What to visit in Gallura

Sardinia has always been known for the crystal clear sea and white sand, but not many know that the culture and traditions of Sardinia are closely related to the territory, farming and agriculture to crafts. In fact, for those who like to treat yourself to an active holiday of walks, boat trips and excursions in Sardinia, our region is full of opportunities to visit monuments, know the area that you visit and taste typical dishes and products.

Museums

There are numerous museums in Gallura that you can visit during your Sardinia, between history and traditions of the place; For example, we recommend the Museum Galluras located in Luras, known because it preserves the last hammer Femina agabbadora, MEOC the Ethnographic Museum of Aggius but similar to that of Luras but with a big part dedicated to the art of carpet weaving of which aggius still has a long tradition.

Archeology

The island of Sardinia and especially the Gallura, is rich in archaeological monuments nuraghic era such as Nuraghi, Tombs of the Giants and holy wells. There are also ancient castles of medieval times.

Near Lake Liscia and Valkarana country Relais are the Nuraghe Maiori, and the Tomb of the Giants of Pascaredda. Very interesting and rich in several of these monuments is the archaeological area near Arzachena.

The Nature of Gallura

The Gallura is a beautiful area loved by Italian and foreign tourists for its variety of territory: from the sea to the country that offers the possibility of walking in the spring or autumn, among Mediterranean vegetation, dotted with traditional scents and intense colors, where you can see even the famous old olive trees.

Always the sea of ??Sardinia, namely the Gallura, is one of the most beautiful in Italy. Many know the famous area of ??Costa Smeralda, but also the entire southern coast between Olbia and Golfo Aranci to Santa Teresa di Gallura offers many beaches all different and more beautiful than the other.