Roman Road to Chia: a breathtaking trekking in Southern Sardinia. How can you miss the opportunity to make a leap into history? The Roman Road to Chia, connected Nora with the ancient lost city of Bithia. Two hours of easy walking with an amazing sea view!
Wild Horses in Sardinia have a perfect place for living, its name is “Giara di Gesturi” natural park. We went to the Giara di Gesturi’s plateau: spring has already exploded in all its essences, colors and fluctuating forms. What an extraordinary paradise is to see wild horses in the Giara[…]
Rent bike in Cagliari: read our recommendations about how to enjoy the Sardinian capital …on two wheels! It is certainly an excellent solution to discover the city by rent bike in Cagliari, riding on two wheels and pedaling through the historic districts or along the Harbour, or even thinking about[…]
Birdwatching in Cagliari In all the wetlands and marshlands areas of Cagliari, birdwatching is a popular activity for all the people! So, let’s follow us in this post!
Trekking in Cagliari Best Trekking in Cagliari: Sella del Diavolo. Visible from anywhere in the city, Sella del Diavolo becomes a real point of view in the capital of the Sardinia island. One of the best trekking in Cagliari city, indeed! The path that leads to the top of the[…]
It’s time of The Feast of Sant Efisio Come to enjoy the Feast of Sant Efisio: the feast of whole Sardinia! We’re preparing to celebrate the next edition (since more than 350 years) of the Feast of Sant Efisio Martyr. The Roman soldier who was beheaded in Nora because he[…]
CA’ DEL SOL 10th ANNIVERSARY It was May 29th 2008 when the City of Cagliari government issued the authorization No.3777 allowing us to, finally, open the doors of Ca ‘del Sol bed and breakfast to travelers who love this paradisiac island which is called Sardinia! The Mediterranean Sun really came[…]
Rent Car in Cagliari. Some tips about rent car in Cagliari. Guests often ask us for advice on a reliable Rent Car in Cagliari. We have a walk in the surrounding area and we choose some for you, hoping you enjoy it. They have interesting rates and sometimes cheaper than big web companies…[…]
Beaches of South Sardinia Best tips about beaches of south Sardinia. We went to the best beaches of South Sardinia, just to see the colors of summer in this magnificent part of the island enjoying the sun and the sea of Sardinia at a time, in June, relatively not too[…]
Sardinia typical sweet. Seada original Sardinia sweet! The new Ca del Sol blog post shows you a typical Sardinia sweet “Seadas“. The Easter week is the perfect time for Seadas as it’s a traditional dessert of two important festivities Easter and, of course, Christmas. Here’s the dessert recipe with[…]
Chiara Vigo Chiara Vigo lives in Sardinia It was a windy winter afternoon with Minstral at force 8! Perfect Day to watch the storm on the island where live Chiara Vigo. Next to the Archaeological Museum of Sant’Antioco the city council gave a room to this “Maestra” for having her[…]
Pantaleo Forest. The Sulcis mountains are covered with a blanket of dense vegetation dominated by deciduos holm-oak thickets. Pantaleo Forest corresponds to the most extensive stretch of holm-oak in Europe and the Mediterranean. The territory exhibits many rare species like yew, holly and some endemic trees such as Mount Etna broom. The habitat hosts[…]
Cagliari means Sun! Cagliari Sun …ny city of Italy! We’ve realized that Cagliari = Sun is not just “a speech in the city”, but a real science-fact. Reading the book “L’Elefante sulla Torre” (The Elephant on the Tower) by Francesco Alziator on the generality of the Italian cities,[…]
Su Nenniri, Sardinia Tradition. Sardinia Tradition, one of the oldest ritual. Here we speak about Sardinia tradition as it has still many, as you probably know, and Su Nenneri is perhaps the most linked to the rebirth after death cult and it has a perfect evocation during Easter week. So we went[…]