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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.
Take in the pleasures of Alghero during a full-day tour with an informative guide. Explore the well-preserved medieval city center, then head to the coast to experience the natural beauty of Capo Caccia. Stop at an archaelogical site, then enjoy tastings of wine and olive oil made by a local producer. Top it off with a lunch of typical Sardinian fare at an organic farm. Includes tastings, lunch, guide, transportation, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
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.
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.
Explore the lush green forest of Is Cannoneris on Sardinia with this 4-hour walking tour. See the majestic holm oaks in a forest more than 2,950 feet (900 meters) high. Experience the peace and quiet of the nature reserve on a guided walking tour, including a visit to the prehistoric Nuraghi ruins.
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.
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.
Adventurous travelers will especially enjoy this coasteering tour in Chia, southern Sardinia. Explore the craggy coastline by a combination of walking along the coastal rocks, swimming through the coves, and even diving and ziplining from the highest clifftops into the water. Expert guides make the excursion safe, fun, and suitable for kids and adults.
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.
An exclusive visit to one of the most important wineries of the island is a wonderful chance to taste some of the best wines of the Sardinian wine-making tradition, accompanied by a tasting of typical sardinian products.
After a relaxing walk among the vineyards of the surraundings winery, we will continue to discover the inside where we will have the opportunity to learn more about the wine- making process.
Last but not least, the panoramic tour of Cagliari is a unique opportunity to admire the city from the belvedere 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 and to the Poetto beach, overlooked by the promontory of the Devil’s Saddle, symbol of the skyline of Cagliari.
Sardinia’s capital city of Cagliari is a mix of cultural treasures and relaxed Mediterranean atmosphere. With this walking tour of Castello, the port city’s old town, you’ll experience the best of both sides. Take in the hilltop fortress, Royal Palace, and Cathedral of Santa Maria with a guide to learn about their fascinating history, and take in the views of the city and sea from scenic overlooks en route.
With our walking tours, you’ll skip the mundane historical tours and discover the city through a local’s eyes. Experience a tour that will transform the way you travel to make it as much about the people you meet, as it is the places you see. Our local guides (Lokafyers) are passionate about their city and eager to share their knowledge and perspective. Since Lokafyers are not professional guides and tour occasionally, they provide an experience that’s authentic and personal, like a friend showing you around their city. By the end of the tour, you'll feel comfortable navigating the city and confident that you have all the information you need to make the most of your stay.
Explore the Sardinian city of Cagliari on an intimate private walking tour to the city’s top landmarks and hidden gems, including Piazza Costituzione, St. Mary’s Cathedral, and small shops loved by locals. Going with a guide ensures you never get lost, as well as learn little-known facts about the city’s history and culture. Don’t forget your camera: The tour includes a few frame-worthy views.
The picturesque medieval city of Alghero is the perfect destination to explore on foot. Spend a day discovering its highlights by going on a private walking tour. After meeting at a central location, you’ll explore Alghero with a guide, so you won’t have to worry about getting lost. Save hours researching top sites to visit, and instead enjoy a local insider’s guide to the must-see places. Highlights include Cattedrale di Santa Maria, Torre Porta a Terra, Torre San Giovanni and much more.
Visitors flock to Sardinia, and the coastal area of Chia in particular, for some of the Mediterranean’s best beaches. With this tour, you’ll be able to take a unique beach excursion by coasteering, or walking along inter-tidal areas where the sea meets rock without the aid of boats or surfboards. If you’d like, you’ll be able to dip or dive into the sea of Chia from a suspended cable. Finish the excursion with a snack and drink.
A walking tour along the district of Castello to discover the history of Cagliari through the history of its most important monuments: the Cathedral of Saint Mary, St Pancras and the Elephant Tower and the Bastions.
After the walking tour, you will enjoy a visit to the archeological museum of Cagliari to find out the history of the Nuragic civilization, that lived on the island during the Bronze and Iron age.
Here you will get to know about their towers, the small statues of bronze that they used to made and admire the mysterious statues of the Giants of Mont'e Prama, the oldest statues of big size of the Mediterranean basin.
We will begin to walk uphill along the coast, towards Sa Perda Stampada, a rock with a hole through which it is possible to admire the Coccorrocci beach; we will continue going down towards Foxi Manna, passing by the rock Su Brecconi and Cala Niedda.
We will then visit the Nuraghe Aleri, a tholos nuraghe, built between 1500 and 1200 BC, which has an irregular five-lobed shape.
After a break for lunch we will set off again, going up the south-western side of Punta Cartucceddu towards the Piscine di Monte Ferru, beautiful natural ponds carved by the erosion of the stream in the red porphyry rock. We will take a little break to freshen up before returning to the starting point.
Ring-shaped excursion overlooking the Gulf of Arbatax. This half-day tour will depart from Uttolo and will lead us to appreciate the beauties of the Ogliastra coast passing through Monte Oro, Locorbu, Punta Pittaine, Sa Contralba, Monte Scoine.
We will be enveloped by the scent of the Mediterranean scrub that releases all its essences under the sun, we will admire the tranquility of the goats that graze in the wild and we will pass in panoramic points that will be able to satisfy every possible effort.
An excursion not long but with a medium gradient.
Hiking fans—this is the experience for you! Go to one of the best known beaches in Sardinia—Cala Luna, as part of a guided trekking adventure. Exploring the area with a guide eliminates the worry of getting lost, and means you can concentrate on the amazing views. See juniper trees, Mediterranean foliage, and incredible panoramas over Supramonte mountain range. Conveniently, the tour gives you the freedom to choose whether to head back to the harbor of Cala Gonone by boat on the way back instead of hiking.
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.
The great classic. Amongst the most famous treks in Sardinia, discover the ancient Nuragic village of Tiscali, inside of a cave formed 900.000 years ago. Reach the top of the mountain walking through the paths excavated by the charcoal burners, immersed in the woods of the Lanaitho valley
Walking distance: 6 Km
Duration of the walk: 3,5 hours
Duration of the tour: 7 Hours