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Serdiana, toponym of probable Proto-Sardinian origin

Serdiana, toponym of probable Proto-Sardinian origin. The village is about 20 km. from the capital of the island and is located near the pond “Su Stani Saliu” which has a rich bird life, including flamingos and knights of Italy. Surface: 55 km2 – Altitude: 171 m. – Population: about 2600 (2014) Around the village, low hills are covered by fragrant stretches of Mediterranean vegetation …

Donori, a town with a strong agricultural vocation.

Donori, a town with a strong agricultural vocation. The village is located in the region of Donori Parteolla, nestled between two streams along a slope of Mount Zurru. The presence of numerous water springs and the resulting soil fertility have facilitated anthropization since ancient times: we find in the area, in fact, several ruins of Nuragic and Roman ages, including some necropolis and the …

Monti and the Vermentino di Gallura DOCG

Monti and the Vermentino di Gallura DOCG. Located on the southern edge of Gallura, at the foot of the mountains of Limbara, Monti is surrounded by cork trees and vineyards that are the base of its economy, primarily Vermentino di Gallura DOCG. The Vermentino – old Sardinian “arratelau” – arrived in Gallura from Liguria in the fourteenth century, and in 1996 was recognized as …

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