The Filitosa fair, Fiera di u Turisimu Campagnolu, continues to be held on this highly important prehistoric site, with its symbolism of continuity and transmission. Its appeal to both the local population and tourists in August calls attention to the need and coherence of preserving and developing local crafts, culture and agriculture in order to reconcile the economy of production and tourism, and the balance between coastal and inland development.
The themes of tourism and agriculture have animated the debates for 10 years with advances such as the first route of flavours, the launch of the “stradi di i sensi”… Every year there are new innovative island projects, in partnership or not with regions in France and elsewhere.
This event marks even more today a synergy between Agriculture, Tourism, Craft industry, Culture and Trade in a post COVID context which has allowed to federate all the economic actors of the territories.
This event will take place over 3 days, the first of which will be reserved for professionals and the other two will be open to the public.
A village of the territories will be set up where cultural, agritourism, artisanal and heritage actors will be represented in workshops around tastings, demonstrations and manufacturing workshops