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This tour greatly exceeded expectations in terms of what we learned and what we were able to see. The site is very interesting and allows access to the inside of the towers as well as the surrounding village. The insides of the towers and the...More
Date of experience: September 2019
ValerioSardiniatodo, Direttore at Sardinia To Do - The difference between visiting and experiencing, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you! It's was a pleasure for us. Spend time with people like you improved the quality of our day, we're so proud that it has given you an amazing experience.
Valerio e Isabella
This experience was so much better than going to a cooking school. Here we were in a family kitchen using their well-loved cooking items and picking herbs outside the kitchen door. Afterwards we sat down with the extended family to enjoy our efforts.
A fantastic day! We learned to make traditional pasta shapes in a quaint Sardinian home, using fresh herbs from the garden. A nice couple taught my girlfriend, her sister and I to make Culurgiones, Malloredus, Mezza Luna ravioli and tagliatelle (plus a few other shapes...More
ValerioSardiniatodo, Proprietario at Sardinia To Do - The difference between visiting and experiencing, responded to this reviewResponded 8 May 2019
Thank you Leo, stay with you and cook it was really nice! Now I'm waiting for the photos of your incredible dishes!
The last year, I had the possibility to participate in different events organized by Valerio. Every time it was discovery of my land that I didn't know. He is professional, funny and easy going person. I truly recomend his services.
We went to Sardinia not expecting to fall in love with their wines- especially the lush Cannonau wines. There are various places around the island to visit and they will usually tailor a tasting for you. We were staying on the east coast and ventured...More