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.
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.
Head to Sardinia’s Parteolla region, where olive groves and vineyards dominate the landscape, and treat yourself to a morning of food and wine. The half-day experience is ideal for foodies who want to discover the local specialities in less time. After a visit to a medieval church, you’ll see pecorino cheese in production at a Dolianova dairy (weekdays only), then you’ll savor Sardinian wine and delicacies at a Soleminis vineyard.
The excursion that you will live will leave from the Marina of Olbia to go along the granite promontory of Capo Ceraso, with its splendid coves and then continue towards Tavolara. The tour, specifically designed to let you admire the different shades of blue of the crystal clear waters of the Marine Protected Area, will be an opportunity to discover four beaches of fine white sand, red granite cliffs and tiny islands. With us you will be able to perform 3 STOPS that will allow you to swim or snorkel in a place of undisputed beauty. An unforgettable experience is ready for you!Get on board!NB. The routes may be subject to changes due to adverse weather conditions.
We explore the pristine volcanic plateau of the Giara to meet the reknowned wild horses. We also discover Su nuraxi, the important prehistoric monument and a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Giara is a vast uncontaminated basalt plateau where thousands of wild horses have lived for thousands of years, though it remains a mystery how they came to inhabit this natural landscape of outstanding beauty. We approach them through the cork oak trees and the myrtle-scented shrubs, to see them while they drink calmly in the small ponds. Below them, on the plain, we spot in the distance the monumental nuraghe of Barumini. This typical Sardinian prehistoric structure was built with stones carved out from the Giara itself. The nuraghe is made up of a system of towers, part of an old genial idea the memory of which has sadly been lost.Today we can witness an amazing prehistoric monument built by people who knew how to govern with balance over the external forces.
Discover Sardinia’s little-known medieval sites with this tour of the Acquafredda Castle and San Giovanni Cave. Enjoy a scenic drive from Cagliari to the ruins of the clifftop castle and follow your guide up the trail to explore its abandoned village, fortress, and church. Relax over a glass of wine and traditional Sardinian products while enjoying the view, then head down through a spectacular cave set at the foot of the castle.
- Sardinia, not only beaches!- Unesco Site Wild Olive Trees (two of the Oldest Natural Monuments of the World!)- Panorama of the Valley of Cork (80% of Italian Production!)- Museum Galluras & Femina Accabadora House- Luras Village- Tempio Pausania, Cathedral and the Boutique of the Atelier Anna Grindi- Possibility to eat typical Sardinian Pastas, Cheeses, Meats Wine and Desserts in a Mountain refuge- Liscia Lake Panorama, Valley of Oak and VIneyards- Archaeo Site Nuraghe, and the second smallest Bats of the World!(all sites are facoltative and tickets are extra for a total of €10 pp)
DOLPHINS REMARKDolphin Watching is one of the most requested trips. Dolphins have been living free in Golfo Aranci for a long time and now they recognize our boats. We start from the port MARINA DI OLBIA we make tours to the Capo Ceraso and the islands of Tavolara. We visit the Doctor's Beach and stop for snorkeling. . In our excursions we offer a good aperitif on board based on fresh Sardinian ingredients. We make numerous stops to enjoy the splendid sea of Sardinia and take many baths to cool off after having taken a lot of sun. We have experience in the field of boat trips for a long time, our excursion is now known as one of the best trips to do in Golfo Aranci. We are waiting for you on board. Happy holiday
Get to know the Sardinian city of Cagliari with this laidback walking tour, led by a local guide. Offering a stress-free experience with a pickup from the cruise port or your hotel, the tour showcases all the must-see sights and history of the island’s capital. You’ll stroll the streets of the Castello neighborhood, discover one of Europe’s largest covered markets, and finish with a tasting of Sardinian treats.
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.
Take a small-group tour of Sardinia’s Costa Smeralda, the northeastern coast between Olbia and Palau where blonde sand beaches and luxury villas rule the shoreline. With a driver-guide, you’ll visit the VIP hangout of Porto Cervo, a coastal village, an island winery, and the main archaeological digs at Arzachena. A tasting session at the winery be arranged on the day, though this is at your own expense.
