Saturday, 18 January 2014 16:05

The Wild Blue Trail

The “Selvaggio Blu” (Wild Blue) is a long, 7-day trekking tour along the Gulf of Orosei, on the East Coast of Sardinia.

As it is rather demanding and a physical challenge, the route has become almost legendary for excursionists. In fact, a lot of people consider it “the most difficult trek in Italy”.

Published in Guides and Books
Saturday, 18 January 2014 11:35

Gola Gorropu

In the mountains of the Supramonte, surrounded by thick forests and wonderful oleander, there is Italy’s and Europe’s most imposing natural abyss: the Gorges of Su Gorropu, also called Europe’s Grand Canyon.

Published in Trekking
Saturday, 18 January 2014 11:35

Escursions to Tiscali village

An excursion that combines a discovery tour, silence and unspoilt nature and that brings the visitor back to the dawn of history.

Published in Trekking
Saturday, 18 January 2014 11:35

The forest of "Montes" (Orgosolo)

Panoramas, holm oak groves and the characteristic shepfolds of the local shepherds within a natural landscape that ranks among the most interesting and pristinely maintained of the island.

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An alternative route to reach the Sea Ox Cave. A short trip to visit the northern and southern branch of the cave hiking through Cala Fuil.

Published in Trekking
Saturday, 18 January 2014 11:35

Trekking trail S'Abba Durche

A route a few steps from the sea, at the foot of a basalt face where a fresh water spring rises that has given its name to the cliffs.

Published in Trekking
Saturday, 18 January 2014 11:35

Trekking trail Cala Fuili - Cala Luna

Breathtaking panoramas of enchanting beaches so very unique because of the contrast between the azure blue of the sea and the green of holm oaks and junipers.

Published in Trekking
Monday, 03 May 2010 17:39


A temple dedicated to nature lovers

The Supramonte (Supramònte in the Sardinian language) is a chain of mountains and plateaus of carbonate rock (limestone and dolostone of the Mesozoic Era) that is situated in the north-west of the Gulf of Orosei. It is divided in two parts by the national road SS125, Orientale Sarda, which forms the ideal border between the Supramonte Montano (mountainside) and Supramonte Marino (seaside) .

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