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Owner description: S’ABBA FRISCA PARK-MUSEUM A dip into the past to rediscover identity. S’Abba Frisca park-museum takes its name from our freshwater spring. The itinerary has two themes: natural and ethnographic, woven together in one journey. The museum has more than 4,000 items from farming and grazing life in 15 locations. The guided visit winds through plants used in folk medicine, dyeing and construction, among fountains, cascades and giant-stone pathways. Here there are mallard and other ducks, water hen, and tortoises living in water and on land. Among the museum buildings, there is the shepherd’s hut built more than a century ago of basalt blocks and juniper wood, copying the circular form of huts typical of the Nuragic era. Also: the enclosure for goats; the farmer’s courtyard with grindstone turned by a donkey; the blacksmith’s courtyard with bellows from the 1800s. Bedrooms with storage chests from the 1700s; the room for spinning and weaving with antique looms; clothing of times gone by for daily life and festive occasions; armaments, jewellery and musical instruments. The itinerary finishes in the kitchen for Sardinian breadmaking, where the secrets of this shepherds’ bread are revealed.