One of the best museum networks that will give you a deeper insight into Sardinia’s rural life, from trades to traditions, is the MaMu – Mamoiada Museums network, which includes three museums: the Museum of the Mediterranean Masks, the Museum of Local Culture and Trades and the MATer – Museum of Archaeology and of the surrounding Territory.
Mamoiada is a small town in an area called Barbagia, at the heart of Sardinia, with a population of less than 3000 inhabitants and is particularly renowned for its specific local masks, Mamuthones and Issohadores, and its wine, named after the grape variety called Cannonau.
Is there a connection between masks and wine? To what extent are the local trades related to the local popular traditions? Which kind of relationship is there between these museums and the local community?
Visiting the MaMu network will help you answer these questions.
- One day tour in Barbagia
- Visit to the Mediterranean Masks Museum
- A nice day with Cannonau winemakers
Learn about Orgosolo shepherds’ life
- Stroll along the murals on the street
|Quote||€ 150 per person | Group Discount|
|PARTICIPANTS – DURATION||2 to 8 pax | 10 Hours|