I have been living in Sardinia for almost 10 years but  I’m still trying to get used to the lifestyle, the way of thinking just as anyone who happened to find themselves in a place that is remarkably different from their native land. To be honest hiking/trekking and taking photos was not my thing for many years. Yes, I did like walking and seeing beautiful places but I guess it only happened after some years when I felt at home for the first time that I began to wonder: What if today we go to someplace I’ve never seen before. And you know what? I can’t get enough of it. 

I will show you –  with the help of this blog  – that there are numerous things one would not find out about this island by themselves because usually tour guides and guidebooks wouldn’t consider them interesting or they do not fit in the  “Sardinia – beach – fun – cocktails” category but they might as well turn out to be ….. UNIQUE!

From 2016 sardiniaunknown.com has a new goal. After having visited more than 60 places/events last year and had thousands of views on the blog this year we’d like to become your ‘4 season guide in Sardinia‘.

What does that mean? Well it means that if you need some straight info about where to go, what to do and when (but most importantly why) in Sardinia, you’re in the right place!

What makes us different? We don’t just post pics of other people but we’ve been in these places and tried these things first handedly so we know what we’re talking about! If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact us!


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  1. I keep wondering if Sardinia Unknow is a single person just publishing for help us through the blog or if you also are a agency where i can go with for some trips.

    1. Hi Mariana,

      Yeah it’s just me, in flesh and bones writing about my fav places and activities in Sardinia! So no agency so far 🙂 What would you be interested in? Might be able to give you some advice

  2. Hi just wondering if you can recommend a self guided, multi-day hike in January. Three of us are trying to organise one for 7 days but not sure what’s available that time of the year.

    1. Hi Lisa, I’m sorry I got back to you a bit late! The weather is highly variable in Sardinia so it might get really mild (as it did this year) which means that most of the multi-day hikes that you can find on the blog are accessible!

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