bandiera dei 4moriSardinia, with its local festivals and traditional events, offers all year round an excuse to travel in search of the tastes and smells of the Mediterranean. There is a cultural heritage that has so much to offer: it is the territory of Pula, a village on the South Coast, 29 km from Cagliari. Among the interesting features of this area there are white beaches of very thin golden sand, narrow bays between rocky cliffs, crystal clear sea that merges with the blue sky, a territory where the Sardinian deer and fallow deer, spotted woodpecker and imperial crow, buzzard and royal eagle live freely. A half-hour from Cagliari you can enjoy a true natural paradise, a picturesque landscape, a unique mix of sea and mountains, decorated with pieces of art and archeology like Nora and the Spanish watchtowers. The view is breathtaking, from Capo Malfatano to the island of Tuerredda and the hilltop of s'Ega de su Tramazzu.

Pula is also the site of the Italian Golf Open at Is Molas Golf Club, where big fans of this sport get together. A small church nearby has become a place of worship for Catholics devoted to a Capuchin friar, Fra Nazareno, born in this area, who worked to build it.

Pula, with its fine buildings: the church of S. Giovanni the Baptist, the eighteenth century chapel of St. Raimondo, the villa of S. Maria, the church of S. Efisio, the menhirs of S'Abuleu, the beautiful central square, "Piazza del Popolo", equipped with a stage for concerts and events that animate summer evenings and nights
- State forest Pixina Manna, an excellent destination for those who love trekking and observation of flora and fauna; among fords and small waterfalls, there’s a water course that leads to the Dispensa Tonietti, a mountain refuge and eating place, or you can take the more difficult pathway leading to the waterfall on the Rio Montixeddu
- State forest Is Cannoneris, with oak, chestnut and arbutus trees with a recovery center of the Sardinian deer and a picnic area
- Museums: Archaeological Museum "Giovanni Patroni”, Norace Museum, Municipal Archaeological Museum of Pula, Municipal Archaeological Museum of Domus de Maria
- Archaeological area of Nora, one of the most remarkable areas in Sardinia for its historical and Archaeological significance
- The Spanish watchtowers: The Tower of Coltellazzo, San Macario, Cala d'Ostia
- The Aquarium located on the edge of the lagoon of Nora
- Cagliari, rich of history, monuments and landmarks
- Nuraghe of Santa Margherita of Pula
- The ruins of the ancient city of Bithia
- The hill of Santa Vittoria

Porto Campana, Sa Colonia, Cala del morto, Cala Cipolla, Su Giudeu, Tuerredda, Guvunteddu, Nora beach, Pula beach, Punta d'Agumu, Foxi 'e Sali, Cala d'Ostia, Saia, Cala Verde, Santa Margherita of Pula, Chia, Cala Bernardini, Capo Teulada, Capo Malfatano, Perd'e Sali, Pinus Village, Forte Village

Excursions: by boat, by car, by bike, scenic road along the coast towards Teulada, Is Zuddas Caves, Sardinia Archaeological Tour, San Pietro island, S. Antioco island
Sports: Boating, Mountain Biking, Snorkeling, Trekking, Birdwatching, Diving, Golf, Horse riding, Windsurfing, Kite surfing

May: Feast of tomato, 1 / 4 May, Festival of Sant'Efisio, a Christian martyr and saint patron of Sardinia
June: 24 June Festival of St. Giovanni the Baptist, saint patron of Pula
July: Festival of the fishermen in Teulada
August: 6-8 August, Pula Artifolk, folklore shows; Mauritanian wedding in Santadi; Feast of the Assumption, 3-days festival; 12-13 August, boar fair in Domus de Maria; 21 August, Festival of the prickly pear

At the Roman Amphitheatre of Nora many summer theater and music festivals.
- Please note the Festival "The Night of the poets", a series of dramas and musicals of high level in July and August

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