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We discover an archaeological jewel surrounded by the sea, to contemplate the ancient ruins that tell the story of a past that has left deep traces.
After crossing a beautiful beach, we walk along a small hill to the temple of an ancient female punic deity: Tanit, the goddess of love and fertility. We look out slowly and stand before the city of Nora with its baths, villas, small houses and the theatre, which today still hosts poets, actors and prominent musicians during the hot summer nights. Along the ancient Roman roads, nothing around us goes unnoticed: the beauty of the mosaics, the noise of the waves crushing on the ruins that emerge out of the water, the marble blocks scarred by the passing of time, the columns that remain standing despite plundering and storms. It is a journey to follow the traces of rich merchants, young sailors and holy soldiers revered by an entire population.
Get a real experience while tasting different local delicacies in the small shops hidden in what once was the fishermen's district, just a few steps from the sea.With quality and authenticity being the key ingredients of this experience, you will enjoy a unique path that winds along old churches, narrow streets and flower-decked balconies.
And we will be delighted to guide you through the different foods you will taste.Sardinia’s raw milk cheese, natural wine, cured meat prepared in accordance with local traditions, the real flavour of bread and fruit ice cream will engage your senses with their unique and special taste.
Our goal will be to make you feel like hanging out with friends, while telling you the stories behind this ancient city scented by the fragrance of the sea and of its genuine, simple food.
The Roman empire left its mark on every corner of Italy, and Sardinia is no exception. Walk in the footsteps of the ancients with this guided hike that traces a storied Roman road along the southern coastline between Santa Margherita di Pula and Chia. Hear stories and anecdotes about the route and the surrounding landscape from your guide, stop to admire the view, and enjoy lunch along the way.
Discover the city of Cagliari in total freedom, our e-bikes allow you to visit the city comfortably. The bicycles with pedal assistance will also help you in the climbs to reach the upper and ancient part of Cagliari.
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.
Join a cultural walking tour to explore the city of Cagliari: discover monuments, churches, art, and curious quirks of the Sardinian Capital. See the bastion of San Remy, the Royal Palace, the Cathedral, the Nivola's sculptures and other historical attractions.
Discover Cagliari, a city overlooking the Gulf of Angels and chest of wonderful treasures located all along the urban fabric. The four historical districts of the Sardinian Capital are a veritable open-air museum which will tell you the city history from the Roman settlement until the modern era.