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The hinterland

A territory to discover

There are magical areas in Sardinia, which seem deserted and isolated, and where there are landscapes of great beauty, unspoiled nature and towns rich in culture and traditions.

An exciting journey that reaches the northeast of the island

Gallura is a sub-region of the historical and geographical Sardinia.
The Gallura region extends itself on the north-east of the island and includes the most important and touristic locations such as San Teodoro, the Costa Smeralda,Santa Teresa Di Gallura and Badesi. Even the Maddalena Archipelago with its beautiful islands, is an integral part of Gallura region. But the Gallura is not only interesting for its beautiful beaches. The hinterland, in fact, is rich in vegetation and breathtaking landscapes and embellished by numerous villages like San Pantaleo or Sant'Antonio di Gallura immersed in unique landscapes. There are also numerous monuments, such as the tombs of the Giants in Arzachena, the Nuraghe Agnu in Calangianus and the millennial Olivastri in Luras.


The fascinating territory of Barbagia, in the heart of Sardinia.

This sub-region of Sardinia offers many unspoiled landscapes, a strict and centuries-old tradition characterized by culture, gastronomy and handicrafts that convert each visitor in a v.i.p. guest. The major city of the Barbagia is Nuoro, that is also the birthplace of Grazia Deledda, Nobel Prize winner for Literature in 1926.