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Costa Smeralda & Gallura
Prices are generally for the whole group and not per person (except for tours including meals and other entrance fees to attractions included in the tour).
Variations (+ or -) may apply depending on the number of people and will be calculated at the time of booking.
From the granite of the "nuraghi" to the granite of the luxury resorts of Costa Smeralda
About this tour...
An introduction to the Province of GALLURA, and also to Sardinia. A journey back through time, 5000 years of history in half a day, starting with the gigantic mushroom-shaped rock of ARZACHENA and the prehistoric Nuraghe LA PRISCIONA and its village; then the picturesque village of SAN PANTALEO, set between peaks of granite. This little old town still retains the typical style of the ancient villages of Gallura.
We will go to the COSTA SMERALDA with its capital PORTO CERVO, where we will visit La Piazza, the Old Port and the church of Stella Maris. After BAJA SARDINIA, we will visit Forte Capellini, which in the XIX century was an important fortress dedicated to the defence of north Sardinia. Now, under the name of PHI BEACH, is one of the most fashionable bar-restaurants-disco of the COSTA SMERALDA.
In Olbia, just at the exit of the passengers terminal and, if authorized by the cruise ship directly at the pier
What is included
- the pick up and drop off from all ports mentioned above, or any other place in the province of Olbia - Tempio.
Small bottles of mineral water are provided for free.
What is extra
- The ticket for the nuraghe "La Prisciona"
This Tour is available in:
Wheel chair friendly
Type of transportation
English, Fançais, Italiano
Yes it is kids friendly
Fiat Scudo Panorama Executive 9 pax,
air conditioned with outlet air nozzles for every seat.
Meet your guide
Hello, my name is Matteo, I am a native Sardinian and I've lived most of my life in this beautiful island, except for a couple of years in London and 6 months in Australia and France. I've also worked (as a civilian) for more than 8 years in an important international NATO base in the south of Sardinia.
I have a Master's degree in foreign languages (English and French) but at the university I've also studied Sardinian language, Sardinian history and traditions. I've also attended many courses of Sardinian Archaeology, due to the vast number of prehistoric monuments we have in the island.
Sardinia sometimes is compared to a continent, for its variety of landscapes, cultures, languages and traditions. I would be very happy to present you my island in all its diversities and originality. We Sardinians love our island, we consider it as a very beautiful, special and fascinating island and we are ready to show you around and demonstrate that our love is fully justified.