The Italian island of Sardinia is a Mediterranean gem, with a unique culture, language and history as well as spectacular scenery.
This trip will see you kayaking around the isolated and serene Gulf of Orosei (with almost 32 kilometres of coastline), Capo Caccia and La Maddalena Archipelago, with brilliantly clear turquoise waters, pristine beaches and giant sea caves all on offer. Hike the limestone peaks and canyons of the Supramonte, and indulge in fantastic Italian cuisine and wines along the way.
Kayaking through the stunning and isolated Golfo di Orosei, nearly 20 miles of beaches, grottos and giant sea caves backed by steep cliffs and a nature reserve that keeps the area quiet from tourists
Hiking the Supramonte, a dramatic complex of limestone peaks and canyons, including the Gorropu Gorge, often billed as “Europe’s Grand Canyon” and is UNESCO World Heritage Site
Journeying to the medieval walled city of Catalan-speaking Alghero, including a tight-knit lattice of cobbled streets and a taste of Spain in Italy
Visiting small wineries to sample the distinctive terroirs of Sardinia’s ancient Vermentino and Cannonau grape varietals