Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean after Sicily and the farthest from the European and African continent.
This isolation has shaped the island's own fauna and flora and as a consequence the population living on this ancient land for millennia. Large uninhabited areas, secular forests, lakes, rivers, lagoons, mountains and small islands characterise Sardinia as a real continent.
A sort of Eden surrounded by the sea; here many species of animals are still living in freedom with specimens of both stationary and migratory birds.
Towards such a generosity given by nature we can only respect and responsibly live together with it.
For these reasons we favour "slow" activities such as trekking, biking, kayaking, canyoning or sailing to facilitate a direct connection with the environment.
A slow but intense experience to awaken your senses and live in harmony and respect with earth, water and wind.
If you care about nature, choose Sardeo!