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Hiking in Arbatax

Discover the natural treasures along the coveted coast of Sardinia

The eastern shores of Sardinia hold some of the best natural beauty on the whole island. With the changing terrain merging from beautiful sandy beaches to rough cliffs, rugged slopes and mysterious caves. The hamlet of Arbatax is home to a wealth of opportunity for exploration via hiking. Visit in October for ideal hiking conditions in Arbatax.

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There are many reasons for choosing Hiking in Arbatax

Beside the Sardinian shores stretches the great trekking route of Selvaggio Blu. Extending for over 40 kilometres from the touristic port of Santa Maria Navarrese to the gorgeous beach of Cala Sisine. The epic trekking route is said to be the final wild route left in the Mediterranean, and ranges from 1 meter to 770 meters.


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Italian and Sardinian

Best time to visit

Visit in October for ideal hiking conditions in Arbatax

What's the weather like?

The climate of Arbatax is warm and temperate, with the majority of rainfall landing in the winter months, and summers quite dry

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Located on the eastern shores of Sardinia is the beautiful hamlet of Arbatax, facing the waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is the third-largest town in the province of Nuoro after Lanusei and Tortoli. Its rugged terrain offers some of the most scenic spots on the whole island of Sardinia


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