Holidays and traditions of the locality, have been handed down for generations and still living in various customs and traditions, whether of a religious rite (Catholic) as a pagan rite, many which are celebrated in the space of the year. Here are some of the most important: The first important place is the feast of Blessed Maria Gabriella SAGHEDDU (1914 - 1939), a young girl made dorgalese cloistered nun at 21 and died in a convent in Grottaferrata at only 25 years old, still found in supplements is his burial was beatified in Rome by SS.Giovanni Paul II on 25 January 1983 in the Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls, and his home with his poor little things found along with rich Writings with short biographies of his life (some speak of Miracles) is a place of worship for many people.

The first of the pagan rite that mixes the religious rite are the traditional Fire S. Antonio (January 16) and that of St. Sebastian (January 19) that are made to burn (the first in the whole island) on the eve of the feast of Saints, the local feature and the taking of oranges by young people move up in cone of fire to retrieve the fruit placed on top, the old saying that luck and bring prosperity. But the real peculiarity of these fires is the use of just “rosmarino” its fragrance and fills inebriated (to purify the religion) all present Inside inebriate hides the opening of the private cellars of the area to be sampled in all participants at the wine festival and especially a sweet captivating: On Pistiddu. (Traditional sweet pastry dorgalese).

Another event is the Carnival Dorgalese, singing and dancing one another for three days and Sunday or extensive with the masks, floats and the traditional horse race which takes place in the center of the country Corso Umberto. Even on this occasion not miss the wine especially sweet: Zambellas and Urulletas (Frappe donuts and home made of various shapes sprinkled them with honey and / or sugar). Other festivals of ethnic ritual / religious place in the spring, ranging from the month of April to June and those are rural, sites in the countryside with ancient Romanesque churches mostly in the outskirts of the village, from that of Baluvirde, Bonu Camminu, On Babbu Mannu, St. John etc.., these festivals in the past were organized by a priory, but given the cost (with the participation of thousands of people) have been downsized, and now there are volunteer organizations that give life to these events Religious / food, always in tune with the traditions of the past.

First event in Cala Gonone, much appreciated and visited the Fish Festival, which takes place (towards the end of June) in the square with the harbours, with tasting of different types of fish and wine. Another very popular event of the month of July (second Saturday and Sunday) is the Feast of Our Lady of the Sea, with procession at sea, boats, dinghies, sailing boats and so on, lined up to deposit the statue of the Virgin in the seabed ; usual evening tasting. Another event of considerable interest is Calagonone jazz, (usually the last 5 days of the month of July) with the participation of artists of international standing.

In chronological order, comes the great festival of Ferragosto dorgalese with a program made up of religious processions with men and women who wear the costumes made of rich variety of fabrics, woven and embroidered by hand with threads of gold, handcrafted softened with lace or crocheted jewellery and precious art goldsmith dorgalese. One of the contours of great interest is the participation of riders in costume in the saddle with their horses. Many individual events that go on for several days, sports of all kinds, songs, dances, concerts and tasting of local products. It still continues between the sacred and the profane with the Feast of SS. Cornelius and Cyprian, takes place in the first decade of the month of September, also singing, dancing and various tasting. The religious procession in costume, with the participation of flower carts hauled by oxen, horses and parade.

The last event Dorgalese forming part of the circuit in Autumn Barbagia is “Cortes Apertas”: The oldest and courtyards typical of the country where they are exposed / compare ancient artefacts and generational progress to well represent the traditions of the past and present. Exhibitions and food are accompanied by well accommodate thousands of participants. Not to forget the events of Easter, Christmas and New Year with religious rituals of great importance (S'Iscravamentu: Jesus Christ deposition from the Cross) procession de la S'Incontru at Easter, Christmas Novena to the Midnight Mass, processions, always with the traditional folklore dorgalese. Contrast to the religious the “veglioni”, dinners in various restaurants, nightclubs and private cellars.

  • NEW YEAR
  • NEW YEAR 2
  • HAPPY NEW YEAR
  • DESPITE THE RAIN
  • THE BAND IS MUSIC
  • THEY DANCE
  • THE CHOIR SINGS
  • THESE ARE THE SANTA CLAUS
  • THIS MENU
  • AND EAT
  • TOAST A GO GO
  • THE MORNING CONNOTTU
  • COMING EPIPHANY  ...
  • DISIZOS
  • CONTROL BON BON
  • PARADE BEFANE FINISHED THE HOLIDAYS
  • FIRE S.ANTONIO
  • THE TAKING OF ORANGES
  • OF S.SEBASTIANO
  • FLOODS AND INTOXICATES
  • SU PISTIDDU PINTAU
  • HIS TASTING
  • LARDAJOLU ALREADY CARNIVAL
  • CARNIVAL
  • FASHION SHOWS
  • NOT JUST KIDS
  • FLOATS
  • SONGS AND DANCES
  • WARMING UP
  • ALWAYS WELCOME
  • COMPETITIONS
  • UNTIL PENTOLACCIA
  • PANDELAS PASQUALI
  • S'ISCRAVAMENTU
  • IN COSTUME
  • S'INCONTRU
  • S'INCONTRU
  • THE BLESSED
  • IN HIS HONOUR
  • EVENING WITH REFRESHING
  • FESTAS DE PANDELAS
  • RELIGIOUS RITUAL
  • RITE OF CHARGE
  • ANCIENT RITUAL OF CHARGE
  • FROM MAY TO SEPTEMBER
  • LAST HOLIDAY PANDELA
  • THE MUSIC OF THE SEA
  • JAZZ
  • CHRISTMAS DAY DANCE NIGHT
  • ISCALI WORLD FESTIVAL OF FOLKLORE
  •  AUGUST
  • 2
  • CHILDREN
  • GIRLS
  • A WEEK HOLIDAY
  • CONCERT OF AUGUST
  • ALL CONTINUES AT CHRISTMAS NATIVITY
  • CORTES APERTAS
  • GLASSES OF STARS
  • ECOLOGY
  • CHORUS POLYPHONIC
  • OLIVE HARVEST
  • ON BREAD CARASAU
  • SULCALIS
  • HARVEST 1
  • HARVEST
  • DON'T FORGET ABOUT GRAZIA AND VINCENZO

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