Walking In Sardinia

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Walk one of the wildest Italian islands in the Mediterranean

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Duration: 8 Days
Starts in: Italy
Group Size: 5-16

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Fly to Olbia; transfer to Dorgali.

Orientation walk through an old path around Monte Tului with beautiful views of the Gulf of Orosei.

Walk along the Gorroppu Gorge, Italy's deepest natural canyon; free time to paddle on the Flumineddu River.

Explore Nuraghic village of Serra Orrios, with its complex circular huts dating back to the Bronze Age; relax on an idyllic sandy beach. Local wine tasting

Free day; explore the archaeological sites of the Dorgali region, take an optional self-guided walk or simply relax by the beach and enjoy the leisurely Sardinian lifestyle.

Walk around the prehistoric Tiscali Village, built inside a cave; visit the springs of Su Gologone.

Explore the caves and cliffs on walk from the beach of Cala Luna; free afternoon.

End Hotel S'Adde in Dorgali.

Additional Information

With its stark beauty, crystal clear waters, golden beaches and undulating limestone ridges, it’s easy to see why Sardinia is considered one of the Mediterranean’s finest gems. Based in the Dorgali area, we explore on foot the idyllic forest-framed coastline of the east and the rugged rocky mountains in the west, walking through valleys, gorges, peaks and spectacular turquoise bays. In addition to its serene natural beauty, Sardinia is also a place of great historic interest and during the week we have the chance to visit the famous monolithic monuments built by the Nuraghi peoples, one of the main prehistoric Mediterranean civilisations.

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