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Sardinia: Cala Luna Boat Tour With Grotta del Fico Visit.

1. Sardinia: Cala Luna Boat Tour With Grotta del Fico Visit.

Cala Luna and Grotta del Fico boat tour will be made it with an 24 meter length comfortable sightseeing boat, that can easy accomodate max 150 peole onboard, but it has been authorized to transport max 250 people, so pleanty of room inside to enjoy your day off at the Sardinia Natural Park. You'll see the best part of Sardinia, with more then 20 miles of sightseeings cruise, 3 stops at the most beatiful mediterranean beaches, 1 hour and 30 minutes each, Cala Mariolu, Cala Luna and Cala Sisine. Plus the visit at Grotta del Fico, will definetely highlight your holiday in Sardinia! A nature wonder in Europe, located along the Coast of Baunei in between Cala Mariolu and Cala Biriala, where inside it’s possible to admire what Nature has build in millenniums, you can also photograph two amazing reproductions of the Mediterranean Monk Seal. Get ready for this experience! Toilets, Bar and limited 50 people pre-booked only Sardinian restaurant seats are available on board.

Dorgali: Traditional Sardinian Meal with Wine Tasting

2. Dorgali: Traditional Sardinian Meal with Wine Tasting

Experience a traditional Sardinian meal during this delectable experience in Dorgali. Enjoy specialty appetizers, followed by a first course, second course, and dessert. Toast to your meal with 3 glasses of Cannonau wine. During your meal, immerse yourself in enchanting natural scenery, from the mountains to the sea to rural landscapes. Spend an evening of discoveries, smells, and tastes, all founded in the goodness of Cannonau wine. To make sure you don't miss anything, the Sardinian "black gold" will also be served to accompany the dishes you will taste and to enrich the typical menu of the Strada del Vino Cannonau, made of appetizers, a first course, second course, dessert, and wine. Wine, which has always been part of the Italian tradition, is an inevitable drink on Sardinian tables. Its importance, both culinary and historical, dates to the time of Sardinian ancestors who, as evidenced by numerous archaeological finds in Sardinia, were skilled winemakers. Since Roman times, Dorgali has been known as the land of vineyards. Here, owning a vineyard has become a tradition, since wine is not only a drink of family and friendship, but also the symbol of a wealth that comes from the hard work of wine growers and traditions handed down over the years.

Sardinia: Oddoene Valley E-Bike Tour + Local Product Tasting

3. Sardinia: Oddoene Valley E-Bike Tour + Local Product Tasting

Meet your guide and head to the Oddoene Valley. Drive past olive groves and take in the imposing silhouette of the Supramonte mountains. Once you reach the Rio Flumineddu at the bottom of the valley, head out on your e-bike tour. Ride past beautiful natural pools and waterfalls. Make your way through a dirt path along the typical vineyards of Cannonau. Discover the traces left over the millennia by the people who inhabited the Oddoene Valley. See a Domus di Janas tomb dating back to 4000 B.C., the ruins of the Giants' Tomb dating back to 1500 B.C., a Nuraghe built on a granite hillock, and the Madonna del Buon Cammino Church dating back to 1600. Enjoy an aperitif with local products before ending your e-bike tour.

Cala Gonone: Full-Day Diving Trip in The Gulf of Orosei

4. Cala Gonone: Full-Day Diving Trip in The Gulf of Orosei

Discover the Gulf of Orosei on a diving expedition from Cala Gonone. Explore the underwater beauty of this marine oasis known for its white-sand beaches & clear waters. Start the experience at the diving center. Meet your instructor for a short briefing. Try on the diving equipment. Learn the exercises to be repeated underwater and understand the rules to be adopted during the dive. You can also undergo the briefing and equipment trial a day before the activity. Reach the port of Cala Gonone in a few minutes by boat. Load the boat with all the necessary equipment and start navigating towards the first dive site of the day. With the help of the staff, prepare your equipment and get dressed. Once ready to enter the water, dive in and discover the magic of the marine world of the Gulf of Bue Marino. Make 2 first dives, each lasting about 30-60 minutes, depending on the depth and air consumption, interspersed with a break. At the end of the second dive, find yourself at a scenic beach on the gulf. Disembark together with all the divers and enjoy 2.5 hours of relaxation time over lunch. After the stop, move on to discover the third dive site. On the way back, stop for a swim in front of one of the beautiful beaches of the Gulf of Orosei. At the end of an adventurous day, return to the port by boat. Be rewarded for all your efforts at the diving center with a completion certificate.

