My name is Elis and I am the finder of the tour and I will be leading the tour, which I am an expert in team of mountain hiking and outdoors activities, have
been hiking through extreme place, highly experienced, trip that you will never forget.My name is Elis and I am the finder of the tour and I will
be leading the tour, which I am an expert in team of mountain hiking and outdoors activities, have been hiking through extreme place, highly experienced, trip that you will never forget.
Spiaggia Della Pelosa:
The white sands of Spiaggia della Pelosa can get crowded in summer. While you’re here,
take the boat over to the Isola dell Asinara a national park named after its resident albino donkeys. The island is best explored on trekking through.
Capo Testa, Beach trails:
the beach’s eastern tip a trail threads along the coast, past granite boulders and rock formations that fire the imagination with their incredible shapes. More spectacular still is Capo Testa, 4km west of Santa Teresa, with its giant, wind-licked granite
boulders and trails threading through the scrub to rocky coves.
Golfo di Orosei:
the Gennargentu mountains collide spectacularly with the sea, the huge sweeping crescent of the Golfo di Orosei is no one-hit-wonder when it comes to beaches. Hike to Cala
Gonone to strike out along the coast on foot.
Nuragico di Tiscali:
half-day, 10.5 km hike takes you through a silent karst wilderness to the enigmatic Bronze Age settlement of Tiscali, accessible only by foot. Beginning at the Sa Barva bridge, the scenery is immediately spectacular,
with walls of limestone rising like an iron curtain above the Flumineddu River. A short final climb brings you to the eerie magnificence of the archaeological site of Tiscali, where skeletal ruins huddle in the twilight of a collapsed limestone cave. Survey
the verdant Lainattu Valley below and appreciate the overwhelming sense of calm.
Gola Su Gorropu:
Gola su Gorropu is an isolated and dramatic gorge, best reached on foot from the Genna ‘e Silana pass on route SS125. Allow four to five hours for the round-trip trek.
The 10.5 km trail threads past starkly eroded limestone slopes, rock pinnacles and cliffs pockmarked with caves. Gnarled holm oaks offer cool respite on hot days, but otherwise the landscape is raw and uncompromising. As you descend,
the view cracks open to reveal the entrance to the gorge.
The ravine has 400m-high walls of sheer limestone, which block out the sun and silence the world outside. above
the Gola Su Gorropu and is one of the hardest climbs on the island. Pine martens, golden eagles and mouflon can be spotted here at quieter times of the day.
One of the loveliest bays you’re ever likely to clap eyes on, best for hikers and climbers, Cala
Goloritze nestles in the southern crook of the Golfo di Orosei. The Aguglia, a 148m high needle of rock that towers over the beach, is a magnet for climbers.