Sardinia is certainly one of the most beautiful and charming places in the world. Blue sea, wild coasts, white beaches, and spectacular landscapes. And, of course, its nightlife that characterizes wonderful places like Porto Cervo, Porto Rotondo, and Santa Teresa di Gallura, which made Sardinia so famous and exclusive. But this island can offer much more. It “has no history, no date”, as the famous writer David Herbert Lawrence said. It is a mysterious and pleasantly rough land, made of sandy dunes, silent fishing villages, primitive landscapes, and old disused mines. Its hinterland preserves the deepest and most authentic roots of Sardinia, as well the real treasures of this land full of charm and magic. One of them is Paulilatino, a small hamlet in the province of Oristano, inhabited by 2,500 people. It used to be one of the main centres of the region of Guilcer. [show more...]