From Orosei: Tiscali Mountain & Nuragic Village Hike

5. From Orosei: Tiscali Mountain & Nuragic Village Hike

Start the tour with pickup from your hotel in Orosei, Sos Alinos, Galtelli, Cala Gonone, Dorgali or Oliena, then set off for the Lanaitho Valley. Begin the hike with a gentle walk through oak trees and Mediterranean scrubland.  Then, follow the path as it climbs the slopes of the mountain passing majestic Juniper trees and more imposing oaks. When you reach the top, pay a visit to a rocky cave and admire the ruins of the Nuragic village. Learn about the ancient Sardinians who used to live in this remote area. After the tour inside the cave, continue walking along the ridge of Monte Tiscali - the most scenic part of the trek. Be enchanted by the wonderful views all around and find a scenic location for your picnic lunch, either immersed in the woods or overlooking the valley from a panoramic rocky terrace. Finally, return back to the starting point and enjoy a convenient return transfer back to your hotel. If you prefer, ask the driver to drop you off at another location on the route back.

Nuoro Province: Trekking Trip to Gulf of Orosei & Cala Luna

6. Nuoro Province: Trekking Trip to Gulf of Orosei & Cala Luna

Cala Luna is the jewel of the Golfo di Orosei and one of the most popular beaches in Sardinia. To begin, you will be picked up from your accommodation in Nuoro Province. The excursion starts from the heights and heads towards the coast.  Walk down the wide canyon of Codula di Luna and take fantastic pictures of breath-taking views on your way. You will be able to walk the paths excavated by the charcoal burners and discover the richness of Mediterranean flora and fauna. Upon arrival, enjoy a break on the beach and go swimming in the crystal clear waters. Once at the beach, you can choose to return by foot or by boat. The ferry transfer can be booked on spot.

Cala Gonone: Dinghy Rental in the Gulf of Orosei with Lunch

7. Cala Gonone: Dinghy Rental in the Gulf of Orosei with Lunch

Be your own Captain and enjoy the coastline of Sardinia at your own pace. Rent a rubber dinghy for up to 6 people from the port of Cala Gonone. Get a bottle of local wine and lunch with your rental to cruise with convenience. Sail southwards from Cala Gonone, exploring the Gulf of Orosei, Sardinia’s northeastern paradise. See spectacular coves, beaches, and caves on the way. Admire these natural treasures up close at various stops and enjoy the clear, blue sea. Make your way to the unspoiled and wild Cala Goloritzé. Marvel at a transparent seabed, awash with turquoise waters flowing from underwater karst springs. Look at marble rocks emerging from the sea and the imposing cliffs around. Smell the Mediterranean scrub in the air amidst wild vegetation from a forest of holm oaks. Sip on wine and savor the rice salad, cordon bleu, fruit, and biscuits provided to you. Soak in the picturesque scenery on your ride back after a relaxing day on the boat.

Dorgali: Trek to Gorropu with Panoramic Views

8. Dorgali: Trek to Gorropu with Panoramic Views

Meet your guide in Orosei or Dorgali before starting the adventure with some off-road driving to descend into the valley where the trek path begins. The hike starts with some water wading through the Flumineddu river to enter the woodland area formed of Old Oaks, Arbutus and Mediterranean shrubs. Walk along the cliffs of Monte Oddeu and arrive at the entrance to the Gorroppu gorge in less than 2 hours. Admire the incredible rocky walls which rise for more than 400 meters over the dry river bed, making this gorge one of the deepest canyons in Europe. Today the canyon is a natural border between the Italian territories of Urzulei and Orgosolo. The canyon was formed when the Flumineddu river excavated the Jurassic limestone that formed when Sardinia was covered by the sea. Learn from your guide how the marine rocks are full of fossils from ammonites, fish and algae found in the area, and hopefully catch a glimpse of such an artifact. During the trek, discover the unique micro climate of the canyon that allowed the giant growth of the trees including the Phyllirea and the Old Yew. As you continue on the hike, the path becomes harder and harder, you may have to use your hands to proceed through the boulders. When it is no longer possible to go further, it’s time to head back.

