Cicerone Walking in Sardinia: 50 walks in Sardinia's Mountains

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  • Author: Paddy Dillon
  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Cicerone
  • Publication date: Nov, 2011
  • ISBN13: 9781852846190
  • Page size: 172 x 115mm
  • Pages: 224
  • Weight: 260g

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This guide to 50 day walks in the mountainous north east of Sardinia, in the Mediterranean off the coast of Italy, includes a mixture of classic and little-known routes for all abilities including walks exploring the limestone Ogliastra coast, the Golgo plateau, the barren Supramonte, the wild mountains of Genneragentu and Punta La Marmora. Sardinia's intricate network of paths has long been unknown to the millions of visitors who flock to the island's beaches. But for those who venture off the beaten track they offer a wide range of challenges and a long, sunny walking season. This guide covers the highest and wildest parts of the island, in an area once proposed for a national park, using both newly-waymarked trails and lesser-known shepherd's tracks, and step by step route descriptions are illustrated with the author's own detailed contour mapping and photography and backed up with a glossary of both Sard and Italian words and phrases, as well as detailed information about local train, bus and taxi services and accommodation services.

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  • Weight (g): 251

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