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A handy guidebook describing 50 day walks on the island of Sardinia. The routes explore the north east of Sardinia, including the Ogliastra coast and the Gennergentu mountains further inland. These are the highest, wildest and most dramatic parts of Sardinia. Much of the walking is tough, with some scrambling involved.
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This guide explores 50 walks in the highest and wildest regions of Sardinia. The island lies in the Mediterranean, off the west coast of Italy and south of Corsica. It has long attracted visitors to its beaches, but what of the walking? This guide unlocks the remote and secret potential of the island's mountains and coastline away from the bustle of the resorts.
The walks described in this guide uncover the cliff coastline of Ogliastra, and the mountainous inland areas of Supramonte and Gennargentu. It is only in recent years that these areas have become walkable with the paths being cleared and waymarked. Now the rugged beauty of the coast and the macchia-covered hillsides and rocky mountain summits are waiting and ready to be explored.
This guidebook is an ideal companion to exploring the wild, mountain potential in Sardinia. The routes range from shorter, easier rambles to more challenging walks, ensuring that there are routes for all abilities. As well as detailed route descriptions, the guide includes practical information on travel to and around Sardinia, language and currency, accommodation, mountain safety and details on the many sights along the way.
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|Trees and flowers|
|The national park|
|Getting to Sardinia|
|Getting around Sardinia|
|Health and safety|
|Food and drink|
|Walking in Sardinia|
|Where to stay|
|What to take|
|When to go|
|Waymarking and access|
|Maps of Sardinia|
|Using this guide|
|1 Monte Ortobene from Nuoro|
|2 Monte Corrasi from Oliena|
|3 Punta Ortu Camminu and Sos Nidos|
|4 Punta Cusidore from Nostra Signora di Monserrata|
|5 Tiscali from Valle di Lanaittu|
|6 Tiscali via Scala de Surtana|
|7 Gola de Su Gorropu|
|8 Dorgali, Monte Bardia and Cala Gonone|
|9 Dorgali and Cala Gonone|
|10 Genna ‘e Petta and Sa Portiscra|
|11 Codula Luna and Cala Gonone|
|12 Cala Sisine, Cala Luna and Cala Gonone|
|13 Giustizieri and Sa Coronas|
|14 Genna Silana to Genna Croce|
|15 Coile Orbisi and Sa Pischina|
|16 Fennau, Televai and Urzulei|
|17 Talana and Nuraghe Bau e Tanca|
|18 Monte Olinie to Coe Serra|
|19 Talana and Coe Serra|
|20 Sa Mola and Paule Munduge|
|21 Santa Maria Navarrese and Monte Oro|
|22 Baunei and Punta Giradili|
|23 Irbidossili and Cala Goloritzè|
|24 Golgo and Cala Goloritzè|
|25 Serra Ovara and Cala Sisine|
|26 Genna Sesole to Golgo|
|27 Genna Ramene to Golgo|
|28 Triei and Osono|
|29 Perda Pera and Monte Arista|
|30 Ulassai, Canyon and Punta Matzeu|
|31 Ulassai and Baulassa|
|32 Osini and Nuraghe Serbissi|
|33 Taquisara and Is Tostoinus|
|34 Perda Liana from Genna Filigi|
|35 Laconi and Santa Sofia|
|36 Funtanamela and Gurduxiones|
|37 Punta la Marmora from S'Arena|
|38 Punta la Marmora from Bruncu Spina|
|39 Punta la Marmora from Cuile Meriagus|
|40 Arcu Guddetorgiu and Girgini|
|41 Monte Spada from Genna Luddurreo|
|42 Tonara and Punta Muggianeddu|
|43 Bauerì, Passo Perdu Abes and Tonara|
|44 Meana Sardo to Aritzo|
|45 Aritzo and Geratzia|
|46 Teti and S'Urbale|
|47 Teti and Craru Eridunele|
|48 Sorradile and Monte Cresia|
|49 Sedilo to Ponte Fiume Taloro|
|50 Sedilo and Nuraghe Iloi|
|Appendix A Route summary table|
|Appendix B Glossary|
|Appendix C Useful contacts|