Ormina Tours launches new Sardinia and Corsica Regional Discover
Strongly regarded as the experts in luxury travel across Europe, with a key focus on Italy, Ormina Tours 2019 program brings regional travel to the forefront with the launch of their new Sardinia and Corsica
Over 14 days, travellers can discover the two gems of the Mediterranean with some of the most seductive beaches, surrounded by an emerald sea. Offering astounding geographical diversity, this region is an outdoor lover’s playground that allows travellers to become immersed in two striking cultures.
The full itinerary is able to be tailored to suit client preferences. Ormina Tours also offers the itinerary as a self-drive or private escorted experience, giving travellers the flexibility to travel in a way that best caters for their travelling style and budget.
Discover Sardinia’s Carthaginian and Roman archaeological ruins dating to the 8th century BC, visit Castelsardo, considered one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, and enjoy a full day excursion by boat from Palau to the Maddalena Archipelago – an area consisting of 7 major islands featuring beautiful clear waters, wind-blown granite coastlines and significant wildlife.
The exploration continues in Corsica where travellers will visit Bonifacio, one of the most spectacular towns of the Mediterranean with the citadel walls and ancient houses rising out of sheer cliffs. Following the Artisan’s route, with cobbled streets that lead journey goers to uncover artists and craftsmen, producing everything from honey and jams to jewellery, basket weaving, essential oils and more.
As well as indulging in lunch and wine tastings in both the regions, guests have a number of spectacular properties to choose from. Some featured hotels include Faro Capo Spartivento – a refurbished lighthouse, originally built in 1854, on the Sardinian coast – or an amazing rural retreat in Sartène, Corsica, at Domain de Murtoli, an agricultural property that offers guests premium natural products straight from the surrounding land.