We went out around 11 to explore. The town is not large and easy to get around on foot. After walking around for 2 hours we found a nice restaurant whose menu was on a chalk board and in Italian. This is usually a good sign. Means the menu is with fresh ingredients that are in season and it doesn't cater to the masses.
They don't speak much English but they do speak French so the waiter explains the menu to us in French.
I start with a mixed green salad and Bernie has a Calprese salad and for our main dish we share a plate of spaghetti with tomato sauce. We also split a half litre of house wine and a bottle of sparkling water. Total bill was 25 E.
We explore some more, especially the main church and end up in our favorite gelato spot for gelato. We earned it after reaching our goal of 10,000 steps.
Back at the hotel we rest (ha as if we are tired, but it feels good) from 4 pm to 7 pm.
Tonight we are going to the hotel's main restaurant which is called Sa Turre which is located in a different building but only a short walk from our hotel.
It is up on the top floor - and when we arrive we are presented with two glasses of sparkling wine and lead to the open terrace where we have beautiful views of the town. Right away it puts us in the perfect mood.
We are led to a lovely table for two where we can look out at the views.
We inform the waiter we are vegetarian and if he could prepare something for us and we trust him. This way has never disappointed us and it doesn't again tonight.
We start with a litre of their house wine which was very good and very affordable.
We are then served a platter of roasted Vegetables with olives as our starter.
Our main course is the traditional pasta from Sardinia. Looks like little gnocchi but it is not it is just a smaller shape and made with pasta. The sauce is zucchini and fresh cherry tomatoes in a tomato sauce. So yummy. But a lot of pasta and we couldn't even finish the plate. Plus we want dessert.
I ask about the traditional Sardinia dessert of the cheese filled pastry that is baked/or fried served with local honey. Yes they have it and that is what we get to share! Oh my it is so good and the honey is so flavourful.
The entire meal was 54E and the ambiance was priceless, very romantic and quiet with stunning views.
As we stroll back to the apartment we are reflecting on this amazing time here in Sardinia and how glad we are that we came.