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In this website you can see many places, monuments, traditions of Sardinia. Perhaps you would also like to see all this in person one day. You could do it with us... and really not as a slogan. Here at Isola Sarda we will not offer you 1000 hotels or houses, but only 2. One is for who prefer a holiday at the beach and another is for who prefer to make a different trip every day. To know more about it follow these links: You holiday at the beach - The base for your excursions
Capoterra is one of the Sardinian town councils that, in the last 10 years, had one of the highest population increases in the island and a considerable transformation of town planning. Now it is identified by a set of inhabited settlements distributed in three different localities, about five kilometers apart. The first urban site, the oldest one, was developed from a seventeenth-century village and lies at the foot of the hills of Montarbu, Punta Sa Loriga and Mount Arrubiu. (continues)
The town of Mamoiada can be reached from Cagliari, Sassari, Oristano and Olbia via Highway 131 and then the 131 turnoff to Nuoro, the Province’s chief town. From there, just get onto the new Freeway 389 towards Lanusei and Tortolì and the small town of Mamoiada is about 15 km away. Mamoiada is a charming hillside town with a population of about 2,700, located at 650 meters above sea level. .. .. (continues)

Among the upland plains and hills in the fertile Marmilla plain, marked by the Rio Mannu (torrent) most impressive is the upland plain called Giara of Gesturi. It is the wider one of the area, with an extension of about 45 Km square, raising up from the surrounding plain in a sort of natural monolitic fortress for about 500 mt. height. It is constituted by basaltic rock with volcanic origins and covered by all the typical species of the Mediterranean flora .... (continues)..

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