Sardinia is an ancient Island with a long story full of tradition and culture and is a perfect mix between the sea and the countryside. In Sardinian cuisine you can find all the colours, tastes and perfumes of this land. All the cities by the sea such as Olbia, Algero, Orosei Bosa and Oristano show two opposite but equally appetizing side: earth-food cuisine and sea-food cuisine. From the Olbia gulf to the Reef River, especially in summer, you can find delicious shellfish dishes.
In the Gallura region you can taste the typical Gallurese Soup made with bread, sheep broth, cheese, parsley and mint. In the city of Nuoro, in the historical region of Barbagia, you can taste the typical roasted pork or the wild boar. Another typical dish of Barbagia is the Pane Frattau made with Sardinian bread, tomato sauce, cheese and eggs. In some seasons you can eat delicious dishes made with local mushrooms.
The typical Sardinia pasta such as Malloreddus, Macarrones De Busa or Ravioli is handmade and is perfect with boar sauce, mushroom sauce or tomato sauce. In the Campidano region you can eat the typical mullet or tuna bottarga or the delicious dish Sa Melca. The typical Sardinian dessert is the famous Seadas and is made with puff-paste, sheep's cheese, lemon and Sardinian bitter honey.