Sinnai, a large town in southern Sardinia

Sinnai is a large town in the outskirts of Cagliari, 15 kilometres from the capital of Sardinia, with evocative natural landscapes, cultural, agricultural and craft traditions.

From its position, the panorama overlooks the golfo degli Angeli (Gulf of Angels) in the south and the oasis of the Seven Brothers parkland in the north-east.

Sinnai is a town of 17 thousand inhabitants in the metropolitan area of Cagliari, historically founded on agro-pastoral activity, today on industry and services. Olive growing and wine and honey production are still alive.

The artisan tradition is centred on weaving the reed to make baskets and filigree gold, from which are derived is prendas, splendid jewels. The vast and varied territory of Sinnai extends as far as the sea, from a portion of the splendid Torre delle Stelle to the tourist village of Solanas, over thirty kilometres from the town, along the panoramic road to Villasimius.