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10-day guided hike in Selvaggio Blu, Sardinia

Selvaggio Blu, Sardinia

Explore the breathtaking scenery of Selvaggio Blu on this challenging trip in Sardinia with Renzo, a certified mountain guide and have an incredible time.


10 Days

Apr, May, Sep, Oct

Extremely Fit



  • Hike on magical Selvaggio Blu route for 11 days.
  • Walk on extraordinary trails and see breathtaking vistas of pristine water.
  • The adventure is a mix of hiking and climbing.


Located in the central-eastern area of ​​Sardinia,  the trekking route of Selvaggio Blu is definitely worth exploring. Join me as I take you to this incredible terrain in Italy.

The Selvaggio Blu lies in the beautiful area of ​​Baunei, around 480 meters above sea level. Baunei offers a stunning view of the high massif of Gennargentu and is surrounded by impressive mountains.

The trip has a lot to offer. For 10 days, you’ll cross over 40 kilometers of limestone rocks and ascend many high cliffs. The route stretches from Santa Maria Navarrese port to the beautiful Italian coast of Cala Sisine and is without a doubt an absolute pleasure for the eyes.

The Selvaggio Blu is considered a wild trekking route as a major part of the path can only be accessed by boat. The entire gulf is formed of spectacular coastline, deep waters, gorges and caves and is known for its typical Mediterranean vegetation.

The tour will take you to an area that will leave you spellbound. Several stretches of the route display the fine craftsmanship of the 19th-century charcoal burners and skilled shepherds. The path is considered as one of the most difficult paths to access and demands the expertise of 4th-degree technical skills to traverse.

Though the route is just about 50 km, however, the terrain and the heavy backpack generally makes the progression fairly slow. But, everything becomes worthwhile as you are rewarded with panoramic views all along.

Keep in mind that it is a strenuous trek and includes vertical scaling and abseiling which connects many spectacular sections of the trek. So, you must be in great shape and have previous experience to sign up.

If you have what it takes, then send a message to go on one of the most exceptional treks in the world. You sure will never forget it! I also guide this trip to the Italian Alps here.

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Day 1: Departure for Livorno

We’ll depart for Livorno (about 3 h. 30  from the Milan exit to Porto Mediceo). At 10.00 pm we’ll board for Olbia with the Mobyline.

Day 2: Arrival in Olbia

Arrival in Olbia at 07.00 and transfer to Cala Gonone (about 2 hours drive). You’ll stay in an apartment, prepare your backpack and relax.

Day 3: Pedra Longa - Cuile De us piggius

We’ll head from Pedra Longa to Cuile De us piggius ( Approximate time: 3 h. – 625 m, Difference in level – 4 km)

10.00 am: Transfer to Pedra Longa.

Around 12.00 noon: Beginning of the trek.


Day 4: Quile De us piggius - Porto Quau

Head from Quile De us piggius to Porto Quau.

Time: Approximately 8/9 hr, 210 m- Difference in level, Distance covered-7 km

Day 5: Porto Quau - Cala Goloritzé

Third Stage- From
Porto Quau to Cala Goloritzé

Time: Approximately 8/9 hr,  565 m-Difference in level, Distance covered-7 km

Day 6: Cala Goloritzé - Bacu Mudaloro

Fourth Stage- From Cala Goloritzé – Bacu Mudaloro

Time: About 6 hr, 588 m- Difference in level, Distance covered-5 km

Day 7: Bacu Mudaloro to Cala Biriola

Fifth Stage- From Bacu Mudaloro to Cala Biriola

Time: Approximately 5 hr, 400 m-Difference in level, Distance covered-4 km

Day 8: The last stage of trekking

The last stage of trekking. We’ll return by sea to Cala Gonone, relax and have closing dinner.
Cala Biriola to Cala Sisine

Time: Approximately 4 hr, 200 m-Difference in level, Distance covered- 4 km


Day 9: Rest Day

Spend some time on the beach and rest. Then, we’ll transfer you to Olbia and continue for Livorno at 10.00 pm.


