What to do in Bari Sardo:

sport, environment, events, territory

Your active holiday in Sardinia.
New ways of sustainable and responsible tourism.

Sardinia is all beautiful, you know, but it is not all the same.
More and more, those who choose a holiday are looking for an experience to be lived in an active and profound way, allowing them to dedicate themselves to physical well-being in a unique natural setting.
In Bari Sardo, sport and nature are the ideal combination for detoxifying from technology and reconnecting with oneself away from the hustle and bustle.
Holidays are relaxation of course, but they are also enrichment and an encounter with a place in which to exchange experiences, above all, seeking a closer and more intense relationship with the territory and the local population.
From cycling to water sports, from traditional and colourful village festivals to summer events, here is a round-up of activities that make Bari Sardo the active holiday you are looking for in Sardinia.

Sport

Dove dormire
Dove mangiare

Those who know Ogliastra in the off-season know how usual it is to encounter long caravans of motorcyclists intent on grinding kilometres and asphalt far and wide.
Its roads have become famous throughout Europe because they branch off into a thousand adrenaline-pumping routes. Paths immersed in greenery climb up hills facing the sea, and behind every bend, unexpected valleys open up, taking your breath away.
The dual centrality of Bari Sardo cuts the Orientale Sarda and Ogliastra province in two, positioning itself as a crucial junction for bikers who can thus enjoy a variety of landscapes concentrated in a few dozen kilometres.

For the same reason, cyclists of all levels also find plenty to do here. After a healthy ride, however, the sea has an even stronger appeal, and a refreshing swim is a must.
The Bari Sardo coastline is truly a paradise in every respect for sports enthusiasts seeking an active holiday in the midst of nature. From the basaltic and jagged seabed perfect for diving and snorkelling, to the hidden coves that can be reached by kayak or after a trek.

You’ll find spacious beaches where you can play lively beach volleyball or beach soccer tournaments or trails perfect for jogging. Beaches with a high seabed excellent for windsurfing or wing foil or more sheltered ones in which to glide serenely with a stand-up paddle.
Those who do not disdain other sports such as tennis, football or martial arts can find additional specialised facilities in Bari Sardo that allow them to practise these activities practically all year round.

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What to do in Bari Sardo: sport, environment, events, territory

Your active holiday in Sardinia.
New ways of sustainable and responsible tourism.

Sardinia is all beautiful, you know, but it is not all the same.
More and more, those who choose a holiday are looking for an experience to be lived in an active and profound way, allowing them to dedicate themselves to physical well-being in a unique natural setting.
In Bari Sardo, sport and nature are the ideal combination for detoxifying from technology and reconnecting with oneself away from the hustle and bustle.
Holidays are relaxation of course, but they are also enrichment and an encounter with a place in which to exchange experiences, above all, seeking a closer and more intense relationship with the territory and the local population.
From cycling to water sports, from traditional and colourful village festivals to summer events, here is a round-up of activities that make Bari Sardo the active holiday you are looking for in Sardinia.

Sport

Dove dormire
Dove mangiare

Those who know Ogliastra in the off-season know how usual it is to encounter long caravans of motorcyclists intent on grinding kilometres and asphalt far and wide.
Its roads have become famous throughout Europe because they branch off into a thousand adrenaline-pumping routes. Paths immersed in greenery climb up hills facing the sea, and behind every bend, unexpected valleys open up, taking your breath away.
The dual centrality of Bari Sardo cuts the Orientale Sarda and Ogliastra province in two, positioning itself as a crucial junction for bikers who can thus enjoy a variety of landscapes concentrated in a few dozen kilometres.

For the same reason, cyclists of all levels also find plenty to do here. After a healthy ride, however, the sea has an even stronger appeal, and a refreshing swim is a must.
The Bari Sardo coastline is truly a paradise in every respect for sports enthusiasts seeking an active holiday in the midst of nature. From the basaltic and jagged seabed perfect for diving and snorkelling, to the hidden coves that can be reached by kayak or after a trek.

You’ll find spacious beaches where you can play lively beach volleyball or beach soccer tournaments or trails perfect for jogging. Beaches with a high seabed excellent for windsurfing or wing foil or more sheltered ones in which to glide serenely with a stand-up paddle.
Those who do not disdain other sports such as tennis, football or martial arts can find additional specialised facilities in Bari Sardo that allow them to practise these activities practically all year round.

Discover the experiences

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What to do in Bari Sardo: sport, environment, events, territory

Sport
Sagre
Feste paesane
La sera

Your active holiday in Sardinia.
New ways of sustainable and responsible tourism.

