Treat yourself to a delightful and exclusive experience in the heart of Sardinia and his truffle. Sardinia is an exceptional place for the mushroom lovers.
Lost in the maze of rocky inaccessible mountains, breathtaking cliffs and tiny perched villages that the rarest pasta in the world is made: su filindeu.
To be a black sheep is not a flaw any more. Instead it could soon become a virtue. It is happening in Arbus, small town of the south-west coast of Sardinia.
Prestigious magazine National Geographic Traveller, has recommended Tasting Sardinia as local experts in culinary travel.
To find a wine produced from ungrafted vines (grown on their original roots ) is something rare and only possible in a few places in the world as in a tiny plot in Sardinia.
The Sardinian cuisine is somewhat variegated and mainly characterized by its island-status and its agropastoral culture, enriched during the centuries throughout contaminations, contacts and trades with other peoples. It is considered to be an important part of the Mediterranean diet and it was declared masterpiece of the oral and intangible heritage of humanity in 2010 by UNESCO.
You really cannot miss the carnevale barbaricino. Their costumes and their wooden masks bring back to the prehistoric man-animal connection, and their steps, forceful and constant, rigorously occur simultaneally in order to produce the hipnotic, haunting sound of the bone-made clapper banging against the bronze of the cowbells, to stave bad spirits off.