Trip Types
  • Travel Style
  • Interests and Activities
  • Tour Ideas by Month
  • Continents and Regions

Dorgali

Practical information on Dorgali

  • Beach / Seaside Resort
  • Hiking / Trekking
  • Countryside
  • Handicraft
  • Essential
5 / 5 - One review
How to get there
30 minutes by car from Nuoro
When to go

All year round

Minimum stay
2 to 3 days

Reviews of Dorgali

Cathy Trichet Seasoned Traveller
36 written opinions

Dorgali is located on the east coast of Sardinia, on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea. It's a large village, the capital of tourism in Barbagia.

My suggestion:
Take the time to spend a few days in Dorgali during your trip to Sardinia. It's an incredible place for its crafts, its coast and above all, for the numerous hikes to the Supramonte.
My review

I arrived at Dorgali and I went to visit a cooperative wine cellar. I learned that the wine there was made with "Cannonau" (Grenache) grapes, which the inhabitants of Dorgali have turned out to be skilled cultivators of for more than two thousand years, and that the town used to be called Viniola! I left with a few bottles...

I continued my route by the Via Lamarmorawhich crosses all the village. Numerous craft boutiques sell woven goods and leathers. I went to another cooperative, this one for dairy products. All the regional products are shown and it's a genuine pleasure for the palate.

Then, I discovered the surrounding area, Cala Gonone and the Gulf of Orosei for the coastal part. I also made a trip (approximately 6 hours) to Su Gorropu and discovered a magnificent canyon with huge sides. A relatively well-marked route if you pay attention. There are lots of other walks which are very lovely, on the seafront or inland.

Experience added!
You can add more experiences to your trip itinerary before sending it to a local agency
View my trip itinerary