I would not change anything of this place. Excellent organic locally made food, gentle people, breathtaking location. If you are looking for an authentic Sardinian rural experience this is the place to be. Highly recommended also only for dinner.
If you love nature, lovely views and local food: this is the place to be. We went for 1 night and loved it! The only bad thing that I want to mention is that there was no fan or insect nets, hence if it summer and you open the window the room for air, it will be filled with flies 😔 for it rest it was perfect!
This place is located miles from anywhere and quite hard to find. But it‘s worth to find the way. I did not find such a silence for a long time. At night so can see so many stars because there are no lights at all in the neighbourhood. For dinner you have to bring great hunger and a lot of time. They will serve at least 7 courses. A lot of startes, two pasta courses, a meat or fish dish (vegetarion option is available ob demand) and two desserts. Because they cook always fresh, dinner takes 3-4 hours. But it‘s no problem, because you will always have interesting conversations with the other guests sitting at one huge table.
In a lovely spot in the hills of Arbus/Piscinas, Angela and Giuseppe receive you very warmly. The rooms are very clean. I booked halfboard much to my delight! Breakfast is more elaborate than most places in Italy. And dinner, well what shall I say: dinner is just fabulous. Angela cooks up the most wonderful traditional Sardinian dishes! And a lot of them at every dinner! So take care to have an appetite. Traveling alone or together: dinner is enjoyed together at one big table. Different nationalities and nice conversations in a hotchpotch of languages. Highly recommendable.
A remote Agriturismo is not surprising, but one perched on a mountain top with zero evidence of human habitation in any direction is. The views from L’Oasi del Cervo are incredible. You can even see the sea way down there to the west. The hosts speak almost no English, but are amiable and good at communicating non-verbally. The dinner was “molto buono e molto” — very good and lots of it. The host served up the climactic meat course himself: roast piglets (2), on a huge platter, complete with heads. Tasted wonderful. The breakfast was equally bounteous. Not to be overlooked, a very cute dog, Ally, who seemed to be there ready for petting at just the right times.