Our freshly baked bread arrives directly on your table, wherever you are.

And that's not all: on our ecommerce you'll find Sunalle guttiau bread, snacks and the Wellness line of special bread.

via Ogliastra 10
08023 Fonni (NU)

T. +39 0784 589268
About us
Scopri la storia di Sunalle, il Vecchio Forno di Fonni, nato nel 1991 e diventato azienda leader della produzione di pane carasau e guttiau in Sardegna.
pane carasau, Fonni, Sardegna
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About us


Fonni is located at a higher altitude than any other town in Sardinia. This evocative settlement in the Barbagia region rests on the northern slopes of the Gennargentu massif, surrounded by a fabulous horizon and by the light-bathed summits of the mountains that overlook the large valleys below.

Here, the Urrai family name and the working of typical bread have been intertwined since time immemorial: everyone here appreciates the great experience accumulated by Sunalle, the Old Bakery. In 1991, Sara and Maria decided that, as well as being relatives, they could also be partners in their own business. Leveraging the entrepreneurial spirit of Maria’s husband Antioco, they decided to take over an existing bakery in Fonni, giving rise to a family business that, over the years, has evolved to become the leading name in the production of pane carasau in Sardinia.

Thanks to the support of Sara’s husband, Fabrizio, the company has implemented various solutions geared towards modernising the production process, while always affording the greatest respect to the traditions of a flatbread that is very much a symbol of the island.


In 2001, the Vecchio Forno company moved to a larger facility, on Via Ogliastra, in order to accommodate the current, 30+ workforce, and changed its name to Sunalle.

What does Sunalle mean? It is the part of the wheat stalk that remains in the ground after harvesting. The nickname given to the Urrai family became the name of the company, symbolising to this day our commitment to innovating with our feet on the ground.

The most modern bread is ancient – this is the motto of Sunalle.