Villages and Territory
Looking at the ravishing landscape directly to the sea, pearched on the hill, Posada with its “della Fava” Castle is one of the most picturesque historic charming villages in Sardina. Located at only 2 km from the campsite, a visit to his history center and a walking to the castle highpoint will be a discovery. The Parco di Tepilora area embrace the villages of: Torpè, Lodè and Bitti.
The “Tepilora Regional Natural Park” is the best destination for those who loves to enjoy their holidays surrounded by nature. With almost 8000 hectares of unpolluted forests, trekking paths, freshwater springs and watercourse includes four villages: Torpè, Posada, Lodè and Bitti. The park expands all the way from the forest of Tepilora up to the Posada river mouth, his heart is the rocky Tepilora Mountain (m.528) that faces onto the Posada Lake. Trekking and mountain bike tours are sensational, specially not during the cooling season, marvelous landscapes, freshwater springs and typical flora and fauna like holm oaks, strawberry trees and cork are the best habitat for characteristic mediterranea scrubs animals like Sardinian hares, wild boars, foxs and deers. Cultural and educational sights are never be missing, tied to its rich archeological, historic, traditional heritage. It can’t be missed a visit to the Bitti’s local Museum in which you will find the history of the local farmers and them works, and a visit at one of the Baronia’s most important prehistoric monument Nuraghe San Pietro. https://bit.ly/nuraghesanpietro
At only 5 minutes far from the campsite the small harbor of “la Caletta” offers many small shops and, in the evening, a small market and kids plays. Budoni and San Teodoro are other two villages where you will find nightlife with discos and pubs.
The story of a people told on the walls: Orgosolo in the heart of the Supramonte area, a few kilometres from Nuoro, a town in the Barbagia area. A cradle of archaic traditions, Orgosolo reveals a deep bond with its roots: it is the land of the Canto a Tenore (Polyphonic folk singing), proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site. ..
Nuoro Here, you will find many Museums, unavoidable the visit to the “Museo del Costume” with its historic, documentary, folklorist collection of colorful dresses and invaluable embroideries.