Sardegna Local Customs

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Sardegna Local Customs

  • Traditional Sardinian Dress

    See if you can catch any of the traditional Sardinian dance that may be happening in a town near by.

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  • Closing Time

    If you come from a fast food nation or where stores are open 24hrs then you'll be in for shock when you arrive here. In MY town everything is open at 8:30am and closes at 1pm. To reopen again at 5pm and close at 8pm. On wednesday night everything is closed except the butcher. Forget about sundays, nothing is open. I believe that every town has...

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  • Regional Food

    Italian food is very regional so although you can find pizza and spaghetti and capuccino everywhere, other things may different a lot from one region to the other. So in Sardinia you can find (at least):1. Pane casarau (it looks like a paper sheet but it's bread, very delicate)2. Porceddu (a maximum 6-weeks little pig, roasted on barbecue)3....

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  • Have a quick drink at the bar....

    In the cafés/bars you will usually see the locals have their espresso or cappucchino while standing at the bar - this is the way to do it! For a "quick" drink at the bar you pay less than if you have the same drink while sitting at one of the tables. One example: in 2007 a cappucchino cost 90 cents to 1 € when having it at the bar and around 1,30 €...

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  • Bread

    The Sardinians seem to love their bread, and there are several different types available to buy.I was impressed by the speciality of the central mountain area that is now readily available all aver the island. It is a large round crisp bread, which is very similar to a poppadum. It is perhaps slightly more 'wheaty' and crispy than the india...

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  • A way of being

    Old traditions and old principle are still alive in Sardinia. For example, a strong respect and devotion is still hold to old people. Every town has is own traditional dress and it is still common that children wear it the day of the "patrono"(the protector saint ) of their town.

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  • A very religious people, you...

    A very religious people, you can see anytime some festivities really 'Sardinian'.Here The 'St. Antonio' fire 16 January (c.ca 14 mt. high)

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  • DRESSES Every country has its...

    DRESSES Every country has its traditional dress, in some countries it is much richest than in others countries, but this depended on the wealth of the country and for the presence of noble families in this country (sorry the repeat word :-))

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  • LAUNEDDAS This instrument has...

    LAUNEDDAS This instrument has ancient origins and works like a Scottish cornamuse but being without bag, a particular type of respiration must be used (to inspirare from the nose using the mouth like bag) incredible isn't??!!

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  • Or, if you have a lot of...

    Or, if you have a lot of money, like that....... Hihihi! hahaha! huhuhu!

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Sardegna Hotels

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  • Villa Las Tronas Hotel & Spa

    It was some years ago when we stayed here but it was divine. We paid extra for a room with a sea...

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  • Hotel Quadrifoglio

    I was in Cagliari from the 1st to the 5th of December in 2008. It was a business trip book by our...

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  • Speraesole

    This hotel is 10km south of the airport at SS125 in Murta Maria (a place belonging to Olbia). It is...

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  • Hotel Cala Caterina

    I haven't stayed there but I visited it and found everthing oustandingly excellent with a very...

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  • Hotel Gabbiano Azzurro

    Via dei Gabbiani, Golfo Aranci, Sardinia, 07020, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Parco Degli Ulivi

    Loc. Rena, Arzachena, 7021, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Le Sabbie

    SottoTorre, Calasetta, 09011, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Park Hotel Asinara

    Loc. Cala Lupo, Stintino, 7040, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Casa Pisanu

    Via Umberto, 75, Narbolia, Oristano, 09070, Italy

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

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