Sardinia’s history and culture’s far too varied to be seen in one day, but this trip gives you a real taste of the Mediterranean’s second-largest island. For starters, you’ll take the panoramic coastal road to the charming town of Bosa, where there’ll be two hours of free time to explore. Spot the pretty coloured houses clustered into the hillside, and snap the Medieval Malaspina Castle. The town square’s a prime spot for lunching, and sampling the local tipple – Malvasia wine. Afterwards, you’ll head inland to discover the history of the Nuraghe Sant’Antine. There are over 7,000 mysterious nuraghes – AKA stone houses – on the island, with some dating back to the 12th century BC.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.