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Full-day Tour in Alghero among History and Enogastronomy
"One of Sardinia's most beautiful medieval cities Alghero is the main resort in the northwest. The town hasn't given up its unique character and it retains a proud and independent spirit. Its animated historic centre is a terrific place to hang out and with so many excellent restaurants and bars it makes an ideal base for exploring the beaches and beauty spots of the nearby Riviera del Corallo. The main focus of attention is the picturesque centro storico (town centre) one of the best preserved in Sardinia. Enclosed by robust honey-coloured seawalls this is a tightly knit enclave of shady cobbled lanes
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Nuraghe Tour of Sardinia
"The journey begins with a pickup from accommodations in South Sardinia. Join the specialized history guides as the group explores ancient stone buildings that belonged to the Sardinian population dating back to 1500 b.c. They represent the most important monuments of the pre-historical Sardinia and were built by the ancient technique called ""dry stone wall"" which is constructed without cement.The word 'nuraghe' means a mass of stones and it is considered the symbol of the Sardinian Nuragic population. This period has some of the most important Mediterranean protagonists from thousands of years ago with morning departures at 9am or afternoon departures at 3pm. This itinerary concludes with a tasting of the typical Sardinian snack called ""Sa Picchettada."" The 4-5 hour tour ends back in South Sardinia by dropping off participants at their accommoda"""Italy's island of Sardinia is rich with history
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Barumini Unesco Site and Giara of Gesturi Half-day Tour from Cagliari
"The guided excursion to Nuraghe of Barumini and the Giara’s mini horses starts from Cagliari usually in the morning and lasts for half a day.Nuraghe of Barumini.The guided tour of the archaeological site of Barumini will introduce you to the origins of the Sardinian culture. 'Su Nuraxi' the Nuraghe of Barumini is located just few steps from the village of Barumini and from the Park of Giara in the region of Marmilla. Declared a World Heritage Site in 1997 by UNESCO the Nuraghe of Barumini is definitely one of the most famous and most important archaeological sites of Sardinia.The importance of the archaeological 'Su Nuraxi'
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Calvi (Corsica) in one day

Calvi is not that big that it will be problematic to see it in one day. The "must see" is most probably the "citadelle" (fort) perched up the rock and that overlooks the city. Inside the citadelle...
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Jan 21, 2012

How to travel and top sights in Corsica

Hello Fran and PierreAs I am writing a little late, you might have already set your plans. Firstly, I am Corsican, I live on the island and I cannot recommend you enough to RENT A CAR or a motorbike...
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Oct 07, 2011

Chestnut trees

In Corsica, a whole region, located between Corte and the Eastern Coast is named Castagniccia, meaning the chestnut tree country; the area is covered of wild and cultivated chestnut woods and...
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kokoryko
Mar 27, 2011

Antonius

Elsewhere in this page, I wrote about St Antonius not Antonius of Padua, the great one; here he is! I was not really surprised to “meet” him here, and I liked a lot to see him, not in the classical...
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kokoryko
Mar 27, 2011

Nativity Church of Casamaccioli

I was not there when the Santa du Niolu is taken out for the yearly procession at Casamaccioli, on 8th of September, every year, for the local fair. I only met her in the church (picture 1), with...
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Mar 27, 2011

A nice cemetery

When you walk between the villages, you can pass by nice romantic cemeteries which look like they are abandoned since centuries.One kilometre east of Casamaccioli, near the sealed road I stepped...
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kokoryko
Mar 27, 2011
 
 
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The Mouflon is shy

The Cinto area belongs to the Parc National de Haute Corse, and as you are in a National Park, you can expect to see some wildlife; we were lucky, besides the birds, to spot a mouflon (equivalent to...
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kokoryko
Mar 27, 2011

Scenes of rural life!

There are lots of pigs in the Corsican mountains, there is cattle, there are also sheep and goats running freely on the rocks (picture 4) or the slopes of the mountains. Corsican cheeses are famous...
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kokoryko
Mar 27, 2011

More about pigs

The pigs of Corsica deserve (at least) a second tip, for many reasons, in my opinion!First, they look quite cute, almost wild (picture 1), and that makes them more than just future food. I must say, I...
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kokoryko
Mar 27, 2011

You will be amazed by the pigs

Corsican are very proud of their ham, sausages, coppa and other delicatessen, and besides the know how to elaborate them, the “raw material” of top quality is a fundamental ingredient which gives them...
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Mar 27, 2011

Sanctus Franciscus Niolensis monastery

No, this monastery is not an architectural marvel, but history has passed by, and it was here that the freedom fighters of June 1774 have been hung on chestnut trees! A plaque recalls this when you...
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kokoryko
Mar 27, 2011

Albertacce

Albertacce, a small village above the Calacuccia lake counts 250 inhabitants; there are a bit more things to see here than in Calacuccia, and, if not really picturesque, you can look at the churches...
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kokoryko
Mar 27, 2011

Villages: Calacuccia

At the end of winter, the villages are probably not at their best, in the touristy or picturesque way, and they may be more charming during warmer days (or in the middle of winter, under snow), but...
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kokoryko
Mar 25, 2011

Enjoy the streams!

Something wonderful for the nature loving hiker is to walk along roaring streams in the high valleys. In spring, when the snow is melting on the summits, they can be quite powerful. The higher Golo...
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kokoryko
Mar 25, 2011

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"The mountains of Corsica"
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"Corsica"
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"Beautiful Corsica"
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"Corsica, "The Mountain in the Sea""
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"Wild - romantic Corsica"
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