Posts Tagged ‘sardegna’

We protect our natural heritage

Start the #sorsotourism campaign aimed at protecting the territorial naturalistic heritage.
Our land in recent years has suffered a continuous depredation, which caused the drastic reduction of shells and sand, and it is precisely for this reason that every citizen must feel responsible for its protection and protection.
If counter-measures are not implemented immediately, our assets will change drastically.
We are also mobilizing to be able to reach the beaches with the same message, we will need all your help.
Protect and preserve our territory with us !!

The typical sweets

The traditional Sardinian sweets are not serving either the spoon, but from the tray. An integral part of meals, can not miss the conclusion of lunches and dinners in the name of tradition , and there is no self-respecting restaurant that does not serve them on the table after a meal accompanied by a local liqueur. There is a huge variety of treats , each island territory has its characteristic , and in any area they are assigned different names. To achieve these cakes are needed for certain products that can be “new” , but thinking about it just because these may appear ousted in time not so remote from refrigerators and pantries .
Saba , cottage cheese , almonds and honey , just a few ingredients and already there is riapropria of fragrances , flavors and scents of the magical island .

The City of Sip in 2011 certified ” cozzuli ” and them ” Birighitti ” with the DE.CO.

Roman Villa of Santa Filitica

The ‘beginning of the archaeological investigations dating back to 1980. From 1982 to 1989 have followed short excavations annually. The complex consists of Roman Empire and spa, whose rooms are all richly decorated with polychrome mosaics are exhibited at the Archaeological Exhibition in permanent Baronial Palace of Sip Biddas now a museum. The archaeological area of ​​Santa Filitica after a short period of decay, due to the absence of its inhabitants, was affected by a new settlement formed by dry brick houses, built around the Roman villa, used as a place of burial . The search resumed in 1997 …