After Porto Flavia and Pan di Zucchero, I want to introduce you to another must-see attraction not far from our B&B Domus de Janas. This is the Roman and Punic temple of Antas, whose remains appear in good conditions as if challenging the unrelenting passage of time. From a historical point of view, this temple bears witness to the different civilizations that have followed one another in this corner of Sardinia, from the Nuragic to the Punic and the Romans. Continue reading


Some attractions should deserve more attention, but their unhappy position or perhaps a poor (if not absent) promotion can be detrimental. This is the case for Porto Flavia, which together with Pan di Zucchero represent an exceptional destination for anyone traveling to Sardinia, and especially in the province of Carbonia-Iglesias. Continue reading