To See: Cala Grande, more widely known as The Moon Valley, is a place of primordial beauty: immerse in a wild nature shaped by granitic rocks and the sea, since the early 7oies is a privileged destination for hippy communities from all over the world.
To Hear: The artistic performances within the Jazz Festival of "Musica sulle Bocche", held once a year (in September). This event attracts musicians and artists, both local and international, and involves various venues around the town. It ends with a final gathering on the main beach, Rena Bianca, hosting a final concert when the sun rises.
To Smell: The parfume wild nature originating from the scrub.
To Taste: The so-called "Zuppa Gallurese", a modern interpretation of the ancient recipe based on stale bred in meat stock, enriched with pecorino cheese and herbs.
To Touch: the granitic rocks typical of this area. This material brings back to the ancient tradition of manifacturing, dating back to the Roman era.