Sardinia is all beautiful, you know, but it is not all the same.
More and more, those who choose a holiday are looking for an experience to be lived in an active and profound way, allowing them to dedicate themselves to physical well-being in a unique natural setting.
In Bari Sardo, sport and nature are the ideal combination for detoxifying from technology and reconnecting with oneself away from the hustle and bustle.
Holidays are relaxation of course, but they are also enrichment and an encounter with a place in which to exchange experiences, above all, seeking a closer and more intense relationship with the territory and the local population.
From cycling to water sports, from traditional and colourful village festivals to summer events, here is a round-up of activities that make Bari Sardo the active holiday you are looking for in Sardinia.

Sport

Dove dormire
Dove mangiare

Those who know Ogliastra in the off-season know how usual it is to encounter long caravans of motorcyclists intent on grinding kilometres and asphalt far and wide.
Its roads have become famous throughout Europe because they branch off into a thousand adrenaline-pumping routes. Paths immersed in greenery climb up hills facing the sea, and behind every bend, unexpected valleys open up, taking your breath away.
The dual centrality of Bari Sardo cuts the Orientale Sarda and Ogliastra province in two, positioning itself as a crucial junction for bikers who can thus enjoy a variety of landscapes concentrated in a few dozen kilometres.

For the same reason, cyclists of all levels also find plenty to do here. After a healthy ride, however, the sea has an even stronger appeal, and a refreshing swim is a must.
The Bari Sardo coastline is truly a paradise in every respect for sports enthusiasts seeking an active holiday in the midst of nature. From the basaltic and jagged seabed perfect for diving and snorkelling, to the hidden coves that can be reached by kayak or after a trek.

You’ll find spacious beaches where you can play lively beach volleyball or beach soccer tournaments or trails perfect for jogging. Beaches with a high seabed excellent for windsurfing or wing foil or more sheltered ones in which to glide serenely with a stand-up paddle.
Those who do not disdain other sports such as tennis, football or martial arts can find additional specialised facilities in Bari Sardo that allow them to practise these activities practically all year round.

Discover the experiences

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Village festivals

Dove dormire
Dove mangiare

Abandoning oneself to the instinct of discovery means plunging deep into the depths of an area to get to know its secrets. Suddenly elements that seem unknown resonate in the heart and mind, and it is like finding home again, even if on the other side of the world.
Travelling, in fact, is like a mosaic to be reassembled, made up of symbols that come from afar and speak to us of a past that resonates in songs, masks, fires and the frenzy of festivities.
The great Fuoco di Sant’Antonio, which is consumed on the night of 16 January, warms the cheeks of those who have been in its presence for centuries like wine. Auspicious for good luck and exorcism of evils, it has its roots in cults without memory.

Similarly, the Bari Sardo Carnival keeps alive, thanks to the town’s associations, a tradition that has been lost over the centuries: the grotesque ingenuity and excessive taste of its allegorical floats attract thousands of masks and visitors to the town, enlivening a noisy and colourful parade that is not to be missed.
San Giovanni, a much-loved feast day, is celebrated on 10 and 11 July with the suggestive Sagra di Su Nenneri. Like the previous two, the origin of this feast is to be found in archaic pagan rituals.

A series of terracotta pots are filled with wheat sprouts and cleverly decorated with beautiful woven reed crosses and decorated bread. The women’s procession is opened by horsemen and surrounded by the sound of launeddas.
Once on the beach, the pots are entrusted to the sea in a wish for better years. It is traditional to end the festival with an impressive fireworks display that illuminates the tower in a picturesque setting.

Village Festivals

Dove dormire
Dove mangiare

Abandoning oneself to the instinct of discovery means plunging deep into the depths of an area to get to know its secrets. Suddenly elements that seem unknown resonate in the heart and mind, and it is like finding home again, even if on the other side of the world.
Travelling, in fact, is like a mosaic to be reassembled, made up of symbols that come from afar and speak to us of a past that resonates in songs, masks, fires and the frenzy of festivities.
The great Fuoco di Sant’Antonio, which is consumed on the night of 16 January, warms the cheeks of those who have been in its presence for centuries like wine. Auspicious for good luck and exorcism of evils, it has its roots in cults without memory.

