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We enjoyed the walk up to the castle, around the older part of the town, with the little tucked away restaurants and gift shops. When you reach the entrance, there is a small fee to go inside. The museum itself is quite small so the...More
You pay a fair price for a visit to the castle the museum, and the view over Castelsardo. You learn something about the history of the castle, but mainly it is about the art of braiding: baskets, bottles... But it is more than that, if...More
To be honest this is not all that interesting but is part of the fee to the castle. There are displays of various basket waving techniques throughout history.Worth a quick look, there may be something that takes your fancy.
I agree that traditions have to be preserved and shown to the public, but without giving additional information and without being enthousiastic to show stuff, a museum doesn't have any sense.
I got there willing to visit the castle as first goal, and randomly found...More
I found we really didn't get enough time here - we didn't realize at first that it was an actual museum and thought it was more like single walk-through of a ruin. The best part was the views on the top of the fortress -...More
I'm sorry to say we found this museum to be extremely boring. They've gone to a lot of trouble to present various aspects of the basket-weaving traditions in Sardinia, but it's still a snoozefest. Great views can be had from the various terraces and bars...More
We had a nice time here, we visited the castle on a nice sunny day which made for some awesome views on the top of the hill. Unfortunately there is almost no literature to read just a few sign posts, a shame really as I...More