Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Info about, for or on shopping in and around Sardegna AKA Sardinia, Italy


Here are some links about, for or on shopping in and around Sardegna AKA Sardinia, Italy:

  • Sardegna Shopping – "Reviews and photos of Sardegna shopping posted by real travelers and locals. The best tips for Sardegna sightseeing." – "About VirtualTourist" – Source: VirtualTourist – "The People Behind the Places™" – "Travel Guides, Hotel Reviews, Photos, Forums, Deals"
  • Shopping in Olbia – "The primary Olbia shopping districts are located in the north and south of Olbia. If you are looking to do some more tourist-based shopping, the Corso Umberto has a variety of shops and restaurants, interwoven with ancient buildings and landmarks. Olbia shopping hinges around fine Italian goods such as silk blouses and shirts. Some stores in Olbia who sell traditional products include Ottica Priarone, Decandia, and Cfadda." – "About" – Source: world66 – "The Travel Guide You Write" – "World66 offers travel information on over 20,000 destinations. Almost 80,000 articles written and updated by travelers like you!"
  • Shopping in Sardinia – "While on vacation some travellers research the best museums, others the most dazzling beaches, and others still choose their vacation spots based on their shopping options. If you are a shopper--especially one who also favors sun dappled islands--then Sardinia is the perfect place for you!" – on Fri, 06/01/2012 - 00:00 – Submitted by ancos – Source: – "Italy | Italy daily news, Weather, All you need to know about Italy"
  • Shopping in Sardinia – "To go shopping in Sardinia may be as interesting and fun as enjoying the island natural beauties. Between a bath into its crystal waters and an aperitif at sunset time, there are many pleasant ways to spend time amongst shops and boutiques that are able to satisfy different customers." – "About Us –  Who We Are" – Source: Wonderful Sardinia – "The Travel Specialists in Sardinia"
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  • Sardinia Outlet Village – In Italian Only – Sestu, Cagliari – "" – Source: Outlet Village – "La guida completa ai Centri Outlet in Italia / The complete guide to Outlet centers in Italy"
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  • Factory Outlets in Sardegna  – "A/O this date, there are 4 pages of outlets listed for Sardinia." – "About Us" – Source: Factory Outlets Italy – "Welcome to Factory Outlets Italy, your online guide to all the best bargains in Italy"
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    • Outdoor Food & Antique Markets in Sardinia – "Apart from being the most unique source of souvenirs and consolation gifts for the friends you left behind, outdoor markets are some of the most interesting places in Italy. Almost all of them offer a collection of items that ranges from near-worthless knickknacks to priceless works of art, from the ancient to the post-post modern. Some markets are specialized but all welcome visitors, who are encouraged to have fun bargaining in English, Italian, sign language or any combination of the above. A word to the wise: keep your money and valuables stashed under at least one layer of clothes. Who wants to spend the whole time worrying why all those people are jostling you?" – "About" – Source: In Italy™  "Distinctive Italian Experience"
    • SHOPPING CENTRES IN SARDINIA – "there are supermarkets in all the main tourist areas, at a fairly reasonable distance.Here are the shopping centres which are closest to the tourist areas." – "" – Source: SARDINIA POINT – "An Island a continent | Touristic guide | New styles of tourism "
      • USEFUL TIPS  – "Some suggestions for your vacation in Sardinia"
    • A Guide to Shopping in Italy for Hedonists and Bargain Lovers – "Italy is a shoppers heaven with something for everyone. The country is so stylish that even the cheap bargain stuff is chic. Let's start with a warning though. You must be aware when shopping in Italy that prices get marked up in tourist areas and also that there are a lot of things for sale that have been made in China or are knock-offs of well-known labels and designers, so keep your wits about you. Here are some tips" – Source: Found in the TRAVEL section of – "The Excellence of Italian Products"
    • Outlets in Italy – "your guide to outlets, shopping centers and shopping tours in Italy" – "Outlets per regions" – Source: web site – "Find your nearest outlet! [You can search: by Name or by using the pull down labelled menus: District, Region, Brand, Select Category" – In English, Italian
    • Where to Find Italy’s Best Outlet Malls – May 9, 2011 – "blog: About Us" – Source: Found within the Author Archive | Walks of Italy blog of the Walks of Italy – "Experience Italy. Take Walks!" – "About Us
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    • Exploring Markets & Old Town Cagliari | Sardinia – "I spent 2 weeks in beautiful Sardinia, Italy and decided to vlog my trip." – Published on Nov 4, 2014 – Julia's Life
    • Shopping in Sardinia – "Not just milk and cheese. Textiles, pottery and tailored clothes combine tradition and innovation, being typical local objects that have found an international appeal." – Published on Jun 30, 2015 – RAI
      • SARDINIA - Cork: a great natural resource – "Sardinia is an enchanting island. An inospitable land that has rejected man for centuries, thus preserving its landscape intact. However, over three thousand years ago, a mysterious people managed to build imposing structures with stone blocks and probably discovered cork as well , a natural product obtained from the outer layer of the cork oak bark, which, for its special characteristics, finds many applications: from corks for the best wines and spumanti to the soles of many shoes." – Published on Jun 25, 2015
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That's it for Wednesday,19 August 2015: mercoledi, 19 agosto 2015

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