Hidden in the valley of the River Antas, in the mountains of Sardinia’s southwest Sulcis Iglesiente, you’ll find the spectacular Temple of Antas.
“When you travel anywhere around the island of Sardinia, you’ll eventually come across the ruins of seemingly isolated circular or honeycomb shaped stone towers – these stone towers are called Nuraghe.”
“Sardinians obviously speak Italian – but not only. The main local language, inherent to the island of Sardinia, is Sardinian or Su Sardu.”
“Now, it’s no secret that a large part of what keeps the economy going in Sardinia is tourism. So, if you find yourself reading this, it’s probably because you’re thinking of travelling to Sardinia this summer.”