This perfect combination offers you a comprehensive understanding of what the south of this beautiful island has to offer. Stroll through the “Museum Village” of San Sperate, one of the most important agricultural centers of the island. The village was transformed into an outdoor museum when a local sculptor and muralist had the idea to paint the village walls white and invited several artists to paint their work on them. As you walk, admire the murals and sculptures that embellish this village and reach the studio and garden of the world famous sculptor Pinuccio Sciola. He had the idea for the Murales at San Sperate, but is better known for the sound stones that make music when brushed. They are unique artistic creations that function not only as art, but also as musical instruments.
Visit Barumini, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1997. During the Bronze Age, a special type of defensive structure known as nuraghi (for which no parallel exists anywhere in the world) developed on the island of Sardinia. The complex at Barumini is the finest and most complete example of this remarkable form of prehistoric architecture. Enjoy a typical lunch which will acquaint you with the flavors of the island. An orientation drive through Cagliari, with photo stops and free time, completes your experience.