Perfugas

Perfugas village has all you need during your stay in Sardinia. Including: supermarkets, a greengrocer, butchers, a bakery, bars, restaurants, pizzerias, a wine and  a cheese cooperative, an ice cream parlour as well as a pharmacy, a cash point etc.

Tip : we buy all our cheese and wine from the 2 local cooperatives as they are cheaper and excellent quality. I have also tried quite a few ice cream parlours in this island &  Perfugas has one of the best.

What is possibly less expected are the various cultural monuments available to visit in Perfugas. I strongly recommend to visit the archeological  museum as well as the 16th Century retablo and the sacred well amongst others . 

With unusual bichrome entrance gate.

With unusual bichrome entrance gate.

Santa Maria degli angeli church : in the historic centre of Perfugas.

Santa Maria degli angeli church : in the historic centre of Perfugas.

Unique 16th century retablo : guided visit in Santa Maria degli angeli church

Nuraghe majore : on the road to Erula.

Nuraghe majore : on the road to Erula.

There are many traditionnal festas happening in Perfugas, as well as various concerts and events in the main square in the summer. More details at the villa.

zuppa gallurese: local speciality with pecorino cheese, bouillon and bread.

zuppa gallurese: local speciality with pecorino cheese, bouillon and bread.

traditionnal male choir

traditionnal male choir

folk group in traditional costume.

Festa di Sant Isodoro (St Patron of the farmers) , 31st of August.

Festa di Sant Isodoro (St Patron of the farmers) , 31st of August.

procession St Isodoro

Horse procession for St Isidoro

Horse procession for St Isidoro

Traditional singing group before the church

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2 thoughts on “Perfugas

    • I’m French (from northern France bear Belgium) and my partner is British. We have had a holiday home of Sardinia for 7 years now. Best of both worlds really : summer here, winter there ! I have followed your blog for quite a while; you certainly are travelling too. Out of cheer curiosity , what is the surname of your familly in Perfugas. There are a lot of Brundu, Filiziu and Coiladu about 😉 Take care

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