Multi-day treks

The walking trips on this page are more advanced: they are multi-day walks.

The suggestions range from the two days of the Gorropu Vintage (a technical route involving the use of ropes)  to the seven days of the famous Selvaggio Blu. Here you find both super-technical adventures and much easier proposals such as the Trek delle Bocche di Bonifacio or the Grande Traversata del Gennargentu.

Selvaggio Blu

Selvaggio Blu

"Italy’s toughest trekking" according to some experts, and yes, if you consider the technical difficulties of short sections of climbing and abseils together with the constant lack of water, this multi-day trek is unique in Italy. 

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Grande Traversata del Supramonte

GTS - Cuile Vilitzi

The Grande Traversata del Supramonte is a 4-day trek, completely self-reliant, across the marvellous wild territory of the Supramonte. Four days in the  wilderness during which the only man-made structures you come across (and where you will sleep) are the old shepherds’ huts "cuiles" which are used for bivvying

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Gorropu Vintage

Gorropu Vintage

The Gole di Gorropu (Gorropu Canyon) are one of the largest and most fantastic karst features of Sardinia’s Supramonte.

The Gole are a canyon formed over thousands of years by the waters of the Rio Flumineddu whose source is on the slopes of the Gennargentu (Funtana Muidorgia, Arcu Correboi) and which flows for 20 km before the start of the Gorropu gorge with its high walls.

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Grande Traversata del Gennargentu


The Grande Traversata del Gennargentu is a 3-day trek which winds for 40 km over Sardinia’s highest and best-known mountain massif.

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