Olbia is a small town on the coast in the north-east of Sardinia of great historical importance. The town is located in the middle of a fascinating natural amphitheater: a basin surrounded by hills and mountains; furthermore towards the sea, in the distance, we can see the square promontory of Read more…
Romanesque Art in Sardinia
The Romanesque is a medieval artistic and architectural movement, widespread between the tenth and thirteenth centuries in Europe.
In Sardinia there are several monuments of that era; the most famous architectural works are churches and cathedrals, such as the Basilica of San Gavino in Porto Torres, the Basilica of Saccargia in Codrongianos, the Basilica of San Simplicio in Olbia and the Cathedral of Sant’Antioco di Bisarcio in Ozieri.