At Sea Kayak Sardinia we organize some of the best sea kayaking holidays around.
In order to provide our customers with as much paddling time as possible we find it better to provide our clients with unique accommodation based in a local Agriturismo which offers both comfort and excellent local food and wine.
We will offer daily trips to different parts of the coast to enjoy both an adventurous sea kayaking experience as well as culinary experience can combine to make for a fantastic holiday.
We find this is also a great concept for groups and families and friends when not everybody shares the same interests.
We use an Agriturismo, which is defined as farm based rural tourism, as the base for our sea kayaking trips.
Agriturismo Agave is set up as a working farm run by a very friendly local family they provide our clients with an ideal accommodation offering comfort, great local food and a chance to meet local people in a relaxed and comfortable setting.
The Agriturismo we use is also great for non-paddling families and friends allowing them to enjoy a fantastic holiday and enjoying activities on site as well as the peace and quiet of the Sardinian countryside.
We will be happy to help organize any other local activities if you request.
The main trip: 6 paddling days 7 nights accommodation package:
€915 per person (excl. August) fully inclusive (see below)/August €990pp.
The appetiser trip: 2 paddling days 3 nights accommodation.
€375 per person (excl. August) fully inclusive (see below)/August €395pp.
€85 per day sea kayaking
45€ per day Agritourismo B&B August/Public holidays.
35€ per day Agritourismo B&B rest of the year.
10€ per day Agritourismo single supplement.
Cala Mugone to Ponte Negro– Here we will visit the south side of the Capo Caccia National Marine Reserve from Cala Mugone around Punta de Giglio to Punto Negro. This area is inundated with lots of small idyllic coves and beaches, here we will take the opportunity to swim or snorkel.
Porto Ferro to Mugone– This is a stunning area rich in marine life and some truly amazing scenery, possibly the best day trip in the area, with lots of sea cliffs and caves and a stop at the Torre de Porto Ciollo which is a spectacular spot for snorkeling.
Stintino to Southern Asinara– Visit this beautiful National park and it’s abundant wildlife including falcons, mouflons, wild pigs and of course the wild white donkeys for which the island is named.
Bosa to Isola Pagliosa. A beautiful area with striking geological formations representing the geologic change between the North and south of the Island.
Ponte Negro to Alghero– A nice protected stretch of coast with sand dunes as a backdrop as we visit the historic town of Alghero where we will do some sightseeing, souvenir shopping or enjoy some homemade ice-cream, a truly unique way of seeing Alghero.
Porto Ferro to Argientera– This is a wildly beautifull stretch of coast with mountains rising from the sea where we will visit the abandoned mining town of Argentiera.