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Every Thursday the small village of San Pantaleo, set among granite rocks, offers an unmissable experience: the weekly marke.
Dive into the heart of a still authentic village thanks to its granite houses and its inhabitants, who live by crafts. Discover the ancient traditions of a proud and tenacious people, who have been able to follow the epochal changes with dignity and inventiveness.
After a break under the stands of local artists, we will continue in the interior of the village to visit one of the many Nuraghi scattered throughout the territory, evidence of the ancient Nuragic civilization, that developed on the island during the Bronze Age (XVII - IX century BC).
Our tour continues with a visit to the center of the international tourism jet set, Porto Cervo. Let yourself be amazed by its luxurious villas, its elegant squares and its fashion boutiques.
Spend some free time to get to know every corner of the most famous tourist resort in the Mediterranean. Next, you will visit Porto Cervo Marina and the Stella Maris church, which rises on the new port.
You will immediately notice the unmistakable style of the Costa Smeralda and discover the treasures within it, works by national and international artists not to be missed.
Our excursion ends with a visit to a local wine cellar, to know other aspects of this lucky land. On request it is possible to book a visit with a professional sommelier.
This itinerary is recommended in all seasons. The Market of San Pantaleo is open from May to the end of September.
This experience can be booked either exclusively (with min. 2 people) or in groups of 15 or more.
The prices indicated are per person for groups. To find out the prices of the exclusive experience, contact me.
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