Sardinia, a unique experience

Sardara

Sardara is located in the province of Medio Campidano in the heart of the fertile Marmilla region. Some of the arched portals of the medieval houses situated around the 6th-century Romanesque San Gregorio Church are still visible today. The Beate Vergine Assunta Church, dating back to the 16th century, is worth a visit as well because of its sculpted arches and columns. Near this church you can also visit the remains of a nuragic well temple dating back to the 10th century B.C. The subterranean chamber has a dome-shaped ceiling. It was believed that the source had healing powers.
Other interesting sights in the area are the Roman baths and the Marmilla Castle near Las Plassas.
Sardara is renowned for the production of colourful woollen and coton tapestries and rugs.