From the heart of Iglesias you will plunge into the iconic coastline with a glimpse of the Pan di Zucchero.
Two stops not to be missed if you love the Mediterranean maquis and the Sardinian sea.
From the mysterious caves of Su Mannau on the way to a mining village and down through Europe’s longest cave driveway.
A journey into nature that will leave you breathless!
From the enchanting caves of Is Zuddas to the seafront pine forest of Candiani, through vineyards, ponds and sand dunes.
The hinterland you don’t expect!
Yes, Sardinia also has forests and mountains, waterfalls, deer and wild boar. If you are not afraid to ford a river, these stages are for you!
If you meet a fox at the Posada of Monti Mannu, don’t worry, it lives there.
Why is a German-style ‘castle’ in the middle of a mining village? You will find it out after you recover from the wonderful view of the Piscinas waterfall.
Sea and mines, a winning combination!
Sant’Antioco is a wonderful island, so much nature and so much sea. On the way to Carbonia you can admire the flamingos that inhabit the lagoon.
In Carbonia, a visit to the mine with a descent underground is highly recommended!
From the mining site of Masua, a route with a view of the Pan di Zucchero will take you to Buggerru, formerly known as ‘Little Paris’, and then on to the wild deserted beaches of the west coast.
Stages for those who love adventure
From the beach of Portixeddu, a nice walk on the sand to the beach of Piscinas, and then on to the mining villages to discover what columnar basalts are.
If you pass by the knife museum you can see the world’s largest knife.
Snow-capped mountains in southern Sardinia? It would seem so, but before you get there, you have to start from a medieval village frequently used for filming, maybe you will recognise it!
Very varied stages, between nature and mines.
A beautiful route through mountains, forests, caves, surrounded by nature and far from civilisation.
If you want to unplug for a few days, you cannot miss it.
Here it is, the most famous coast of Sulcis, the coast of mines! Are you a fan of extreme selfies? Here you will not be disappointed.
Every evening spectacular sunsets over the water… not bad, right?
From the town most famous for tuna fishing, where you can visit the ancient “tonnara”, to the coast of the mines, passing by a beautiful nuraghe.
Have you ever been inside a nuraghe? Maybe it’s time to make up for it…
Since you’ll be leaving from Masua, why don’t you first visit Porto Flavia? A spectacular mining site, I dare you not to take a photo from the balcony overlooking the Pan di Zucchero! And what about the view of Buggerru? And the deserted beaches? And the incredible Montevecchio mine? You have to experience it!