Sardinia, a unique experience


Guspini is a town of about 13.000 inhabitants in the province of Medio Campidano. The city has a medieval structure. Nowadays its economy is based on agriculture and farming after the closing of the mines in 1980. The area bears many traces of the Phoenician, Punic and Roman Ages. “Sa Mitza de Nieddinu” on the west side of the city is a sacred place of worship which dates back to the final period of the Bronze Age (1200-900 B.C.), which has been kept intact almost completely.
One of the most important religious happenings in Guspini is the festival of Santa Maria Assunta a Ferragosto on the 15th of August.