In the north-east of Sardinia, in the small and splendid town of Luras, the Ethnographic Museum Galluras was born, by its director Pier Giacomo Pala, who with passion and dedication faithfully reconstructed all the typical environments of Gallura. You will find over 7000 exhibits concerning peasant civilization, winemaking, agriculture, sheep farming, cork and wool processing, and many other areas of an ancient Gallura but still alive within the walls of this granite building of the 1700. The director of the museum is one of the greatest experts on the phenomenon of the "femina agabbadora", the one who stealthily put an end to the life of the dying. In the museum you will be able to discover its dismal working tools and get to know many curiosities by going through the ancient tales of the Sardinian island.
Full price(4 - 99 years)from: 5.00 €
Children(0 - 3 years)FREE
Guided visit to the Museum
What to bring
Comfortable clothing and suitable for the season
Difficulty : Suitable for everyone
When : All year
Max People : 50
Reductions : Children: 0-3 years
Languages : Italian | English | French | German
Times available : From 9:00 am to 8:00 pm
Lenght (hours) : 01:15
Pets : Admitted
Luras (SS) | via Nazionale, 35
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