If Supramonte is the heart of the Sardinian wilderness then Punta Corrasi certainly represents its crown jewelery, being the highest peak of the entire carbonate massif with its 1463 m a.s.l.
The path that allows you to reach the summit … Leggi tutto
The Nuragic Village of Tiscali is one of the most renowned Sardinian hiking destinations without any doubt. It is a short hike without any particular technical difficulties so it is basically within everyone’s reach. However, I would suggest to those … Leggi tutto
Walking on the path to the spectacular Torre della Pegna is one of the most exciting and stunning hikes that can be done on the edge of the vertiginous coastal cliffs of Capo Caccia. We might set off from the … Leggi tutto
The canyon called Gorropu constitutes one of the most stunning limestone formations on a large scale in the Sardinian Supramonte.
This particular canyon has been dug over the millennia by the waters of Rio Flumineddu which rises on the slopes … Leggi tutto
The limestone promontory of Punta Giglio has one of the most characteristic geographic features of the coast of Alghero and the Parco Naturale Regionale di Porto Conte. Its spectacular cliffs, overlooking the cobalt blue sea, and the wild natural … Leggi tutto
The amazing beach of Cala Luna (Ilune), on the border between the territories of Dorgali and Baunei, certainly needs no introduction. It is one of the most scenic and picturesque beaches on the island, in fact, as a … Leggi tutto
Piscina Irgas is a mixed walking / canyoning excursion inside the marvellous state-owned forest of Monti Mannu (Villacidro).
The small canyon, carved out by the Rio di Oridda, is approached by following a pleasant path for about an hour and … Leggi tutto
Acquatrek (or river walking) is a form of sprimg-summer hiking that is carried out by following the bed of a stream or a river, sometimes walking partially immersed in water, sometimes swimming for short distances. To sum it up we … Leggi tutto