Museo Etnografico Sardo or Museo del Costume is a fantastic place to visit with kids. Showcasing the lifestyle of the Sardinian people, this repository has an impressive collection of 8000 objects. It gives a glimpse of the tradition, culture and daily life of this island. There is a whole section for various kinds of breads baked in this region! From musical instruments to weapons, tools to costumes, textile to masks and more, this comprehensive repository will surely enthral.
Take a break from your regular city life and spend a peaceful day at Gennargentu National Park. Located at the Sardinia, this national park is known for its scenic beauty. Due to its biodiversity, Gennargentu National Park is a popular tourist spot. This park is popular for housing wild and exotic animals like the sardinian wildcat, weasels, Sardinian fox and many others. In addition to the wild animals, this park houses different species of birds and is popular site for spotting the golden eagle, great spotted woodpecker, Griffon vulture, Bonelli’s eagle and many more.
Centrally located in the town of Nuoro, you will find the gorgeous building of the Museo d'Arte Provincia di Nuoro; and inside, there are some rare art pieces awaiting to be discovered. The building itself is a treasure: it is housed in a palace that dates back to the 19th Century, and has been kept in good condition with much care and dedication. Spread over three floors, the museum is home to some of the most rare paintings and sculptures, by some of the most brilliant artists ever to grace humanity with their presence. The permanent collection here is worth seeing, and a must-see if you are an art buff. The museum also hosts temporary exhibitions every now and then, showcasing the works of artists that are both well-known and yet-to-be-known.
Touted to be one of the most periodically ancient lands in the continent, Sardinia boasts of an unmatched Mediterranean charm. With history that dates as far as the Phoenicians and Nuragic civilization, its rich past is reflected in its well-preserved and diverse architecture. Visitors get to admire everything from Romanesque and Renaissance architecture to its delicious cuisine filled with Mediterranean flavors.
Fonni is a town in the Italian province of Nuoro in the ancient region of Barbagia Ollolai, which is a very important cultural center. Perched on the northern slopes of Gennargentu, 1000 meters (3280 feet) above sea level, it's the highest village in Sardinia.