With a visit to the workshop of a mask craftsman in Mamoiada, in the heart of Sardinia, you can hear the story of the masks of Mamuthones and Issohadores, told by those who every day transforms a piece of wood into what has become the symbol of carnival in Sardinia. At Mamoiada the masks are still made as they were: light, wearable, dyed black, with frowning eyebrows and the mouth contracted in a grimace of pain. Our guide and craftsman will show you his evocative workshop, where you will follow the various stages of processing, from the trunk to the mask. You will see the birth of unique pieces, made by hand, in various types of Sardinian wood, from perastro to holm oak. Discover the origins and meaning of the masks of the barbarian carnival, book now your experience!
The experience is available in several time slots: