An immersive journey in the Sardinian south west, in contact with the locals, their stories and flavors of the oldest land in Italy.
A day to discover a land 500 million years old.
Explore spectacular views of the UNESCO World Heritage area, one of the most highly concentrated areas of mining history in Italy: sea and mines, ancient rocks and cliffs, interrupted by ruins of abandoned mining buildings that are reflected in the blue and wild sea. The beauty of the place in contrast with the harshness of the mining history made of effort and sacrifices.
The visit to Porto Flavia underlines this contrast. Porto Flavia is a unique mining engineering masterpiece in the world, in a spectacular location.Step back in time to discover the history of lead mining.
The experience will end with a visit to the vineyard and to the Aru Winery, to discover not only the flavors of the wines and foods but, visiting the rural museum, also the aspects of rural culture that have always played an important role here.
Sea, mines, locals, genuine flavors and peasant culture: these are the ingredients that make Sardinian South West unique.
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