Spiaggia di Capo Comino Nature & adventure

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Orosei: Mountains and Beaches Group 4x4 Tour

1. Orosei: Mountains and Beaches Group 4x4 Tour

Start the tour with pickup from your hotel and head through the Baronia Territory to the first stop of the day. Arrive at a Neolithic tomb, locally known as the Fairy House, and learn about the history of this fascinating site. From here, head to the top of a nearby granite hill where you can soak up stunning views across the valley and the Supramonte Mountains. Later, drive to the Istiotha Mountain Pass to admire the panorama across the Gulf of Orosei. The final stop of the day is the white sand Biderosa Beach, one of the most idyllic beaches in the Mediterranean. Enjoy some free time to stroll along the shore and cool off with a dip in the crystal clear sea. At the end of an unforgettable day, sit back and relax on the return journey to your hotel.

From Orosei: Biderosa and Capo Comino Beaches 4x4 Tour

2. From Orosei: Biderosa and Capo Comino Beaches 4x4 Tour

Jump on a Land Rover at your hotel in Galtellì, Orosei, or Sos Alinos and get driven to the Bidderosa Oasis. Once there, explore the park and see the Sa Curcurica pond, home to a variety of bird species. Then, arrive at the beach surrounded by a fascinating landscape of granite hills, thousand-year-old junipers, and a crystal clear sea. After some relaxing hours and a picnic (not included), continue the journey toward the heavenly beach of Capo Comino. On the way, stop at the old lighthouse and admire a breathtaking view of the coast from the top of the hill. From there, you can’t miss the white sand dunes of Capo Comino’s beach. Here, jump into the turquoise sea for the last time before driving back to your hotel.

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What people are saying about Spiaggia di Capo Comino

It was a very nice trip in a small group. Simone has a great deal of knowledge about the history of Sardinia, ecology and the animal and plant world and can also convey this very clearly and in different languages. After a walk through the mountains and a visit to the Neolithic tomb, we visited the beautiful beach of Capo Comino and even saw flamingos. We'd love to come back next time we're on holiday in Sardinia