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Sardinian Agriculture

The island of Sardinia boasts a wonderfully warm climate. It has a characteristic summer lasting 6 months since the ocean is warm enough to
Sardinia has a rich farming tradition and a passion for making many foods and drinks, such as cheeses, wines, and olive oil. The soil
The San Marzano tomato is a famed fruit within Italian culture, and one that is widely used for making pasta sauce, thanks to its
Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea – and isn’t it just a divine place to visit? Full of clear blue waters
Sardinia is a breathtakingly beautiful part of Italy, located between the Balearic Islands, the Italian peninsula, and the south of Corsica.  Italy thrives from