Selvaggio Blu, 7-day Trekking in Sardinia, Italy

Disconnect from the modern world and follow Stefano, a local mountain leader, on this Selvaggio Blu wilderness trekking week in the beautiful Italian island of Sardinia!




Trip Duration

7 days

Mountain Range


People per Guide

10 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Apr, May, Oct, Nov

Type of Trip



  • Discover one of the wildest places in Italy.

  • Immerse yourself in this island's history and culture.

  • Enjoy the amazing Mediterranean food and discover its unique flavors.


I invite you to disconnect from the modern world and immerse yourself in the wilderness of Sardinia.  Follow me on this Selvaggio Blu trekking week and discover the toughest but most beautiful trek in Italy!

This 7-day trekking program will take you on a unique adventure on the most isolated coastline in the region. My proposal is to hike along this remote limestone coast where we will explore its Mediterranean forests, secret caves and delightful gorges. Always surrounded by the “bluest” Mediterranean water, we will also face cliffs up to 2,700 feet/ 822 meters high where we will have to apply some technical climbing skills.

Our meeting point will be in the beautiful coastal town of Santa Maria Navarrese. From there, we will begin our trekking adventure in the Supramonte Mountain Range where we will find a splendid combination of sea and mountains. Every day we’ll hike between 7 and 8 hours . Every night, we’ll sleep under the open sky in beaches, caves and old shepherd huts.

Also, for those hikers who don’t have enough time, we can divide this hiking expedition into two parts and they may take place at different times of the year.

Because this is a challenging program, please bare in mind that you will need some prior trekking experience to join. Additionally, all participants must have a good fitness level. Of course, I will be there to help and guide you every step of the way. 

Ready to discover the toughest but most beautiful trek in Italy? Then book your place now and join me! It will be my pleasure to guide you on this unique adventure in Sardinia. 

I also offer an exciting 2-day mountaineering adventure in Triangolo della Caprera, in Piedmont, Italy.

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Price per person

Group of 1
3000 EUR

Group of 4
900 EUR


Price includes

  • Guiding fee
  • Personal Insurance
  • Mountain guide's expenses (lifts, meals, accommodation, etc)
 Price does not include: *Travel costs and personal insurance to and back to the lodge/ hut. *Personal equipment (walking boots, sleeping bags, tents, mattresses). *Meals that were not specified, drinks and personal extras.


  • Day 1Meeting point in Baunei

    Arrival at the lodge and we’ll spend our first night in beautiful and remote bungalows.

  • Day 2Pedra Longa - Ginnircu

    After lunch we’ll  transfer to Pedro Longa for the beginning of the trek. In the evening, we’ll stop at Portu Cuao.

    We’ll enjoy a delicious and traditional Mediterranean dinner (cold Culurgiones, roast piglet, side dish, fruit, sheep cheese, bread, dessert, water, wine, digestive and coffee).

  • Day 3Ginnircu - Portu Cuau

    From Ginnircu, we’ll head to the stunning Portu Cuau where we will spend the night.

  • Day 4Portu Cuau - Cala Goloritze

    After breakfast, we’ll pack our lunch and continue hiking from Portu Cuau to Cala Galorize.

    We’ll enjoy a delicious and traditional Mediterranean dinner (octopus salad with potatoes, oven baked aubergines, goat cheese, bread, dessert, water, wine and coffee) .

  • Day 5Cala Goloritze - Bacu su Feilau

    After breakfast, we’ll pack our lunch and continue hiking. 

    During the afternoon, we’ll walk from Olu Bissi all the way to Bacu su Feilau.

    We’ll enjoy a delicious and traditional Mediterranean dinner (goat cooked in oil with red beans, Fiscidu, fruit, desert, water, wine, digestive and coffee).

  • Day 6Bacu su Feilau - Cala Sisine

    After breakfast, we’ll pack our lunch and continue hiking. 

    During the evening, we’ll return to the Golgo in a vehicle from Cala Sisine

    We’ll enjoy our last dinner and night in bungalows.

  • Day 7Last day!

    Breakfast departure.


Other details

Skill level required


Fitness level required


Meeting point

Baunei Village


Bungalows, huts and lodges.

The participants must be solid hill walkers also on difficult terrain, they need to be fit, used to walking for long hours up high ascents on difficult terrain.

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Necessary equipment:

*A big soft waterproof duffel bag ( no suitcases or trolleys)

*A 20 lt rucksack

*Change of underware

*Trekking shirts

*Fleece jumper

*Windstopper jacket

*Waterproof jacket


*Sun glasses


*Insect repellent

*A small poop shovel

*Basic medical kit

*Head torch with spare batteries

*Small umbrella

*Waterproof rucksack cover

*Waterproof storage bags

*Medium/ light sleeping bag

*Self inflatable therma rest




*One screw gate carabiner,

*One 120 cm stitched sling,

*One small microfibre towel,

*One beach towel for the day off and for use in the hut

Missing mountaineering equipment can be provided by the guide.

We'll travel light with a small 20lt rucksack containing 2 mesh pockets for water bottles, batteries, fleece jumper, wind stopper, waterproof jackets, small umbrella, picnic lunch, sunglasses, sunhat, rucksack cover, waterproof storage bag for clothes, shovel and toilet paper, and harness and helmet for the stages 3 and 4.

Sturdy walking boots are the most suitable shoes for the trek preferably the ones that cover the ankle (no trail shoes) with soft soles with a good grip. Also, we recommend the use of robust lightweight and easy drying walking trousers with a zip off lower part. Walking poles are useless and dangerous for most of the route, that's why we recommend telescopic poles that can be stored in the rucksack.


About the Guide


I have learned to dream simply by observing.
Climbing, travelling, music, people are my greatest passions for sure. .
I love every aspect of mountains my favourite areas are certainly the Argentera massif, Finale and the Val Pennavaire, places where it all started.
Born in 1983, I come a a small inland village in western Liguria, the place where I grew up and where a bit by chance I took my did my first moves, starting to play on a splendid limestone literally in front of my home.
Getting involved in alpine mountaineering with its various activities started slowly bit by bit, first rock climbing, then mountaineering, followed by ice climbing and then ski mountaineering.
Felling that I constantly wanted to spend more time in the mountains I decided to start the training to become an alpine guide.

These days I am a full time alpine guide, dedicating the winter and spring months to freeride and ski mountaineering from the Alps to Northern Europe. I dedicate the rest of the year to the fantastic opportunities Liguria has to offer (particularly the area around Finale).



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