Trekking in Sardinia
Discover the most amazing trekking in Sardinia. We walk only the most beautiful paths, from the classic hikes to Cala Luna and Cala Goloritze to the extreme Selvaggio Blu. Expect wide panoramas and wild nature.
Some hikes require a minimum fitness but we can adjust the aim depending on groups needs. Our long trekking on the other hand are definitely an immersive adventure into Sardinia wilderness.
Our best long trekking is the Selvaggio Blu, the most extreme trekking in Sardinia and one of the hardest in Europe. Forget nights on four star hotels, for we walk on the wild side. You will walk on one of the wildest regions in Europe, passing on high plateaus, oak forests or spectacular ridges above the sea. You will sleep on ancient shepherds' huts, beaches or caves, tasting our typical food while admiring the milky way.
Most of the trails can be adapted to group needs, shortening them to fit previous schedules.
The Selvaggio Blu is the hardest and most beautiful trekking in Italy. The entire walk takes 6 days to complete and runs on top of a remote limestone coast passing through forests, caves and rivers.
The Selvaggio Blu is more than a trekking, it is a thorough mountaineering experience.
GREAT TRAIL OF GENNARGENTU
The Great Trail of Gennargentu explores the highest peaks in Sardinia, walking the south side of the National Park of the bay of Orosei and Gennargentu.
The trekking lasts 3 days, walking a total of 4o kilometers with a gain of 2500 meters. Walking in the Genanrgentu area is ideal in autumn and spring-time
GREAT TRAIL OF SUPRAMONTE
The Great Trail of Supramonte crosses the vast plateaus, mountains and forests on the north side of the National Park of Gennargentu.
The trekking lasts 4 days, walking a total of 5o kilometers, sleeping three nights sleeping on ancient huts surrounded by almighty nature.
With its 500 meters of height, the Gorropu Gorge is the tallest gorge in Europe. Walking along its river bed is a truly impressive and humbling experience, and relaxing by the waters at its entrance has no price. The approach takes about 2 hours, plus 2 hours to walk through the gorge.
Tiscali is an ancient village built around the 15th century BC. It has become an icon of the sardinian resistance against invaders, as its secret location allowed people to take refuge away from the valleys. The walk entire trek takes about 4 hours, plus a guided tour of the village and rests to admire the view.
Only a 2 hours walk from Cala Gonone, reaching the beautiful beach and coves of Cala Luna leaves one speechless. The path is not particularly hard and can be accomplished by families too, provided one can walk on uneven and sometime steep terrain.