Alcuni B&B di Vallermosa




Vallermosa is a village in the province of Cagliari of with 2000 inhabitants, just 44 Km from this administrative centre.

The name comes from the Latin word “valle hermosa” namely “beautiful valley” (in italian: “bella valle”). The village is surrounded by a hilly area rich of vegetation, typical Sardinian plants and natural sources. Just 5 Km from the built-up area there is the Gutturu Mannu Natural Park ( in English: big gorge) where you can admire some dying out animal and plant species . The park is also equipped with rest areas (tables, seats and barbecues).

Vallermosa hosts many important archaeological and nuragic sites such as “Matzanni” and “Fanaris”. In the site of “Matzanni” there are three holy wells, the ruins of a unique temple, the finds of thirteen huts and a long wall structure. 

The village offers a beautiful sight of ancient “Campidanese” homes (typical Sardinian style) made of clay bricks with their characteristic front doors as well as the church of San Lucifero located in the centre of the village and the little Romanic church with attached Roman thermal baths.