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“The Monte Tiscali is 515m high and the terrain is suited to heartier souls who wear hearty soles on their sturdy footwear.”
“On the return we walked a different way so that we didnt have to repeat ourselves.The price included a fantastic picnic lunch she prepared for us ( plus two local wines), entrance fee to Tiscali and a coffee on th...”
“During the tour we could admire the spectacular view of Sardinian mountains, touch ancient stone formations, get known of some interesting facts from Sardinian history and its nature features in combination with l...”
“He showed us so many things we would have surely missed, ranging from natural and geological features (plants, trees, animals and their traces left in the woods, canyons...and much much more) to wonderful landscap...”