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Orgosolo Woods & lunch with the shepherds, Dorgali

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Orgosolo Woods & lunch with the shepherds, Dorgali


5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

A must for those who wish to experience the most authentic side of Sardinia: its culture and food.

Departing from Cala Gonone or Dorgali in Land Rover, the tour will explore Orgosolo “Supramonte” and its forest, Montes, which is only accessible to authorised vehicles by prior arrangement with the local authorities.

Child rate €34-€36 according to the age.


Product Description

From Orgosolo you will be driven through the wild and unspoiled scenery of Funtana Bona, Monte Novo San Giovanni to see the sheepfolds at an altitude of 1316m. You will then have lunch with the shepherds, under the shade of the oak trees. Your meal will include, amongst other local products, traditional mutton and the popular roasted suckling piglet. Lastly, you will visit the town of Orgosolo to admire the spectacular “murali”: the beautiful traditional wall paintings that made this town so famous. Departure is at 9.00 and return at approximately 17:00. Participants should wear trekking shoes and bring a back pack and bottle of water. The excursion will run with a minimum of four people therefore you may need to be flexible on dates in the low season.

Terms and condition

Available: All year from 9.00am to 17.00

Duration: 8 hours

Language: English, Italian

Meeting point: Dorgali

Includes: transfer, guide, lunch

Notes: the tour departs with a minimum number of 4 people

1 review for Orgosolo Woods & lunch with the shepherds, Dorgali

    5 out of 5


    This is a wonderful experience. We walked up a high mountain by a path with a spectacular view and then into the woods with expert explanation of the landscape of large oaks of several species. We had a long lunch at a long table and savoured the antipasti, the pork and the lamb…and the grappa and myrtle drink. Next we drove back to Orgosolo to view the street art with links to Mexico.
    A wonderful day in landscapes, culture of the shepherd and cultural history. A must.

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