Do you like snorkeling? Swim in the water to observe and admire the marine life of a place, of a bottom, of a marine habitat. One of the most beautiful activities to do at sea, which finds the ideal destination in Sardinia, thanks to the magnificent seabed that our Island offers.Thanks to this experience you will do snorkeling accompanied by a qualified instructor at your complete disposal.The snorkeling tour includes a boat itinerary departing from the Porto Rotondo pier to carefully selected locations where you can admire beautiful underwater landscapes populated by local fauna and flora. The duration of the Snorkeling Tour is about 3 hours.
Thanks to this tour you will be able to admire the extraordinary beaches and tourist resorts of Sardinia, along paths wrapped in typical Mediterranean vegetation. You will visit places of extraordinary beauty: you will make a stop at the famous Belvedere from which you will enjoy a breathtaking view of the entire north-eastern coast. The unmissable stop is the renowned Porto Cervo, the city of VIPs, where you will have plenty of time for a leisurely stroll right in the center of the town, you can admire the beautiful and unique architecture of the buildings and pamper yourself with shopping, and you can also visit the evocative Church of Stella Maris. And to finish with a flourish, stop in Baja Sardinia, a unique and characteristic place. The tour includes an audio guide in 6 languages to give you all the explanations of the places. Fun, discovery and relaxation ... what more could you ask for?
Visit two islands in Sardinia’s paradise archipelago of La Maddalena, just north of the Costa Smeralda. With a guide, you’ll cruise from Palau to Isola Maddalena, the largest island in the chain, to visit the main town and travel to the island of Caprera. Some of Sardinia’s finest stretches of sand abound here, so bring your bathing suit and request a beach break to cool down in the sea. Numbers are capped at eight people for an intimate, small-group tour.
Visit an olive oil producer and winery that are steeped in the traditions of Sardinia during a half-day tour from Serdiana that offers the option to sample locally produced wines and olive oils. Stop first at a family farm for tastings of olives, olive oil, and other products, then take a guided tour of a small winery where you try four different wines accompanied by bread, cheese, and cured meats.
Experience the nature and ancient history of Sardinia on a small-group tour to Gallura. Skip car rental and enjoy the scenic ride through the Sardinian countryside in provided round-trip transportation from your hotel. A small group of maximum eight people ensures that you get an immersive and dynamic tour experience. Be sure to have your camera on hand for the UNESCO listed Olive Trees Valley and the ancient houses of Gallura.
The panoramic tour of Cagliari is a unique opportunity to admire the city from the panoramic points and to learn more about its history and the island.The viewpoint on the hill of Monte Urpinu will offer us an unforgettable view of the Regional Natural Park Molentargius-Saline, one of the largest and most important wetlands in Europe. Here we will have the chance to admire the magnificent pink flamingos, symbol of the city. The tour will continue to the Poetto beach, overlooked by the promontory of the Devil’s Saddle, symbol of the skyline of Cagliari.The tour will go on with a walk around the narrow streets of the ancient medieval town of Castello which will allow us to enjoy the beauty of the Cathedral, the Royal Palace, the Bastions and the Medieval Towers. The panoramic points of Castello will offer us an unforgettable view of the city and of the sea in all its beauty.
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.
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.
Adrenalinic Mountainbiking tour starting from Alghero. A mix of wild fun off-road driving, history and breathtaking views characterize this tour adaptable for all the levels!Inclusive Top E-MountainBike or Mountainbike rental, helmet, professional guide and assistance during the tour. If you love nature, sports and adventure you can't lost this excursion!!
Learn how to bake traditional Sardinian bread during this half-day workshop in Cagliari. Visit the Museo del Grano (the Wheat Museum), dedicated to the tradition of growing cereals in Sardinia. Local food tasting included.
Visit a winery in the Sardinian countryside to learn about wine culture in the region. Stroll through the vineyards, visit the cellars, and learn about the production process from pressing to bottling and barrel aging. Afterward, taste four wines in addition to other local foods including bread, cheese, olives, and salami.
Leave the bustling port behind and experience the timeless beauty of Castello, Cagliari’s unique historic district. Stroll through the winding streets with your guide to learn about the city’s fascinating history and architecture, influenced by millennia of invasions and conquests. Take in views over the coastline, famous for its pink flamingos, and stop in one of the traditional restaurants lining the squares to sample Sardinian cuisine (own expense).
Cover more of the ground with less of the hassle on this small-group tour of the Molentargius-Saline Natural Park by electric bike. Look out for flamingos and marine birds as you pass the Terramaini canal, pedal along Poetto Beach, and cross the cape to Calamosca. The tour covers around 12.5 miles (20 kilometers).