Salt pile
Salt, the Mediterrenean white gold
November 9th, 2020 by

Nutritionists, cardiologists, and mothers all over the world are fighting a relentless battle against salt, considered, rightly or wrongly, one of the main enemies of our health. But, before continuing your war, stop for a moment to think how sad life would be without the delicious Pata Negra or San Daniele hams, Kalamata olives from […]

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Peka Croatia food
The dalmatian Peka
August 7th, 2020 by

Peka is trivially a large metal lid, which covers a pan of meat (or fish) and vegetables in, which cooks inside a fireplace. What may seem like a rudimentary type of oven is one of the tastiest and most succulent cooking we have ever tasted. We are in Croatia, in the presence of true masters […]

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Solera y Criadera
The Solera method, allegory of a perfect community
March 23rd, 2020 by

Wandering for producers of Brandy, Marsala, Rum, but above all Madeira and Sherry, you will undoubtedly have come across barrels stacked like a pyramid. This very scenic arrangement of barrels is not a picturesque choice, but reveals one of the most fascinating and illuminating methods of aging wines. This winemaking technique allows for preserving the […]

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Olive Oil Tree
The olive tree, the symbolic plant of the Mediterranean
March 23rd, 2020 by

The olive trees in the Mediterranean. The main cultivars for the production of extra virgin olive oil, and table olives […]

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Richard and Barbara Sardinia Blue Zone
Sardinia Blue Zone Tour
October 23rd, 2018 by

Welcome back Richard and Barbara! Two years ago we’ve had a guest couple from NYC, that time we created a custom tour exploring west Sardinia. Well, long story short, that tour went so well they said: “That tour was the best holiday of our life, so we want to come back with you”. That is […]

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Favignana in Sicily
Mediterras, private travel in the Mediterranean
June 16th, 2016 by

Dear friends, we are happy to share with you a project we’ve had on our heart since long time. More and more guests tell us that on our tours they’ve found emotions and fun, discovery and passion, and maybe they never had such a perfect experience. So we decided to give this passion the right […]

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Sardinian food
Sardinia, food and landscape
March 29th, 2016 by

We are ready, next Saturday we’ll challenge the Supramonte range, and we’ll need lots of energy. Food, an essential part of the landscape. We’ve always said that: to us, bike isn’t just a sport challenge, but it’s also discover of an area. And food production shapes continuously the landscape, you’ll notice it while crossing the […]

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Red Wine
Sardinian wines for dummies – Part 2, Red wines.
January 7th, 2016 by

Growing quality Up to few decades ago, sardinian wines were use to blend softer nothern italian ones. Then some local producer start improving vinification techniques, creating very elegant wines. 2015 has been a great year for our winemakers, able to receive many important prices. As for the withes, I’ll tell about the better known wines, […]

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Wine barrel
Sardinian wines for dummies – Part 1, White Wines
December 28th, 2015 by

This short journey want to tell about the most known sardinian wines and grapes, some you may don’t know that well and some you’d like to discover. To each wine I suggest an easy to find bottle with a good value for money. I’m not a sommelier, neither a super expert, I just love wine […]

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San Martino water
San Martino water, a natural sport nutrition supplement
April 13th, 2015 by

Sardinian geological complexity and karst phenomenon created a land rich in natural springs and aquifers. Most of Sardinian waters have a low mineral content, while some have lots of minerals, like San Martino water, flowing from Coros plateau in northern Sardinia. Due to its richness in mineral content, this water is an extraordinary and natural […]

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