Paulilatino and its territory


The village of  Paulilatino enjoys a privileged location for those visiting the Central Sardinia and its endless natural, ethnographic and archaeological treasures. Its territory is characterized by luxuriant vegetation, there are traces of over three millennia of civilization witnessed by important archaeological discoveries.

The historic centre of Paulilatino still preserves a typical characteristic of Sardinian country villages: the low houses in black basalt with blocks to mount on a horse and the rings to tie them.

The life of the village is marked by religious feasts : Our Lady of  Itria (May-June), St. John the Baptist (24 June), St. Mary Magdalene (22 July), St. Costantino (September), St. Teodoro (9 November) in which the devotion to the saint is flanked with fascinating rituals on horse races(“Ardie”).

The great equestrian tradition has meant that over the past 15 years have created other races on horseback as "Il palio de sos chinaos" (dei rioni) on the last Saturday of August, "sa to sa pudda cursa" and the village of sour. During the Carnival are several parades in which appears the mask traditional "sos corrajos".

Finally, the processing of bread and cheese, caring for the ancient traditions associated with agricultural festivals and typical sheep-farming are great attractions for those who visit and stay in Paulilatino.

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