FIAT 500 City Tour Cagliari
Sightseeing on a vintage Fiat 500.
Get on board! We will easily drive you through history, personalities and unique views of Cagliari. Our trusty legendary steed FIAT 500 will dash across those boring groups listening to “a long-playing record” and head to the narrow streets of Castello or to the seafront cool breeze.Info and Prices
Nora & Capo Spartivento
We will visit the ruins of the ancient Phoenician, Punic and then Roman city of Nora, part of Sardinia’s archaeological heritage, located in the headland called Capo di Pula, in the Southwest coast of the island. Passing by charming coves and beaches, we will then hike along the trail leading to the lighthouse of Capo Spartivento, surrounded by the Mediterranean maquis.Info and Prices
Barumini & Giara
A whole day dedicated to archaeology and nature! We will visit the most important and impressive archaeological site of the island, unearthed during the first excavation campaign in 1950. The mystery surrounding the Nuragic Civilisation in Sardinia is somewhat fascinating, as well as the around 600 small horses, unique in their kind throughout the world, living in the Giara, a basaltic plateau in the historic region of Marmilla: the historic region with an immense variety of vistas and distinctive features.Info and Prices
An experience unique of its kind: a whole day in close contact with the local population of a small town at the heart of Sardinia! We will hike in the woods, learn how to prepare some traditional delicacies and visit the scattered museum of Aritzo.Info and Prices
Mamoiada & Orgosolo
A whole day dedicated to the heritage and culinary & wine traditions of two among the most popular towns in Sardinia: Orgosolo and Mamoiada. The EU excellence Mediterranean Masks Museum, as well as the many family-owned Cannonau wineries in Mamoiada will definitely be part of our tour. Then, let us feast our eyes on Orgosolo and its murals, an icon of contemporary Sardinia.Info and Prices
The best way to visit Cagliari is a sightseeing tour of the natural areas around the city and a stroll along its historic centre. Experience one of Mediterranean’s most ancient cities, with its narrow alleys and its exceptional food & wine.Info and Prices
Wine Tour Experience
A day at the vineyards.
In the most recent years, Sardinia has boasted an excellent production of fine wines. The culture of wine is deeply rooted in Sardinia’s history and traditions, and this tour allows you to meet local winegrowers and makers, the artists behind a wine’s strength and weakness.Info and Prices
Sant’Antioco & Calasetta
Island within the island.
Sant’Antioco and Calasetta are two hidden gems in the island of Sant’Antioco. The former was probably built upon the ruins of the most ancient human settlement of Sardinia. The latter was founded in 1770 by the Savoy King ruling Sardinia at that time. This small island has unique distinctive features you won’t want to miss, such as archaeological sites from different ages (Nuragic, Phoenician and Punic, Roman), catacombs and fortresses. During summer, Sant’Antioco is the favourite destination of countless tourists.Info and Prices