Near Nuoro, the small village of Lollove survives and has been added to the list of borghi più belli d’Italia (Italy's most beautiful villages). They wanted to promote this place full of history and stories to tell in order to save it from depopulation: today only 20 people live there.

The neglected streets and houses of the village tell of a remote time, without all the technology we are used to today. 

In 2008, an inn opened, the only business in the village, offering genuine cuisine to those who visit Lollove.

Luckily, this little village comes alive in some summer festivals, such as the one on 22 July when Mary Magdalene is celebrated in the little church of the same name. This was built in the 17th century in late Gothic style and preserves beautiful red stone arches.

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