The island of Sardinia is a relatively untouched gem for walking and trekking holidays. With its dramatic mountainous interior, traditional villages, fascinating history and wonderful, white sand beaches there is plenty of variety and interest for hikers. Few walkers and trekkers have so far discovered the network of inland and coastal trails, so you can expect to have these inspiring views virtually to yourself.
Be sure to hike up Mount Corrasi, the island’s highest peak, from where on a clear day you can see almost the whole island of Sardinia. Also make sure you spend time hiking the rugged eastern shoreline, much of it inaccessible except on foot and by boat, where ochre cliffs, silvery sand and turquoise waters make for some of the beautiful coastal walking in the Mediterranean.