Here you can watch how Sardinian women, dressed in typical Oliena fashion, have been making bread for centuries.
They’ll prepare different local specialities such as pane carasau (a crisp, wafer-thin flatbread). When it’s ready, it’s for sharing among everyone.
Glass displays illustrate the artistry of Sardinia's breads: those made for special occasions, those dedicated to the saints, and even play breads that were baked for children.
The pine tree growing at the centre of the Nido del Pane has its own story too…