Cardulinu Beach, Chia, Sardinia

Cardulinu Beach, Chia, Sardinia

Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy | 45 Reasons why Italy is One of the most Visited Countries in the World

45 Reasons Why You Must Visit Italy

Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy | 45 Reasons why Italy is One of the most Visited Countries in the World

Baia Chia, Sardinia, Italy one summer :)

Baia Chia, Sardinia, Italy one summer :)

Turquoise Sea in Sardinia, Italy

Turquoise Sea in Sardinia, Italy

Cala Goloritzè is one of Italy’s most enduringly famous beaches, located at the base of a ravine on Sardinia’s idyllic northeastern coast

Cala Goloritzè is one of Italy’s most enduringly famous beaches, located at the base of a ravine on Sardinia’s idyllic northeastern coast

La Pelosa Beach, Stintino, Sardinia - Italy. Stintino is located on the peninsula of the same name, running from Nurra plain to the Asinara Island, part of the Asinara National Park, for which Stintino is the nearer embarkment place. It is a popular seaside resort and is provided with three tourist ports.

La Pelosa Beach, Stintino, Sardinia - Italy. Stintino is located on the peninsula of the same name, running from Nurra plain to the Asinara Island, part of the Asinara National Park, for which Stintino is the nearer embarkment place. It is a popular seaside resort and is provided with three tourist ports.

Bosa, Sardinia, Italy, province of Oristano

Bosa, Sardinia, Italy, province of Oristano

Fascinating Cagliari - http://www.travelandtransitions.com/european-travel/

Fascinating Cagliari - http://www.travelandtransitions.com/european-travel/

Cala Regina Quartu Sant'Elena #Sardinia #Sardegna

Cala Regina Quartu Sant'Elena #Sardinia #Sardegna

Il Bisso: in Sardegna la seta che viene dal mare. Il bisso è il filamento che tiene ancorata al fondo del mare una bellissima conchiglia, la nacchera. L'unico maestro di bisso d’Europa vive in Sardegna, si chiama Chiara Vigo ed ha ricevuto in dono dalla nonna l'arte di trasformare questo prezioso filo insieme ad un giuramento sacro.

Il Bisso: in Sardegna la seta che viene dal mare. Il bisso è il filamento che tiene ancorata al fondo del mare una bellissima conchiglia, la nacchera. L'unico maestro di bisso d’Europa vive in Sardegna, si chiama Chiara Vigo ed ha ricevuto in dono dalla nonna l'arte di trasformare questo prezioso filo insieme ad un giuramento sacro.

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