 years old sardinian athlete who is crossing Sardinia by kayak for a month to raise money for Save the Children. He left on 15th July from Lido of Cagliari by kayak, […]Read more "Strange Kayaking Sardinia stops at Penelope Beach for Save the Children"
The nature is amazing here on this paradise island: still wild, unspoilt. Trees, flowers, fruits grow easily here because the island is volcanic and its soil very fertile. If you had seen our lemon tree and bougainvillea few years ago, you wouldn’t tell that this blooming tree is ours and that we just harvested so […]Read more "Wild nature on unspoilt Sant’Antioco Island"
Calasetta is a town located on Sant’Antioco Island. It is known as the ‘white‘ because of the prevailing color of the houses and its beautiful beaches. The most important rule I learnt on Sant’Antioco island is that this part of the island is sheltered by east and southeast wind but it is totally exposed to mistral […]Read more "Calasetta, “the white” town on Sant’Antioco Island"