Trekking & Hiking
The northern Planargia enjoys a very lively orographic asset, especially along the valley of the river Temo to the north of Bosa, towards the village of Montresta and the mountain area of Badde Orca. It’s dominated by volcanic rocks an its highest peak of Monte Mannu is 802 metres above the sea leavel. Inland, the landscape is marked by amazing rock formations, breathtaking red cliffs, meadows and rugged mountain terraces, populated with undisturbed flocks of sheep, goats and cows.
The interior includes important woodland as Manna Silva and Monte Crispu, consisting mainly of cork oak and holm oak, where they live and breed many birds of prey. Equally representative of this part of Planargia are also rocky areas of the inner part, with cliffs, gorges and canyons that often reach heights of over 50 meters, especially along the so-called cuestas formations carved into the narrow valleys of the river Temo, in which dense reeds, however, are often seen dancing herons, little egrets and kingfishers.
The southern Planargia is instead characterized by a high concentration of countries close to the lush and fertile valleys of Suni, Magomadas and Modolo. It ‘a territory shaped largely by the prevailing culture and the time of its agricultural community. A series of rolling hills and terraces of daring in which the precious vineyards alternate with renowned olive groves and orchards, in a game that involves the entire north-western part of the area.