Taste the typical dishes of Sardinia with a selection of local products.
Sardinian cuisine is simple and genuine, the daughter of a territory that offers infinite nuances in its thousand traits. From ancient times to the present day, skilful hands transform simple products into dishes with a strong taste that have the scent of the sea and the woods.
Although strongly identity-based, the cuisine of Sardinia has, over the centuries, absorbed countless influences that have settled into flavours that transcend its borders.
In fact, the famous Mediterranean diet finds one of its most emblematic expressions in Sardinian gastronomy. It is the so-called ‘diet of the centenarians’, a diet largely made up of products of agricultural origin, often at 0 km, in which cereals, legumes and vegetables play the leading role. This diet, combined with a slow but active lifestyle, seems to be one of the factors that most participate in what is considered a kind of ‘elixir’ of long life.