Autunno in Barbagia 2015: Cortes Apertas in the heart of Sardinia

  • Published: 1-09-2015
  • Category: Events

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“Twenty eight towns, infinite real stories”. This is the motto of the new edition of Autunno in Barbagia, that will be held from 4th September to 13th December 2015. An event that, since 1977, let the visitors discover the traditions of one of the oldest and richest regions of Sardinia.

 

The event

The real fulcrum of the event will be, as always, the Cortes Apertas, the “open courtyards”: during the days of Autunno in Barbagia the historic houses of all the 28 involved towns will open their courtyards; inside them will start the itinerary to discover the artisan, artistic and wine and food traditions of the places.

But Autunno in Barbagia will be much more than this. During the numerous stages a lot of shows, demonstrations, conventions, presentations and excursions will be organized.

 

The program

This is the calendar of the appointments and the towns that will be involved in the 2015 edition of Autunno in Barbagia:

  • Bitti: 4-6 September
  • Oliena: 11-13 September
  • Dorgali: 18-20 September
  • Sarule: 19-20 September
  • Austis: 25-27 September
  • Orani: 26-27 September
  • Lula: 2-4 October
  • Tonara: 3-4 October
  • Gavoi: 9-11 October
  • Meana: Sardo 9-11 October
  • Onanì: 10-11 October
  • Orgosolo: 17-18 October
  • Belvì: 17-18 October
  • Sorgono: 23-25 October
  • Aritzo: 24-25 October
  • Desulo: 30-31 October, 1 November
  • Lollove: 30-31 October, 1 November
  • Ovodda: 6-8 November
  • Mamoiada: 6-8 November
  • Nuoro: 13-15 November
  • Tiana: 13-15 November
  • Olzai: 21-22 November
  • Atzara: 21-22 November
  • Ollolai: 27-29 November
  • Teti: 28-29 November
  • Gadoni: 4-6 December
  • Fonni: 6-8 December
  • Orune: 11-13 December

 

More information

For further information about the 2015 edition of Autunno in Barbagia (complete program, how to reach every town,eventually changes of dates and times), you can visit the official site of the event, Cuoredellasardegna.it.

 

Image source: “Monti di Oliena” di Max.oppo – Opera propria. Con licenza CC BY-SA 3.0 tramite Wikimedia Commons

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