Central Sardinia

Central Sardinia is perfect for a holiday off the beaten path of mass tourism. Active or relaxing holidays, immersed in nature and full of history. Discover the wildest part of the island. You are in the heart of the Gennargentu and Supramonte mountains. What to do and what to see in the rough central Sardinia.


Oristano is a destination still far from mass tourism offering beautiful and rough landscapes. The surroundings are full of ponds, vineyards and amazing beaches. The wild coast, extends for 100 kilometers and includes cliffs beaten by the mistral and small inlets. The charm of the Sinis Peninsula, part of a natural oasis located near Cabras. The territory is characterized by rocks shaped by the sea, such as S’Archittu. To appreciate the complexity of the Sardinia history, you cannot miss Nuraghe Losa, one of the most impressive Nuraghi. The ancient city of Tharros, at the extreme tip of the coast is one of the most important in the Mediterranean.

The best beaches in Oristano

  • Is Arutas
  • Mari Ermi
  • Torre Grande
  • Torre dei Corsari

Is Arutas and Mari Ermi are made of small quartz crystals coming from the the granite island of Mal di Ventre.

What to see in Oristano area

  • Bosa
  • Santu Lussurgiu
  • S’archittu
  • San Giovanni di Sinis
  • Arborea

What to do in Oristano area

  • Tharros
  • Fordongianus Roman thermal baths
  • Giara di Gesturi

Nuoro and Barbagia

Enclosed between the sea and the mountains, the province of Nuoro and Ogliastra in recent years have rightfully entered the tourist itineraries of Sardinia. From an archaeological point of view, the area boasts numerous Nuraghi, Domus de Janas, Sacred Springs, Tombs of the Giants and Menhirs

What to see around Nuoro

  • Oliena
  • Orgosolo
  • Mamoiada
  • Lollove
  • Bitti
  • Onanì
  • Fonni
  • Aritzo

What to do around Nuoro

Ogliastra and the Orosei Gulf

The most important villages of the Ogliastra province includes Cala Gonone, Arbatax, Baunei and Santa Maria Navarrese. Wild beaches, real jewels of the Mediterranean, follow one another for kilometers divided by cliffs that fall sheer into the sea. The beaches of Cala Goloritzè, Cala Luna, Cala Sisine, Cala Mariolu are wonderful and without any need for presentation. The Gulf of Orosei, in addition to beautiful stretches of coast, with beaches hidden among the rocks, offers excellent opportunities for excursions on foot, by bicycle, on horseback, off-road vehicles and boat trips.

The beaches of the Orosei Gulf

  • Cala Luna
  • Cala Mariolu
  • Cala Goloritzé
  • Cala Sisine

What to see in the Ogliastra area

  • Orosei
  • Cala Gonone
  • Dorgali
  • Baunei
  • Santa Maria Navarrese
  • Arbatax
  • Tortolì
  • Lanusei