What to see: The "Ardia", a well-known traditional event held in town to honor its Patron, San Lussorio. Celebrations begin 9 days before the yearly recurrence of August 21st, and include popular dances and singing, culminating with the 'Ardia di San Lussorio', a highly spectacular horse ride full of religious symbolism.
To hear: The pure water flowing from the seven springs of San Leonardo di Siete Fentes, a fraction of Santu Lussurgiu located in the eastern side of the Montiferru Region, enshrined in flourishing vegetation.
To smell: The fresh fragrances of holmes and oaks growing along the Rio Sos Molinos valley, an inspiring site located one kilometer far from Santu Lussurgiu widely renown for a 30-metre high fall located at the very bottom of a stone-made stairway surrounded by cyclamens and daisies.
To touch: Lay your hands on traditional 'resolzas', a typical sardinian knife which is among the main products of Santu Lussurgiu's handicraft, in which smithing represents a long-established tradition.
To taste: Indulge in a savoury slice of Casizolu, a typical cheese steaming from the milk of local cows raised in the wild. The milk is processed right after the milking and patiently knead in hot water, resulting in the iconic pear-shape of the final product.