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Touring Sardinia without a car? Yes, you read it correctly! This tour will allow you to enjoy and discover what Sardinia has to offer without a car, stay in small charming hotels, meet locals, learn about Sardinia history and culture, and enjoy Sardinia sea and nature. Experience an unforgettable, safe, and hassle-free holiday with Travel Motus as their tours are the result of many years in the business, accurately researching, and carefully planning. Return home with full of memories!
Airport transfer included: Cagliari Elmas Airport
While in Cagliari, you will stay in a nautical-colonial-style hotel, a renewed historic villa from the 30’, inspired by the Italian Rationalism, facing the Mediterranean Sea for two nights. Your second home away from home is a rustic-style property owned by Samuel, a young businessman from Gergei. You will spend the fourth night in a gorgeous historic house, just a few minutes from the Sinis Peninsula.
In Cala Gonole, you will stay two nights in a charming and friendly hotel located in a panoramic position a few meters from the central beach and the marina. For the rest of your stay in Alghero, enjoy a modern four-star hotel located just five minutes walking from the touristic port and the fascinating old district.
Upon arrival, you will be met and privately escorted to Poetto Beach, one of the most enticing spots to relax all along the year for both locals and tourists. Its shallow and clean turquoise water stretches for some five miles, and the beach is lined with cafés, restaurants, shops, snack stands, cycling, walking and running lane, and parks. Enjoy your stay in a nautical-colonial-style hotel, a renewed historic villa from the 30’s, inspired by the Italian Rationalism, facing the Mediterranean Sea.
Your day will begin immediately with a full immersion in the city of Angel’s Gulf on a comfortable romantic Ape Calessino (included). The best way to discover the heart of the old city with its two thousand years of history with archaeological remains, superb churches, and several fine museums. A cosmopolitan working city surrounds an evocative medieval center where taverns and restaurants casually spill out onto the many cobbled piazzas. Relax on the beach in the afternoon.
Today, you’ll leave Cagliari for the archaeological tour of the Italian Stonehenge. You’ll take a pleasant walk in the park of Pranu Muteddu, tombs from neolithic age bordered by two or three circles of stones with access corridors consisting of stones slabs set edge to edge. The ticket costs 4 EUR per adult per guided visit.
Later on, en route to the "red giant" Nuraghe Arrubiu, a magnificent nuraghe in red colors, on the plateau called Su Pranu. The entrance fee is 4 EUR per adult per guided visit. Your second home away from home on this tour is a rustic-style property. Samuel, the young owner, runs the activity with his family in Gergei.
Home-baked bread always tastes better - and you’ll prove it. On this fun, educational one-day cookery course, Samuel’s mom will show you how to make fresh bread at home. Later on, you’ll visit a friendly winemaker of the region. In the afternoon, depart to your next stop, Riola Sardo, a cozy small farming town for an unforgettable stay in a gorgeous historic house, just a few minutes from the Sinis Peninsula.
Way to your next stop, Orosei. On route, explore the village of Orgosolo, an open-air gallery of arts, which is famous for its Cubist murals. This mural tradition started around the late 1960's or early 1970's when student protest was beginning to question decades of social oppression and injustice. You will overnight in a charming and friendly hotel in Cala Gonone, located in a panoramic position a few meters from the central beach and the marina.
Cala Gonone in the East Sardinia is no doubt one of the most beautiful places still untouched in Sardinia. Wild beaches and dramatic view of the limestone cliffs and caves meeting turquoise blue water create a scenery of the uninhabited island. A great choice of activities is waiting for you.
Rent your own boat (you won’t need a license, about 80 EUR including gas) or take a guided excursion with a small group of 10 to 12 person (about 35 EUR) to visit the beaches of the area and Bue Marino Caves. If you are a walking lover, take a self-guided trail following the coast on the shoulder of the mountain, in and out of little canyons, for seven kilometers, to the beach of Cala Luna.
Sardinian legend claims that Costa Smeralda is the birthplace of the wind. The famed "Emerald Coast" area is known for the resort created by the Aga Khan, who discovered it in the 1960's when his yacht came ashore to weather a storm. A scenic drive leads you through the coastal village of Porto Cervo, the crown jewel of the Emerald Coast.
Discover the dueling charms of the fashionable boutiques tucked behind earth-toned shop fronts and the natural port where the yachts of the rich and famous anchor. Continue on to Alghero. You’ll be staying in a modern four-star hotel located just five minutes walking from the touristic port and the fascinating old district.
You will visit the old district, strongly influenced by Aragonese culture from which the city draws its fascinating architectural, artistic, and linguistic heritage. The charming little-cobbled lanes lead to a lovely promenade, which is adorned with ramparts and towers dating back to the 16th century. You’ve got a free afternoon to explore around and buy some last-minute souvenirs. For dinner, taste the local seafood.
Private transfer to the airport.
This culinary and cultural tour will take place in Sardinia, Italy. This is one of the most scenic parts of Europe with a beautiful rocky coast, islands everywhere, and the Mediterranean at its most emerald green. Interspersed among the rocks are seductive beaches that are sometimes pelted by dry winds.
Sardinia (in Latin and English, Sardegna in Italian, Sardigna, Sardinna, or Sardinnia in the Sardinian language, Sardenya in Catalan) is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, at the center of the basin, directly south of Corsica (France) but north of Tunisia. It has an area of 24,090 square kilometers and a population of 1.6 million. It was called "Ichnusa" by the Phoenicians and "Sandalyon" by the Greeks because of its unique footprint shape.
Daily breakfast is included in the standard package.
Please book your flights to arrive at Cagliari Elmas Airport (CAG). Transfer from this airport is included in the price. Travel Motus will pick you up at the airport. Direct flights, low-cost, and regular airlines are available from many European airports.
There are also ferries from mainland Italy and Southern France.
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