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The Genoese Doria family founded the city of Alghero in the XIII century. In the second half of 1350 the city was subjected to the Aragonese domination. Alghero was fortified around 1500 with various towers built in different points of the city and the coast. In...

I will ever go on saying that Sardinia is a unique and wonderful land. There is the illness of Africa, and there is the illness of Sardinia.  Anyone who has had the luck of knowing this land carries it forever in his heart. The desire to...

Sardinia is a region full of wonders, a treasure chest that contains natural and historical jewels, perfect for those who love nature holidays! Today I will accompany you to discover the flora and fauna of Alghero!  The characteristic element of Sardinian vegetation is the fragrant Mediterranean scrub....

sTrue it will be a strange, particular, unique summer! In short we could use many adjectives to emphasize that the holidays in Sardinia 2020 will be different, but still holidays! Everyone is working hard to ensure that it is possible for the greatest number of people to...

A recent research carried out on a sample of Italians who have been asked where they would like to go on vacations this summer has shown that most of them, after the COVID-19 emergency, want to go to the sea. Which is the most voted region?...

Alghero is a town located in the north west of Sardinia. It has undergone the influence of the Catalan domination , from which it inherited the language, customs and traditions. Barceloneta, as it is also called, is a special place you will certainly fall in love...

The Nuragic complex of Palmavera is one of the most important nuragic sites, its birth and development are shrouded in mystery. This site dates back to around 4000 years ago and was discovered in 1905. The Palmavera nuraghe fare located on a promontory in Alghero, within...

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