Similarly, the Bari Sardo Carnival keeps alive, thanks to the town’s associations, a tradition that has been lost over the centuries: the grotesque ingenuity and excessive taste of its allegorical floats attract thousands of masks and visitors to the town, enlivening a noisy and colourful parade that is not to be missed.
San Giovanni, a much-loved feast day, is celebrated on 10 and 11 July with the suggestive Sagra di Su Nenneri. Like the previous two, the origin of this feast is to be found in archaic pagan rituals.

A series of terracotta pots are filled with wheat sprouts and cleverly decorated with beautiful woven reed crosses and decorated bread. The women’s procession is opened by horsemen and surrounded by the sound of launeddas.
Once on the beach, the pots are entrusted to the sea in a wish for better years. It is traditional to end the festival with an impressive fireworks display that illuminates the tower in a picturesque setting.

Village Festivals

Dove dormire
Dove mangiare

Abandoning oneself to the instinct of discovery means plunging deep into the depths of an area to get to know its secrets. Suddenly elements that seem unknown resonate in the heart and mind, and it is like finding home again, even if on the other side of the world.
Travelling, in fact, is like a mosaic to be reassembled, made up of symbols that come from afar and speak to us of a past that resonates in songs, masks, fires and the frenzy of festivities.
The great Fuoco di Sant’Antonio, which is consumed on the night of 16 January, warms the cheeks of those who have been in its presence for centuries like wine. Auspicious for good luck and exorcism of evils, it has its roots in cults without memory.

Similarly, the Bari Sardo Carnival keeps alive, thanks to the town’s associations, a tradition that has been lost over the centuries: the grotesque ingenuity and excessive taste of its allegorical floats attract thousands of masks and visitors to the town, enlivening a noisy and colourful parade that is not to be missed.
San Giovanni, a much-loved feast day, is celebrated on 10 and 11 July with the suggestive Sagra di Su Nenneri. Like the previous two, the origin of this feast is to be found in archaic pagan rituals.

A series of terracotta pots are filled with wheat sprouts and cleverly decorated with beautiful woven reed crosses and decorated bread. The women’s procession is opened by horsemen and surrounded by the sound of launeddas.
Once on the beach, the pots are entrusted to the sea in a wish for better years. It is traditional to end the festival with an impressive fireworks display that illuminates the tower in a picturesque setting.

Food and wine & festivals

Dove dormire
Dove mangiare

Simple, familiar gestures are what make a holiday indelible. The welcoming glances and faces drawn by time. It is the unique tastes that hard-working hands give by ennobling simple but precious elements like water and flour.
Rediscovering ancient knowledge and ancestral manufacturing techniques is only possible where time flows slowly, in a dimension that preserves them far from the mundane.
This wisdom of ancient flavours and fragrances is showcased at countless food and wine events throughout the year.

At these events, it is possible to savour products that speak of a culinary tradition that has so much to tell.
Primavera nel cuore della Sardegna (Spring in the Heart of Sardinia), an appointment held in June, is a now customary occasion in which the joviality of the Cortes and the simple, decisive flavours of a zero-kilometre gastronomy make one appreciate the profound sense of this territory.

It precedes the Sagra della Pecora (Sheep Festival), a celebration of excellence, the offspring of the local pastoral tradition, which attracts thousands of people each year amidst wine tasting and traditional dancing. It is held in August, like the famous Sagra dei Culurgiones (Culurgiones Festival), which instead sets up the seafront with large tables to exalt one of the area’s most famous dishes, the pride of Ogliastra cuisine.

Food and Wine & Festivals

Dove dormire
Dove mangiare

Simple, familiar gestures are what make a holiday indelible. The welcoming glances and faces drawn by time. It is the unique tastes that hard-working hands give by ennobling simple but precious elements like water and flour.
Rediscovering ancient knowledge and ancestral manufacturing techniques is only possible where time flows slowly, in a dimension that preserves them far from the mundane.
This wisdom of ancient flavours and fragrances is showcased at countless food and wine events throughout the year.

At these events, it is possible to savour products that speak of a culinary tradition that has so much to tell.
Primavera nel cuore della Sardegna (Spring in the Heart of Sardinia), an appointment held in June, is a now customary occasion in which the joviality of the Cortes and the simple, decisive flavours of a zero-kilometre gastronomy make one appreciate the profound sense of this territory.

It precedes the Sagra della Pecora (Sheep Festival), a celebration of excellence, the offspring of the local pastoral tradition, which attracts thousands of people each year amidst wine tasting and traditional dancing. It is held in August, like the famous Sagra dei Culurgiones (Culurgiones Festival), which instead sets up the seafront with large tables to exalt one of the area’s most famous dishes, the pride of Ogliastra cuisine.

