Sardinia man walking on beach
Sardinia man walking on beach

Our Sardinia Hiking Tours

Exploring the Island of Wonders

There is a reason why the Sardinians call their land “the island” as opposed to “the continent” - the rest of Italy; Sardinia seems a completely different country, one with its own habits and traditions, strenuously defended and barely touched by the continental ways. 

A walking trip here takes you through nuraghic ruins and snow-white beaches, deep gorges and ancient villages on the mountain top, mines and Tonnare (tuna fisheries) on volcanic islands; earth and water combine and collide, both parts of the local spirit.

Sardinia coast crystal clear water

It is a destination for brave-hearted and explorers, and one we couldn't recommend enough.  

Top Trips

Sardinia's Wild Side

Gorges and cliffs
sardinia wild gorges and cliffs

Behold white cliffs over 800 meters high and the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea, shimmering with deep shades of blue. Thousands of prehistoric Nuragic towers are scattered across the landscape which you zigzag past, heading up the Monte Tiscali to discover a hidden Nuraghe village. Walk along the rough, ragged ridges of the Supramonte Mountains and follow narrow footpaths through the spectacular Gola di Gorropu gorge. Finally you head to the Gulf of Orosei, 40 km of captivating coastline.

Wild Sardinia, from Tiscali to Cala Gonone

Coastal Walking in Sulcis

Walking on Costa Verde
coastal walking in sulcis by the beach

When you first got here, in the region of Sardinia called Sulcis-Iglesiente you immediately feel why it is also known as Costa Verde (The Green Coast): this place is remote, wild and has an industrial-mines past that forged the landscape and the people. The island of Sant’Antioco makes the perfect final stop for this trip: besides walking through stunning views and ancient watchtowers, you will have the chance to discover the many souls of this island.

Coastal Walking in Sulcis

What's a Self-Guided tour?

Sardinia, at your pace
self guided tour in sardinia walker in buggerru

All our trips in Sardinia are self-guided, meaning you can enjoy them at your own pace, without a group or guide, but with our logistical support and detailed documentation to guide you at every step. We take care of your luggage to ensure you travel light, book your accommodations, and provide maps and a customized app.

Find out more in this article on our blog

Traditions and influences

From Liguria to Catalunya
sardinia traditions and influences archeology nuraghe

Sardinia has one among the strongest identity among the Italian regions and a unique personality shaped on traditions, legends and myth; part of its identity has been influenced by other cultures - for example the island of Carloforte, which was colonized by Ligurian people coming from the Tunisian island of Tabarka and is now home to a ligurian-speaking community. 


  • Natural Landscapes of Sulcis: Discover the unique charm of Sulcis with its wild landscapes and pristine coasts, perfect for nature hikes.
  • Exploration of Orosei: Dive into the natural beauty of Orosei, where coastal and mountain trails offer spectacular views and an unforgettable trekking experience.
  • Ancient History at Tiscali: Venture into the archaeological site of Tiscali, a journey back in time among the ruins of an ancient Nuragic village hidden in the mountains.
  • Local Flora and Fauna: Enjoy the richness of local flora and fauna, exploring trails that reveal the unique biodiversity of these areas.

Our trips

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