Trekking in southern Sardinia’s Sulcis Iglesiente, means travelling “through time and space”.
Big Alpine Guides is at your disposal to offer you safe and exciting hiking tours that are tailored to your skills and needs. Your trip will be made all the more enjoyable by tales and stories about the past culture of this special land. All trekking tours pass through various types of terrain and offer a variety of panoramas, usually including sites of both natural and cultural interest.


Selvaggio Blu, the most difficult trekking in Italy

One of the most beautiful and fascinating trekking in the world, the “Selvaggio Blu” alternates wonderful views with technical passages. It is a way to live the wild nature and history of the places of the shepherds and the charcoal burners of the Supramonte. It is quite challenging because it combines daily walks over distances of 8-10 km, some more technical passages, rappels and nights spent in tents. We propose also a more comfortable staying in catamarans.

Here you could find the next Selvaggio Blu Big Alpine Guide offers:

Trekking with a Mountain Guide

With our expert guide, your trek will be exciting but safe at the same time. The walking will be made all the more enjoyable by tales and explanations of the history of the area, and the flora and fauna we’ll meet during the tour.
We can organize half-day, one-day trekking tours or a Trekking Holiday which integrate with your holiday plans perfectly. Together we can choose the best itinerary, according to the season, and your skills and your interests, to make your adventure experience as memorable as possible.
Here one of the best trekking in South Sardinia: trekking Miniere nel Blu.


Via Ferrata in Sardinia with Mountain Guide

Via ferrata allows a recreational activity accessible to everyone. Make the rocky terrain or a path exposed accessible also to a beginner.
The via ferrata of Pan di Zucchero (Masua, Iglesias, South Western Sardinia), for example, is the easiest and charming way to climb the stack of Pan di Zucchero, the highest stack of the Mediterranean Sea: Ferrata di Pan di Zucchero.