The shapes and colours of the northern romanesque tradition
A fascinating discovery tour of the loveliest and most important Christian temples of north-western Sardinia built in the late XI and early XII centuries
A common thread runs through Romanesque-Pisan architecture and style between three lovely old basilicas in northern Sardinia, all built within few decades but with different histories: Santissima Trinità in Saccargia in the countryside around Codrongianos, Nostra Signora del Regno in Ardara and Sant’Antioco di Bisarcio in the Ozieri area.
Journey length: 34.5 km
Road travel time: 42 min