STORIES AND LEGENDS
Tales and beauties of Sardinia
The Sardinian Su Coccu , also known by the names of Sa Sabègia or Su Pinnadellu depending on the areas of Sardinia in which it is produced, is an ancient amulet chases the evil eye composed of a hard stone set between two silver cups, which have the task of catalyzing evil ...
The Sardinian tradition has accustomed us to unique masterpieces, which involve both the textile and the artisan sector. In fact, it is not difficult to admire fabulous dresses, popular ...
Did you know that there is a relationship between the mythical submerged city of Atlantis and Sardinia?
And again, can you imagine that in Sardinia we have stone giants? And not only ... Even fairies, but perhaps you already know this!
Do you want to discover our secrets and our legends?
Sometimes, it is easier to truly know a culture and a people, simply by analyzing the meaning of a certain dialect expression. This is also the case with the Sardinian language and the proverb "No fait a tenni s'ou, sa pudda e s'arriali".
Curious isn't it?
Sardinian pendants are highly appreciated jewels for their beauty and uniqueness. Among the various models of Sardinian pendants, the Sardinian button is one of the best known and most appreciated. These pendants are made with the Sardinian filigree technique, an ancient art that consists of weaving thin gold and/or silver threads...