San Sperate, also known as PAESE MUSEO (Museum Town), is a small municipality in the south of Sardinia, just a few kilometers from Cagliari. The area knows how to impress visitors with its myriad of open-air artwork. Strolling along its colorful streets means being fully immersed in a world of art, colors, and tranquility. The community has warmly welcomed artists and visitors for half a century, with various cultural events throughout the year. For PAESE MUSEO , art and color offer an excuse for people to lose and find themselves, to spend time with others, to exchange ideas, to chat, to share experiences, and to express different emotions.
Over 400 pieces of contemporary art are hidden in the streets of San Sperate, an open-air museum that can be visited freely 365 days a year. Wall paintings, sculptures, site-specific installations--even the roads themselves are painted. The colorful landscape is continuously evolving.