Cagliari: Full-Day Tour of Cala Luna & Sea Oxen Grottoes

9. Cagliari: Full-Day Tour of Cala Luna & Sea Oxen Grottoes

Here, once reigned “sea oxen” as the locals used to call monk seals due to their tapered shape and tame behavior like that of an ox. These magnificent mammals, now (maybe) extinct, gave their name to a marvel of nature: the Sea Oxen Grottoes (Grotte del Bue Marino), since the 50s one of the main attractions of the Gulf of Orosei, in particular Cala Gonone in Dorgali territory. Today, it is a favorite destination among nature lovers, and the ideal union between sea and mountain, as they are part of the karst system of Codula di Luna, Italy’s largest 70 kilometer of tunnels in the bowels of Gennargentu. Its majestic entrance, formed by two arches over the sea, is located 2 kilometers away from splendid Cala Luna. The marine caves are 15 kilometers long in total and divided into two main branches. The northern branch, fossilized due to the interrupted karstic activity, is not accessible to the public. However, you will also be able to visit the southern branch thanks to illuminated causeways for about 900 meters. Speleologists are allowed to explore an additional 4 kilometers (of the overall 5 of this branch). Seawater penetrates the wide hall, and countless little ponds of sweet water from subterraneous rivers abound, separated from sandy beaches filled with concrete formations. The tourist itinerary among stalactites and stalagmites will offer an extraordinary color spectacle, thanks to the light beams penetrating it. You cannot help but gasp in awe at the long shadows projected onto the waters of a subterranean saltwater lake with more than one square kilometer of surface.  The cave is also famous for esoteric rock paintings, dated back to the Neolithic, illustrating a circle of people around what is supposedly a representation of the sun. The walk finishes in the seal beach – these sea mammals once came here to mate and have their cubs. The visit will be led by expert guides and last about 1-hour. Leaving the Cala Gonone Harbor for an amazing boat tour until the caves. After the visit, it will be possible to stop at the Cala Luna for swimming in this little slice of paradise.

Dorgali: Visit to Park Museum & Wine Tasting Walking Tour

10. Dorgali: Visit to Park Museum & Wine Tasting Walking Tour

Experience Dorgali with a guided visit to a local Park Museum. Journey through a trail of vegetation, lakes, waterfalls and domestic farm animals. Taste local produce and enjoy wine tasting in a local restaurant. Begin with a guided tour of the Parco Museo, created from the renovation of an old farm, transformed into the largest ethnographic museum in Sardinia. Walk a 400-metre-long trail through megalithic passages, ancient trees, Mediterranean vegetation, small lakes and waterfalls. See a real farm with domestic and wild animals, the perfect setting for children. Have the opportunity to taste typical local products, platters of cold meats, cheeses and drink the famous Cannonau wine.  Make your own way to the Ispinigoli restaurant, about 4 km from the Park Museum, for a wine tasting. Surround yourself within the greenery of the vineyard and be guided to the discovery of Sardinian oenology. Taste three labels, a sparkling wine, a white wine and a red wine, accompanied by local products.

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What people are saying about Dorgali

Fantastic experience that allowed us to get to know Sardinia even more outside the beach. The guide proved to be very competent. After picking us up in the village, we left in his jeep, we started the trek to the slopes of the mountain, reached and visited the archaeological site of Tiscali and then we started the descent. Come prepared: hiking shoes and adventurous attitude!

The experience was truly excellent, with the guides being thoughtful to reorganise this trip when some unpredictable circumstances occurred. Both the way up and down were truly beautiful and not that hard to do. the visit to the archaeological site was insightful and I did appreciate our guide pointing out mountains, canyons and plants that we would find along the way.