“This land resembles no other place. Sardinia is something else. Enchanting spaces and distances to travel-nothing finished, nothing definitive. It is like freedom itself.”

— David Herbert Lawrence

Northern Sardinia, Spring 2018

Many people see Sardinia as a small continent in itself, because of its unique variety of landscapes, wildlife, traditions, people and food. Photography lovers will have some serious exercise to do while enjoying this experience with a photography instructor and friendly local fellows who take you on a journey of discovery to admire – and above all to shoot – the surprising beauty of this land.

We will soon be announcing dates and prices for the Spring 2018 tour (likely dates between the last week of April and the first of May). Use the form below to register your interest and be notified when it goes live.

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Tour Highlights

  • On the field assistance of an experienced landscape and travel photographer
  • Travel off the beaten path with friendly local fellows
  • Discover the surprising beauty of an emerging photo destination
  • Small group size to guarantee the tutor’s attention for each guest
  • Get into a food & wine heaven
  • Post-processing and critique sessions
  • Private transportation granting full flexibility and comfort

Program of the Tour

Day 1,  Alghero

Arrival in Alghero, transfer to city center and accommodation in hotel. Welcome aperitivo followed by a delicious dinner in restaurant.

Day 2 , Alghero

Alghero's Walls

Walking tour in Alghero old town between narrow cobbled streets, romantic atmospheres and stunning coastal views from seafront bastions.

After a sardinian style snack, it’s time to explore Porto Conte, the natural reserve surrounding this charming town. Get ready to be wowed by massive rocky cliffs, stunning coastal sceneries captivating mediterranean scents and a rich fauna such as wild boars, wild sardinian horses and donkeys, as well as rare birds like griffon vultures; its fantastic environment has been inviting human beings for thousands of years, that’s why you’ll have the opportunity to admire also the ruins of Palmavera, a remarkable example of prehistorical village of Nuragic civilization, built during bronze age 15 centuries b.C.

Day 3 , Bosa

Bosa, Sardinia

An itinerary along the seaside road heading south will let you admire 40 km of coastal wilderness; several marine birds live in this area and place their nests amongst unique geological formations towering on Mediterranean sea. This stunning wild coast lies between the most charming towns in west Sardinia Alghero and Bosa a colourful town on the shores of Temo river built around a medieval fortress.

After a seductive walking tour in the old town, step into an antique cellar to discover Malvasia, the indigenous fortified wine produced in this area.

Some more action is waiting for your lenses during this exciting day: an excursion in the hills surrounding Bosa to spot griffon vultures and other birds nesting in this area, together with a sunset warmly lighting up the scenographic coast at Torre Argentina.

Day 4 , Alghero – Nuoro – Oliena


© Aurelio Candido

Today we leave the “Red Coral Riviera” and head southeast towards the heart of the island. On the way, a visit at Nuraghe Santu Antine and Santa Sabina historical site will show once again the unbelievable density of archaeological sites spread in the territory.

Before reaching our new accommodation, we can’t miss a visit of Nuoro where smiling local folks will take us into cozy workshops to meet artisans artistically shaping cork, iron, wood and gold to create lovely objects insipired by ancient traditions of Barbagia region, the mountain area in the heart of Sardinia.

A food and wine tasting will introduce you to the most delicious side of this dive into the cradle of Sardinian culture. The day ends with a typical dinner at your hotel, nestled between the hills surrounding the village of Oliena.

Day 5,  Orgosolo and Mamoiada

Orgosolo is a unique mountain village decorated with over 100 colorful mural paintings inspired by historical events, politics, everyday life and local culture; of course we will not miss the opportunity to let cameras work in front of these cool subjects!

Mural in Orgosolo

During the day, your hunger will be properly calmed down with some bites of the best local food specialties.

The second stage of the day is Mamoiada, another interesting village where the Mamuthone tradition was born; this is the iconic mask of carnival and a real ambassador of Sardinian culture abroad. We’ll have the pleasure to meet up with a Mamuthone and admire this bizarre costume.

Back to hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 6,  Oliena – Sassari – Alghero

Saccargia Church, Sardinia

The route back to Alghero, crosses Pattada a countryside village worldwide famous for high quality knives; the most popular Sardinian knife ‘Pattadesa’ is produced here by skillful craftsmen.

After visiting a knife workshop, a stop at Saccargia church allows to admire and shoot a remarkable example of romanic style architecture.

Sassari, the main city in north Sardinia, is the last stop of the day with its old town maze and aristocratic palaces.

Arrival in Alghero and accommodation at hotel, before enjoying a delicious farewell dinner.

Day 7,  Alghero

Transfer to Alghero airport.

Rates per person

  • In double room:  3,150€
  • Single room supplement 360 €

Rates include:

  • Arrival transfer from Alghero airport to hotel by private car
  • 4 overnights in Alghero in hotel, including breakfast
  • 2 overnights in Oliena in hotel, including breakfast
  • Meals, excursions and tasting experiences as described in the program
  • Europ Assistance travel insurance

Rates do not include

  • Alghero local tax (currently 12 € p/p, to be paid on the spot upon check-in)
  • Entrance tickets to archaeological sites and museums (to be paid on the spot)
  • Meals not mentioned in the program
  • Drinks, personal extras and anything not mentioned in ‘rates include’ paragraph

Selected hotels

Please note that the above program as well as selected hotels may change due to operational needs.

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