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Visit the Gulf of Orosei, Sardinia’s northeastern paradise, on a day-long excursion from Cagliari. After a minibus ride from the city, you’ll switch transport to a boat to enjoy a hop-on hop-off cruise around the coast. Bask on beaches such as Cala Mariolu, and even arrange to visit the Sea Oxen Grottoes, if you wish.
Feel the breeze against your skin and savor the freedom of a scooter adventure—without fear of getting lost—on this guided tour of south Sardinia’s secret beaches. Soak up the beauty of Chia, Cala Cipolla Beach, Capo Spartivento Lighthouse, Capo Malfatano, Cala Porto Laboi, Cala Crabittu, and more, as you ride your 125cc scooter between Chia and Teulada. Upgrade for a private tour.
Discover the spectacular sights of Cagliari the alternative way on a 2.5-hour guided Segway tour of the Sardinian capital. After selecting either a morning or afternoon departure time, glide past prominent landmarks like the hilltop citadel of Castello and the grand Cagliari Cathedral. Listen to insightful audio commentary as you explore the quaint cobbled streets and stop regularly for excellent photo opportunities. Revitalize with a refreshing drink on a Castello terrace that affords sweeping vistas of Cagliari’s picturesque sprawl.
Go back in time to the Bronze Age on this tour from Cagliari to Barumini, where you visit the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Su Nuraxi archaeological site, built by the Nuragic civilization. Located in the Marmilla region of Sardinia, the site is known for its central tower and surrounding village. Also visit Giara, a protected area home to wild horses. Enjoy round-trip transportation from your hotel for a hassle-free experience.
Dig into the fascinating history and culture of Sardinia with a half-day tour of the Barumini UNESCO site and the Giara di Gesturi wild horses. See the prehistoric Su Nuraxi Fortress at Barumini. Visit the Giara plateau to find the unique breed of small horses that roam wild.
Some towns have art districts, but in San Sperate, the entire town functions as an open-air gallery. The hometown of Italian artist and sculptor Pinuccio Sciola, he played an instrumental part in the town’s rebranding as an art destination. Stroll the streets and admire more than 400 street murals, traditional peasant and farmer houses, and Sciola’s “Sound Stone” installations, which produce music when touched.
Pair the independence of self-drive with the convenience of a tour on this educational private day trip that’s tailor-made for history buffs. With a guide on hand to explicate every site, learn the secrets of Sardinia’s mysterious Nuragic civilization and explore the charming town of Bosa. Visit the megalithic tower and village at Nuraghe Sant’Antine, the prehistoric burial ground at Sant’Andrea Priu, and Bosa’s scenic old town.
Experience the fascinating French island of Corsica from Sardinia. Travel in comfort by mini van and ferry from Cagliari and embark on a Corsican adventure. Visit Ajaccio known for its beautiful walking trails and as the birthplace of Napoleon. Then explore the quaint town of Bonifacio. Sample local delicacies, relax on the shore on the Mediterranean, and benefit form the local knowledge of your guide.
The beautiful beaches of Cala Luna and the stunning Sea Oxen Caves (Grotte del Bue marino) are among the highlights of Sardinia’s northeast coast. Visit both on this tour, including a thrilling boat cruise and walking tour of the natural caves, followed by free time to swim or sunbathe at Cala Luna.
The island of Sant'Antioco is home to the ruins of the oldest urban settlement in Sardinia, the Phoenician city of Sulky. We walk in the town of Sant'Antioco itself where the ancient settlement once stood; its colourful houses line along the small port where every day the fishermen sell their catch. The looks, the smiles and every little gesture of the local people could resemble those of the Phoenicians, of a place that still hides secrets. One of them is the tradition of the byssus, the renowned golden brown marine natural filaments that are still spun and woven today to get fine embroidery. We stroll along the coast on beautiful beaches interspersed with rocky natural barriers where the waves of the turquoise sea break. And we finally reach Calasetta, a small town of white houses nestled in juniper woods and vineyards that stretch all the way to the coast in front of the Faro di Mangiabarche, a working lighthouse that still guides sailors to safety.
Get more out of your time on the island of Sardinia with this 10-hour guided experience with a local family outside Cagliari. Learn about the Sardinian people and their traditions. Sample some of the region's specialty foods.
Immerse yourself in Italian cuisine at the “Campidanese” court house home of a Sardinian family and learn how to prepare some of the island’s traditional dishes during this private dining experience. Watch as the landlady prepares Sardinian ravioli, enjoy a relaxing Aperitif in the garden, and dine as part of the family. Unlike other cooking classes, with this experience you can leave the cookery to the pros.
Enjoy a unique and fascinating experience in the Asinara National Park. A 3 hours drive from Cagliari through the beautiful Sardinian countryside up to the northwest of the island where we will catch a dinghy or a boat.
With its untouched natural beauty, isolated landscape, rare flora and fauna species, and unique history, this island located on the far northwest tip of Sardinia, separating the open sea from the gulf which takes its name, is in a world of its own. Ready for you to explore.
