Experiential Tourism

Cagliari DomOSC, expands and diversifies the cultural offers present in the area, through an integrated management system between the different supply chains.

The house of Culture of Cagliari – DomOSC – will host five previews of some important traditional cultural events, organized by the “Pro Loco” touristic organizations, in the municipalities of Cagliari metropolitan area (Uta, Quartucciu and Sestu towns) and in the Province of Southern Sardinia (Gesico and Santadi towns) enhancing their typical products and their related cultural activities, on the rediscovery of our traditional values, aimed at new tourism exchanges: the experiential tourism, the sub-segments and the touch and go tourism, in which tourists want be part of the territory in few days, making experiences of the local traditions.

Among DomOSC events aimed at schools

DomOSC is an innovative space for socialization, promotion, cultural growth for the new generation. The knowledge of the Sardinian immense musical richness and of its complex poetry is an essential step to stimulate creativity in young people.
Marco Lutzu, professor of Ethnomusicology at Cagliari University, presents to the High schools students some of the main expressive forms of Sardinian tradition, through an innovative and direct fruition method, using the new technologies. DOMOSC hosted 8 teaching units with the students of "Foiso Fois" Artistic and Musical High School (Cagliari).


The best known and most important musical instrument of Sardinian tradition revealed to the students through its secular history, the functions it has played and still plays in the Sardinian society. The construction techniques, the organological description and its repertoires allow the students to delve into the musical structures of religious plays and dance accompaniment.

SCHINEPISCI o L’arte dell’improvvisazione

Improvisation is the basis of the complex and amusing poetic challenge known as Campidanese Cantada in which poets in competition sing improvised verses in turn. The originality of this poetical form and its history is told by the ethnomusicologist Marco Lutzu through the comparison with poetry traditions of different areas of the world, too.
The skill of the extemporaneous poets is given by the rules of the Cantada and by the main metric forms: su versu and su mutetu longu. In the end, the students try to compose some mutetus, supported by the new technologies.