Day 10: Departure

Arrival in Livorno at about 7.00 am, return to Milan at around 11.00 am.



More info

Please bring along:

High boots, Two socks, Two T-shirts, Two underpants, A heavy fleece for the evening, An old shirt is good for walking under the sun, Long cotton trousers, Rain jacket, Sun hat, Sunglasses, Sunscreen, Telescopic trekking poles, Swimsuit, Spray / Anti-mosquito-insect lotion, 40/50 l backpack, Cover rain backpack.

Recommended: Refreshing wet wipes and anti-blister patches.

Technical Equipment: Harness, 2 Snap-hook carabiners with a descender, Webbing. Lightweight Sleeping Bag, Waterproof Bivouac bag, Mattress, Front lamp with new batteries, Light camera.

About the guide

I am Guide for over 20 years. I was born and raised in the mountains. I love all the activities from freeride skiing to ski mountaineering, climbing on ice and rock, mountains are a place that continue to give me great emotions that I like to share with the people I accompany. I love contact with nature


Italian | French | English


Vezza d'Oglio, Italy

What people are saying about Renzo Zampatti

Tom Fielder


August, 2022

Really good experience definitely would Recommend doing this, Renzo is an amazing instructor would give six stars if I could

Rajesh Mehmi


July, 2022

Renzo provided us with a fantastic and memorable trip up Monte Rosa and Gran Paradiso. He looked after us the whole time and we felt comfortable with his guidance and experience. The trip was challenging in parts, not helped by the heatwave that was melting the glacier as we descended, though he navigated us all down safely. The trip was challenging for our group and it could have been adjusted for a slower pace, but the melting glacier made us push faster and we were glad Renzo was there to ensure our safety. Explore Share did a good job arranging the trip. There was a hiccup with the payment which took a long time to go through the payment portal and a lot of back and forth though was rectified eventually in the end. No issues with Renzo our guide or Explore Share and really fantastic service from both. I gave the trip itself 4 stars rather than 5 as was a bit challenging for us though we managed it and have some amazing memories to take away with us. Thank you to Renzo and Explore Share for a trip we will all remember for a long time!

Kevin Alvarez


September, 2021

An amazing experience doing the Senterio dei Fiori with our guide Renzo. A true ambassador of the Via Ferrata fraternity.

Robert Gower


September, 2020

Our guide Renzo went above and beyond! He adapted perfectly to our level of experince and fitness, took us on an amazing scramble around thr mountains, and even took lots of photos and made coffee for us!

Philip Gilbert


August, 2020

Renzo is a considerate, skilful guide and a good companion. Highly recommended. Under the conditions we climbed in (i.e. warm and cloudy) the route is less highly rated. The track through the "Eck" was much more demanding than Goedecke suggests in his book "4000er" and I would only attempt it again earlier in the year. Renzo took loads of photos so that was good. Grazie Mille!

Motohashi Kazuko


September, 2019

Guide is very safety kind. but we very tired so can't Refugio. very enjoyed Piz Bernina vadnet Pers Thank you nice guiding !

Tim OBrien


April, 2019

The tour to the Pisgana glacier was great, even though the snow conditions were icy & challenging. We’d definitely recommend Renzo, the guide, and the Explore Share website. The costs were v.competitive and an incentive to book. The only drawback was the website made it difficult to swop some details like email addresses (e.g. for sending photos). Anyway, we intend using the service & guide again next time we’re in Passo Tonale!

Thomas Söderlund


February, 2019

Great guide with great knowledge of the area. Freeride in Passo Tonale is not really good for snowboarders as the "way out" fro many runs are long and flat

Patrick & Michael


April, 2018

We booked the "Freeride skiing day trips in Passo Tonale, Adamello Range" through Explore-Share.com The booking procedure was very easy and our mountain guide Renzo took us on 2 perfect freeriding days, finding untouched powder even after 1 week of last snowfall. If we go back to Passo Tonale for freeride skiing we would definetly go with Renzo again.


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