Barbagia historically represents the wildest area of Sardinia; the Romans called it Barbaria, because of the shy but proud character of its inhabitants, who never let themselves be completely ruled over. Nuoro, which is its capital, is now the symbol of Sardinian culture, as it is the birthplace of some of the island’s most important writers, first and foremost the Nobel Prize winner for literature Grazia Deledda, who in 1894 described it this way: “It is the heart of Sardinia, it is Sardinia itself with all its manifestations.” Let our destination experts guide you in organizing your next event in Sardinia in the wildest and most authentic area of our wonderful Island.

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