You can admire this untouched landscape by an off-road vehicle or trekking.
Become a sailor for one day and enjoy the unique southwest Sardinia from the water! On this small-group sailing trip, discover the island of San Peter or the Sardinian Sugarloaf and Cove Domestica.
Cruise on the Mediterranean waters on board a modern sailing boat for an unforgettable experience! Our experienced skipper will manage everything. This small-group tour is limited to eight people, ensuring you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide.
Head from Chia to the culturally rich medieval city of Cagliari on a guided tour, which includes stops at Cagliari’s must-see attractions and natural wonders alike. Choose to travel by foot or by car as you visit the city’s bustling markets, historical monuments, and nearby Lagoon of Santa Gilla with a guide, learning about Cagliari’s culture and history as you go.
An off-the-beaten-track ruin offers the same caliber of historical and cultural significance as other Italian attractions—but without the crowds. This guided tour to the necropolis of Montessu makes it easy to tour the sculpted amphitheater, rock-hewn chamber tombs, and stunning countryside of southern Sardinia. Tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off from Chia and Domus de Maria area, skip the line entrance, entrance fees, and all transportation.
San Sperate is a place of unmissable culture, where art is expressed in all its forms. This peasant village offers a show of images, colours, creativity and surprising works such as the resonant stones made by the late artist Pinuccio Sciola.
As soon as we enter the town of San Sperate, we can immediately understand why this is unlike any other place. On the facades of its houses, we can admire hundreds of lively murals, modern art installations and contemporary artistic experiments that blend with the old coloured wooden doors or go undetected between the cracks of walls made of traditional mud and straw bricks. San Sperate is where art is shared and is the heritage of all, a place to have a unique sensory experience. Immersed in a fragrant orange grove, we will hear the harmonic sounds made by the hundreds of basalt and limestone monoliths that were sculpted by Pinuccio Sciola, a local artist.
Deep in the mountains, we find two small towns, part of a living museum where, at its centre, for thousands of years, has stood a prehistoric tower, the nuraghe of Armungia. This town has grown around it, stone by stone, and to visit it feels like going back in time, to relive ancient crafts and new emotions.
The scent of the myrtle leads us along a path trailed by miners and peasants, before arriving at the fields and the old mine of Villasalto, the neighbouring town where each family still owns a vineyard and raises goats without a hitch. Some one thousand inhabitants live here, surrounded by mountains where mouflons, foxes and wildcats still roam.
We visit places where the past and the present barely meet because time does not seem to ever pass. We open the wooden doors of old houses into flowered courtyards, to find old cellars and kitchens inside, and to sit at the table with men and women who have been waiting to meet us and share food with us.
Explore the best that Cagliari has to offer with a panoramic view
tour of its main attractions. Discover the city's historic
districts and take in the stunning views over the Gulf of
Cagliari, known as Angels' Gulf. A small group and flexible
guide means you get the most out of this personalized tour.
Begin your. After a convenient pickup from your hotel
exploration of Cagliari. As you are driven through the
historic districts and the hidden city, you decide where you
want to stop. Your guide is ready to provide detail and
anecdotes about the citys main attractions and rich
Enjoy the leafy scenery of the picturesque city
as you soak up tales of its interesting history. You pass by
sights such as Molentargius Pond, Poetto Beach, and the
Capo Sant'elia Lighthouse. Keep your camera ready and
don't be shy about asking your guide to stop so you can get
a better look.
An amazing place with a incredible views: Nora and his ruins. A place to discover the history of Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Romans. Here you can see the old city, the roman amphitheater and the magnificent mosaics.
This tour will allow you to live a first-hand experience immersed in the vineyards and the wineries of the area, where you will learn the peculiarities of the Sardinian wine grapes. The tour includes a visit to a traditional winery: surrounded by sweet hills and rural landscapes, you will discover the different production stages, the kinds of the grapes, the land and the people who dedicate their time to the grape growing with great passion. Then we will taste the wine with some local food.
Ready to try making cheese? With an expert, you will attend a workshop that enables you to make cheese at home. After this experience, your guides will entertain you with a glass of wine and a tasting of the most famous traditional cheeses, that allow you to truly feel the soul of Sardinia.
During the visit you will travel the rooms of the cheese factory with explanations about age-old cheese production techniques. You will also visit the production halls with seasoned cheese, dried cheese, ricotta cheese packaging, cells of maturation. After the tour, you'll be offered a cheese tasting. Also, at certain times of the year it will be possible to watch the milking and feeding of lambs and little goats.
I was born around flours, inside a bakery with the smell of freshly baked bread. My Dad is a baker, my brother too: I love bread and I want to share my knowledge with you.
How many types of bread we produce in our land?
Together we will discover the dough, the shapes and the stories of bread in Sardinia.
How is the experience?
The First step consists in knowing the recipe and the different types of flours. Next, we prepare the dough and then we realize a variety of typical bread shapes, specifically: “su coccoi”.
At the end, we cook the bread in the oven and we taste it together with some cheeses and a glass of wine.