Typically, ecotourism is the travel into the natural surroundings. Actually, it is more than that: the ecotravelers is who learn while travelling in local culture and wilderness areas. The knowledge is the strongest component of ecotourism. It shows how sustainable development can meet social, economic, and environmental needs of a region. The hope is that those taking such tours will influence attitudes and visions of people living in more industrialised nations..
Off-Road tours ( more info +39 335/5271069)All our excursions are organized and carried out according to the principles of sustainable tourism: we value local culture and products; we emphasize the naturalistic aspects linked to the conservation of plant and animal species; in no way will any disturbance or harm come to the animals or the environment.
Every group is accompanied by our environmental interpreters: not amateur guides, but experts with deep knowledge of the territory from every point of view (naturalistic, cultural, historical, mythological, and gastronomic), which will let you discover the multiple facets of the Sardinian island.
Sardinia is also famous as an island from the point of view of its extraordinary archaeology. The time period simultaneously most famous and most mysterious is that of the Nuraghic peoples. The nuragici left behind incredible evidence of their civilization: not just Nuraghe, that is, but also giants’ tombs, menhirs, dolmens, sacred springs, and domus de jana.
Voyage through the archaeology of the Sassarese: from the prehistoric altars to the Nuraghic villages.
This itinerary will let you discover three of the most important, unique archaeological realities of the Sassarese..
- Monte d’Accoddi is a pre-nuraghic area, unique in the entire Mediterranean basin, which has been compared to a Mesopotamian ziggurat because of its distinguishing features. .
- Anghelu Ruju is the second underground necropolis in all of Sardinia. It contains 37 tombs, some of them sculpted with great subtlety, with structures that recall the homes of the living and numerous magic and religious symbols.
- Palmavera, situated on the mountain of the same name at the interior of the Porto Conte Park, is a wonderful example of a Nuraghic village.
Our staff is passionate about nature photography and for this reason knows the Sardinian territory even from this point of view. If you share this passion or if you’re a professional photographer or documentarian, come with us to the more suggestive corners of the island.
The birdwatcher is a person who loves to observe birds in their natural habitat as a hobby. Sardinia is an ideal location to practice birdwatching since it is home to 330 species of birds – some migratory and only observable at certain times of the year, others permanent residents.
“Cheese and Wine” tour.
This itinerary will help you discover two integral worlds of the Sardinian island: that of the farmers, milk, and production of cheese, traditional pasta and sweet, and that of the vineyards and wine. Cheese and wine, two treats that have never been missing from the Sardinian culinary tradition.
Do you want to discover a new way to enjoy the sea? On board of Aria – 9.30mt OceanWays, with the crew of biologists, dive guides and experts in photography, you will:
- Live the experience of dolphin watching and guided snorkeling
- Have a swim in the most beautiful spots in the Alghero sea
- Discover the coast from the sea and learn about its origin and history
- Have a taste of delicious local food and wines
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