Tours and classical Itineraries

 

  • Alghero and Bosa

Alghero: a quaint Catalan town whose medieval charm has been preserved through the centuries. Together we will explore its narrow streets with its abundance of traditional craft workshops and local coral boutiques.

  • Alghero port
  • Alghero palazzo D'Albis
  • Alghero the Ramparts

 

Following a fascinating panoramic road along the coastline, we will reach Bosa: a picturesque historic town, dominated by the medieval Serravalle Castle. Nowadays, Bosa is considered as one of the most beautiful little towns in Italy, with its richly coloured facades and its walking routes along the Temo river.

  • Bosa Street
  • Bosa Castle Serravalle
  • Bosa Temo River

 

  • Castelsardo and Tempio

Placed on a promontory of red trachyte overlooking the blue Mediterranean sea, Castelsardo is the only Sardinian town whose surrounding medieval wall is still intact.

  • Casterlsardo Walls
  • Castelsardo Castle
  • Castelsardo Cathedral S. Antonio Abate

 

Crossing the granite rocks of Gallura, we will arrive to Tempio, a town at the foot of Limbara Mountain. Tempio is known for its traditional processing of cork. Among its various products is Suberis, a special cork fabric used to make high fashion clothes.

  • Castelsardo Rock Elephant
  • Tempio Cathedral of San Pietro
  • Tempio Suberis fabric objects

 

  • Stintino

A typical little village founded by fishermen for tuna fishing activities, Stintino is famous for its beautiful beach, La Pelosa, opposite the Asinara island, which is the site of a beautiful marine park home to various endemic species.

  • Stintino Port
  • Stintino La Pelosa beach
  • Stintino Tower La Pelosa

 

  • Cagliari

Cagliari, the capital of Sardinia, is a beautiful historic town of Carthaginian and, later, Roman origin. It is located on the southern coast, on the Golfo degli Angeli (Angels’ Gulf), with its interesting medieval neighborhoods: Castello, Marina, Stampace and Villanova.

  • Cagliari Beach the Poetto
  • Cagliari Bastion of San Remy
  • Cagliari Street Manno

 

  • Costa Smeralda and Arzachena archeological sites.

Costa Smeralda is the most famous coastal area of Sardinia. It is frequented by the jet set and is well known for its amazing bays, sand coves, crystal-clear seawater, and granitic rocks carved by the wind. About ten minutes from Costa Smeralda, we can visit the magical Coddu Ecchiu giants’ tomb that dates back to the 16th century BC. This prehistoric building is an example of the typically Nuragic collective tomb, characterized by a carved stele and a burial chamber.

  • Costa Smeralda Baia Sardinia the beach
  • Costa Smeralda - Portocervo
  • Arzachena - Tomb of the Giant Coddu Ecchiu

 

 

  • Maddalena Archipelago and Capo d’Orso

It is an enchanting National Park, with many islands and islets. One of the most important is Caprera, where the greatest Italian hero, Giuseppe Garibaldi, lived the last 27 years of his life and is buried.

  • Island of Caprera Giuseppe Garibaldi
  • Arcipelago La Maddalena - Port Madonna
  • Archipelago La Maddalena - Head of the Cala Corsara witch

 

  • Through Nuraghi and Romanesque churches.

The Nuraghe Santu Antine (15th century BC) is one of the best preserved nuraghi of Sardinia, prehistoric buildings in the shape of towers, with corridors, spiral staircases and corbel-vaulted chambers. The Nuraghic Civilization of Sardinia is part of UNESCO world heritage.

  • Nuraghe Santu Antine
  • Nuraghe Santu Antine - Courtyard
  • Nuraghe Santu Antine - Corridor 2

The Saccargia church in the Romanesque style with its magnificent 12th-century frescoes.

  • Basilica of the Holy Trinity of Saccargia
  • Basilica of Saccargia - Capital
  • Basilica of Saccargia - Frescoes

 


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