Sardinia is one of the most beautiful destinations for the vacationer as it can captivate your heart with its landscapes, seductive beaches, bluest Mediterranean Sea, mountains, etc.
So, if you are planning to have a vacation in a place that is free from noise and stress then visiting Sardinia will be the ideal choice for you.
Sardinia not only have 1800 Kms of coastline with many pristine beaches but it also has many beautiful natural parks in its northern, central, and southern part.
In these national parks, you will get many unique species of birds and animals that you can hardly find anywhere in the world.
Let us explore the beauty of Sardinia with it’s Natural Parks.
The national parks in the northern part of Sardinia
The following are some of the most renowned national parks that are worth to visit in the northern part of Sardinia:
Archipelago di La Maddalena National Park
Arcipelago di La Maddalena National Park is one of the major national parks in Sardinia situated
in the north-eastern part of the island. This national park covered an area of 12000 hectares 180
km. It includes six major islands – Caprera, Santo Stefano, Spargi, Budelli, and Santa
Maria e Razzoli. you can visit it with our tours East Passage and Le Luci della Costa Smeralda.
Limbara Mountain Park
Limbara Mountain Park is another major park in the northeastern part of Sardinia. It is actually located in the historical reason of Gallura. It is situated at 1362 meter above sea level.
Tempio is situated at the foot of this park.
You can see a huge number of species in this park that includes wild boar, fox, wild cats, Sardinian hare, wild rabbit, weasels, etc.
Apart from that, you can also found many species of birds such as Bonelli eagle, real eagle, sparrow hawks, horned owl,
hooded crow, woodcock, etc.
The National Park of Asinara
The national park of Asinara is the third largest island in Sardinia. You can find a great variety of
habitat in this national park. Located in the northwestern part of Sardinia this beautiful, wild and
un-spoilt park will certainly amaze you in every way. Among the entire habitats that are present
in this park Asinara donkey is the identifying symbol. You could visit this park with our Alghero
The National park in the central part of Sardinia
The following are some of the most renowned national parks in the central part of Sardinia:
- Marghine-Goceano Park:
Marghine-Goceano Park is one of the biggest parks located at the central part of Sardinia and it
exists in between Siniscola coast and Bosacoast. Goceano has 4500 hectares of land and it spans
across Bono, Anela, and Bultei. In this national park, you will find many habitats like boars,
foxes, sheep, wood pigeons, blackbirds, Sardinian deer, etc. Apart from this, you can also find
innumerable species of exotic trees that includes oak, ferns, rock rose, clematis, hackberry, etc.
Sinis-Montiferru Park is another important park located in the central part of Sardinia, which is mainly formed by three major islands – Montiferru, Sinis peninsula and Oristano plains.
This national park is famous for its wildlife that includes wild boar, Sardinian wildcat, European hedgehog, fox, Sardinian hare, vulture, carrion crow, hoopoe, Eurasian scops owl and others.
You will visit this area with our tour for families From ponds to enchanting beaches tour or our West Passage Bike tour
The National park in the Southern part of Sardinia
The following are some renowned national parks located in the southern part of Sardinia:
Sulcis Park is a major national park located in the southwestern part of Sardinia. It is a UNESCO world heritage center and is an ideal place for nature and water lovers.
Sulcis Park is mainly formed by two main islands – San Pietro and Sant Antioco.
San Pietro Island is known for its beautiful landscape and rocky volcanic coasts.
This island is also called Green Island.
Sant Antioco is mainly made up of beaches and is connected to the shore for almost 3 Km.
You can visit it with La Costa del Sud; one of our most sold bike tours
Molentargius – Saline Regional Park:
Molentargius – Saline Regional Park is another main regional park located in the southern part of Sardinia.
It covers a total area of 1600 hectares and it consists of freshwater ponds and saltwater ponds which are separated by a plane.
You can get many rare species, antique birds, reptiles and amphibians in this park.
You can find Sardinian tree frog, European green toad, marsh turtle, green whip snake, etc.
You could visit it by joining our multiactivity tour based in Cagliari.
Sette Fratelli Park.:
If you are keen on trekking, or mountain biking, the Park of Sette Fratelli is the place for you.
A green area located in the South-East of Sardinia, with its lush flora, will guarantee you an authentic contact with nature. The meeting with rare species of local fauna will give you great emotions and, once at the top, there will be breathtaking.
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