The heart of Sardinia, in the territories of Nuorese, Barbagia and Ogliastra are characterized by an impervious and wild nature and an ancient history. Here are the most famous mountain ranges in Sardinia: the Gennargentu massif with its highest peak in Punta La Marmora, the limestone massif of Monte Albo or the limestone-dolomitic one of Monte Corrasi. And still the ancient mountainous complex of Supramonte which covers an area of about 35,000 km, between the territories of Oliena, Orgosolo, Urzulei, Baunei and Dorgali.
This area is full of unique features such as one of the largest canyons in Italy, the Gorroppu Canyon or the Nuragic Village of Tiscali, with its millenary history shrouded in mystery.
Also here you can admire and visit the fantastic Cedrino Lake. Nestled among the mountain complexes and surrounded by the most intense greenery, it is one of the most magical areas of the entire island.
Here you can find ancient villages, to visit and discover like the towns of Mamoiada, the aforementioned Orgosolo or Ulassai. History, tradition but also modernity come together to transform the typical alleys into real open-air museums.
The trekking experiences are certainly the most suitable for exploring central Sardinia. Suggestive routes, sometimes demanding but always of extraordinary beauty.
For those who want to add adrenaline to the experience, there are quad bike tours that travel the winding roads of the Supramonte of Baunei up to the coast.
Furthermore, to deepen the history of the island there are city tours in the countries of Mamoiada, Orgosolo and Ulassai. A visit to the Mediterranean Mask Museum in Mamoiada is not to be missed, where you can admire the ancient masks of the Mamuthones.
Finally, there are food and wine experiences where you can not only taste the typical local products but where you also learn the preparation and history of these. Food, wine, history and breathtaking nature will never be lacking in the heart of Sardinia.