Mullet and bottarga (cured roe), sandstone and unfired earthen bricks. Wooden doors faded and lined by time. Intricate little streets in the centre, bars, outdoor table and chairs. Fishermen chatting over a beer. Open courtyards scented with freshly cut vegetables. Artichokes in winter, melons from the Sinis Peninsula and bright red tomatoes in summer. The Giants of Monte Prama in the museum overlooking the wetlands, where the fishermen come in to shore. A pretty and colourful town, of quaint and welcoming people.
Cabras offers all main services and is very close to the major routes leading all over Sardinia, including its most beautiful beaches. A stay in Cabras is above all an experience.