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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
By the end of summer and the beginning of Autumn the fishermen go by sea to fish mullets. They fish only the females, the bigger ones, to open their stomach and pull out the egg bags: this is how you start preparing "bottarga". The egg bags, once salted, are hung up to the air for a long dry out, one they are mature they become a dark orange colour and one of the most delicious specialities of the island. The most productive areas are : the Gulf of Cagliari, Sarrabus, Ogliastra and the area around Oristano.(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)

Pula and the Southern Coast are found in the South West region of Sardinia, more precisely in the Sulcis area which extends from Punta Zavorra, the Western limit of the Golfo degli Angeli, to Cape Teulada.. Who travels the State highway Sulcitana (SS 195), towards Teulada, will no doubt be fascinated by the rapid and continuous changing of the countryside, of the geological formations and the vegetation. ... (continues)

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The Internet was still in its pioneering stages in the late twentieth century and there weren't many users.
The sites available were mostly experimental and as such, they often disappeared quickly.
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