Food and Wine

At Tiliguerta dishes and drinks served in the restaurant, bar and pizzeria truly reflect the local area which bring excellent products with authentic and unique flavours to the table: typical dishes such as Is Malloreddus, small shell-shaped wheat dumplings; Culixionis, typical ravioli stuffed with potatoes and onions, fresh cheese, or ricotta and spinach; Sa Fregula, a hand-worked semolina pasta similar to cous-cous that is often served with clams (Sa Fregula cun Cocciula); Is Prazzidas, a flat focaccia bread baked in the oven and stuffed with tomatoes and aubergines, or potatoes and sausage.

The meat of piglets, goats, sheep and lambs comes strictly from local farms and is usually spit-roasted, according to ancient traditions. Local fish such as eels, sea bass, sea bream and mullet is farmed in the area’s ponds using seawater. Bottarga is produced from mullet roe, and is used as a prestigious ingredient for appetizers and first courses.

Bread, still considered an essential food in Sardinian gastronomy, is baked in wood ovens. Myrtle, orange, lemon and prickly pear trees grow wild in this area, forming the basis for renowned liqueurs. There are also excellent wines, honey, cheese and local sweets, made primarily with almonds.

it looks like seaweed

Walking along the shore, especially after a sea storm, on the beach of Tiliguerta you may encounter the Posidonia Oceanica which, despite what some might think, it’s not seaweed

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At Tiliguerta Camping Village we have always been happy to welcome all animals, especially, dogs. Our goal is to allow that a dog spends the whole vacation time with its human friend, and that, therefore, it doesn’t stay locked in an accommodation, while…

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