Baroque towns, religious processions and a cuisine with an Arab accent make the Mediterranean’s largest island culturally distinct from the Italian mainland.
For those with the time and inclination to take the road less travelled, these three lesser-known gems are just a short distance from their more famous siblings.
The coastline and mountains offer two unique food cultures in Italy’s island region of Sardinia. Follow a fisherman and a shepherd on a culinary journey to trace their roots.
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