Food and Wine & Festivals

Dove dormire
Dove mangiare

Simple, familiar gestures are what make a holiday indelible. The welcoming glances and faces drawn by time. It is the unique tastes that hard-working hands give by ennobling simple but precious elements like water and flour.
Rediscovering ancient knowledge and ancestral manufacturing techniques is only possible where time flows slowly, in a dimension that preserves them far from the mundane.
This wisdom of ancient flavours and fragrances is showcased at countless food and wine events throughout the year.

At these events, it is possible to savour products that speak of a culinary tradition that has so much to tell.
Primavera nel cuore della Sardegna (Spring in the Heart of Sardinia), an appointment held in June, is a now customary occasion in which the joviality of the Cortes and the simple, decisive flavours of a zero-kilometre gastronomy make one appreciate the profound sense of this territory.

It precedes the Sagra della Pecora (Sheep Festival), a celebration of excellence, the offspring of the local pastoral tradition, which attracts thousands of people each year amidst wine tasting and traditional dancing. It is held in August, like the famous Sagra dei Culurgiones (Culurgiones Festival), which instead sets up the seafront with large tables to exalt one of the area’s most famous dishes, the pride of Ogliastra cuisine.

What to do in the evening

Dove dormire
Dove mangiare

Those who have been to Bari Sardo know what it means to enjoy the sunset at one of the various chiringuitos that line the shoreline. After a hot day at the beach, there is nothing better than a cold beer or a glass of good Cannonau to enjoy the slow retreat of the sun.
Ever-changing pastel colours stop time, as if you were in a painting, and your mind relaxes. It is, therefore, not uncommon to stay late and stop for dinner at one of the many waterfronts or village venues and enjoy our rich culinary offerings in front of the sea or in the historic centre.

To digest, there is nothing better than a nice walk through the streets of the village in search of the many works of street art or, why not, a night walk on the beach in search of shooting stars. In fact, Ogliastra is one of the regions with the least light pollution in Europe. Looking up at the sky means looking at the Milky Way as you have never seen it before.

Estate Bariese is the setting for numerous events and has been enriched by the Blue Flag celebrations for years. Music festivals with national and international artists, theatre, cultural and religious events, firework shows and tastings along the seafront alternate between the town squares and breathtaking locations such as the Torre beach or the Sellersu nuraghe.

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What to do in the evening

Dove dormire
Dove mangiare

Those who have been to Bari Sardo know what it means to enjoy the sunset at one of the various chiringuitos that line the shoreline. After a hot day at the beach, there is nothing better than a cold beer or a glass of good Cannonau to enjoy the slow retreat of the sun.
Ever-changing pastel colours stop time, as if you were in a painting, and your mind relaxes. It is, therefore, not uncommon to stay late and stop for dinner at one of the many waterfronts or village venues and enjoy our rich culinary offerings in front of the sea or in the historic centre.

To digest, there is nothing better than a nice walk through the streets of the village in search of the many works of street art or, why not, a night walk on the beach in search of shooting stars. In fact, Ogliastra is one of the regions with the least light pollution in Europe. Looking up at the sky means looking at the Milky Way as you have never seen it before.

Estate Bariese is the setting for numerous events and has been enriched by the Blue Flag celebrations for years. Music festivals with national and international artists, theatre, cultural and religious events, firework shows and tastings along the seafront alternate between the town squares and breathtaking locations such as the Torre beach or the Sellersu nuraghe.

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What to do in the evening

Dove dormire
Dove mangiare

Those who have been to Bari Sardo know what it means to enjoy the sunset at one of the various chiringuitos that line the shoreline. After a hot day at the beach, there is nothing better than a cold beer or a glass of good Cannonau to enjoy the slow retreat of the sun.
Ever-changing pastel colours stop time, as if you were in a painting, and your mind relaxes. It is, therefore, not uncommon to stay late and stop for dinner at one of the many waterfronts or village venues and enjoy our rich culinary offerings in front of the sea or in the historic centre.

To digest, there is nothing better than a nice walk through the streets of the village in search of the many works of street art or, why not, a night walk on the beach in search of shooting stars. In fact, Ogliastra is one of the regions with the least light pollution in Europe. Looking up at the sky means looking at the Milky Way as you have never seen it before.

Estate Bariese is the setting for numerous events and has been enriched by the Blue Flag celebrations for years. Music festivals with national and international artists, theatre, cultural and religious events, firework shows and tastings along the seafront alternate between the town squares and breathtaking locations such as the Torre beach or the Sellersu nuraghe.

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