Experience the wild Sardinian countryside on a coastal or inland walk
At a pace and length that suits you, we guide you through some of the choicest island landscapes. Expeditions may last 2–4 hours, excluding any driving-time that may be necessary.
- One of our walks follows the beautiful coast north of Bosa, as far as the Columbaro watchtower, with beaches en route for a rest and a dip. A relatively easy ramble, it takes in a sequence of marvellous coves with delightful views. [2–3hr]
- An inland walk might weave through the Temo valley east of Bosa, past meadows, vineyards and olive groves, covering long flat stretches interspersed by steep climbs and declines, mostly on tarmac or concrete tracks. [2–3hr]
- A walk along the mountain ridge of Badde Orca, towering above the Alghero-Bosa coast and with riveting clifftop views, takes in an abandoned shepherds’ village. [3–4hr]
- The trek into the majestic Gorropu gorge—one of Europe’s deepest gorges, on the eastern side of the island—makes for a thrilling adventure. [3–4hr walk + 3–4hr drive]
- Join a hike to the fascinating prehistoric cave village of Tiscali on the heights of Supramonte, on the east side of Sardinia. [3–4hr walk + 3–4hr drive]
Rates vary according to length of walk and number of participants, but usually amount to €30–60 (£22–44 or US$33–66) per person for local walks, or €40–80 (£30–60 or US$44–88) for walks further afield.
Snack lunches may be provided on request.