We know very well how important it is to create a travel itinerary and how many factors interfere in all this. Sardinia is to be lived intensely through the discovery of places and connections capable of arousing emotion in a holiday full of value . The web is vast , the news is often misleading , time is short : planning an itinerary is a job , built on the basis of subjective needs. (10 days Sardinia itinerary)

Planning an itinerary is our job, knowing your tastes, your needs and your needs are essential to show you and recommend the best for your holiday. We are for experiential tourism , our goal is to give you an intimate , unique , unrepeatable experience that has an incredible emotional and social impact. Relying on local experts like us for the creation of the itinerary, whether it is 5, 10 or 20 days, is the best solution to make you experience authentic Sardinia.

Through this post we want to give you a gift. We focused on a recommended 10-day itinerary in Sardinia that you can do by car, motorbike or even in a camper (it will be a crazy emotion). It will not matter where you start from, this path it will only be indicative so as not to make you miss the most beautiful beaches of Sardinia and try to discover the beauties of our island. Remember, these are just small tips, the real itinerary and the detailed one will be what we will do for you if you contact us, advice on hidden and off-the-beaten-path pearls, breathtaking coastal areas, archaeological sites and much more.

Let's start talking about this 10-day itinerary in Sardinia. Below is a diagram regarding days and locations, let's start immediately. PS: Interested only in the southern part? Or the North one? Take a look at the bottom of the page.

Sardinia itinerary 10 days


DAY 1/2: Alghero, La Pelosa and Castelsardo

Starting from Alghero, it is of absolute importance to visit not only the Catalan town, a beautiful historic center , but also the outline present in that area from Capo Caccia to Stintino . The itinerary we recommend is a route that goes from the north for about 45 km, you will have the opportunity to see some of the most beautiful beaches like in the area hospital , some natural pools present in the coastal coast, small beaches along the road up to one of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean: La Pelosa.

It will take you a couple of days, even having time, possibly, to do some activities in case of favorable weather conditions such as surfing, kite surfing, wind surfing since the west and north west are the most exposed to the wind that dominates the island, the mistral. Alghero is a beautiful city, visiting its historic center and discovering the magnificent Catalan influence will be of enormous value. The small village of Castelsardo , about 1 hour from Alghero and located along the north coast. This is our base, from here start some magnificent trips by land branded Travel Planner Family, between nature, hinterland, food and wine, tradition and history: contact us or visit the page Excursions in Alghero

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DAY 3: Archipelago of La Maddalena

The Archipelago of La Maddalena is undoubtedly considered one of the most evocative landscapes not only of Sardinia but of the whole Mediterranean Sea. Impossible not to include this magnificent place in your itinerary in Sardinia, between the intense scents of the Mediterranean scrub and the incredible transparency of the sea. The Archipelago of La Maddalena is a magical place . Only a dip in the crystal clear waters and a walk on the fine white sand can make you understand the amazing beauty that this corner of Sardinia offers to the visitor. There is so much to see in this area and we recommend that you experience it through a full day boat excursion. Also worth a visit is the town with the port of departure for the archipelago, namely Palau among typical seafood dishes and murals in the historic center.

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DAY 4: Gulf of Orosei

A paradise, perhaps the paradise par excellence and a must in Eastern Sardinia. The Gulf of Orosei has a coastal extension of over 40 km in which beaches of fine sand and rocky inlets alternate, dominated by imposing limestone bastions covered by luxuriant Mediterranean scrub and centuries-old woods. A breathtaking panorama, seen through an on the road itinerary and in which the green of the vegetation contrasts with the crystalline blue of the waters below, is a picture of rare beauty. We recommend an excursion by boat in the morning and then dedicate yourself to visiting some magnificent villages in the hinterland, including Supramonte , canti a tenore and typical gastronomy.

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DAY 5/6: Villasimius and Cagliari

Those who stop in Villasimius usually do so to visit the neighboring beaches. The whole coastal area is a set of colors that intertwine giving life to real travel postcards . The beaches are truly terrestrial paradises, with clear and polychromatic waters, granite rocks, white sands with lagoons behind them, Villasimius is worth seeing, exploring, living.

Beyond the coastal area of Villasimius , a visit to the most important city in Sardinia is worth considering for many points of view. First of all it is the university and archiepiscopal seat, a city with a thousand-year history, the historical administrative center of the island and its tourist port is of fundamental importance since it carries out tourist, commercial and industrial functions. Without a doubt, between the historic center and the magnificent park of Molentargius , Cagliari wins a day's visit during your 10-day itinerary.

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DAY 7/8: Islands of San Pietro and Sant'Antioco

The Island of San Pietro is of clear volcanic origin with high, rocky coasts and which hides fantastic inlets with sandy parts. The Sardinian coast that goes from Portoscuso (a small port city that connects Carloforte on the island of San Pietro with Sardinia via ferries and boats) to the north is very rich. History, wild nature and places in some ways unexplored by mass tourism.

At least one day must be dedicated to the beautiful island of Sant'Antioco , connected to Sardinia by an artificial isthmus. Archaeological sites, both for some beautiful beaches and above all for the relaxed and happy air that reigns throughout the territory. It lives through the resources of fishing, salt and agriculture and is represented through the main town, Sant'Antioco. The villages of Calasetta, Maladroxia and Cussorgia are also magnificent and nearby also splendid viewpoints of the 2 uninhabited islets, Toro and Vacca. To be included in your 10-day itinerary in Sardinia.

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DAY 9: Sinis Peninsula

Exploring the Sinis Peninsula means including in your 10-day itinerary in Sardinia extraordinary experiences in a land rich in history and art, with a totally unspoiled landscape. Here the sea really merges with the sky. A paradise recognized by the European Commission as an "Eden" destination, where the land and lake environment blends perfectly with white sandy beaches and turquoise water. A day to dedicate to this beautiful place.

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DAY 10: Bosa

The only navigable river in Sardinia that passes in the middle, the low houses of the tannery on one side, the medieval quarter on the other. The whole is dominated by a castle positioned on a hill. Welcome to Bosa, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. and to be safely included in your 10-day itinerary in Sardinia . The Planargia , that is the sub-region in which Bosa is located, is a corner of the island little touched by large mass tourist flows. Keeping its physiognomy, maintaining authenticity and simplicity , exploring this whole area will enrich your trip, making it truly authentic.

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