The kayak guide Tommaso

Tommaso was born in Bologna in the north of Italy and he arrived in Sardinia at the age of 19 for windsurfing. Nowadays he’s really involved in the production of Vermentino macerated wine. You can meet him every day on the Kayak Tour of Ecosport Sardinia.

His local tips:


2621031 2.jpg1. SUNSET AT CAPO TESTA (Santa Teresa di Gallura)

Sit down on the rock you prefer and enjoy the most mystical sunset in Sardinia. When the Mistral wind blows hard, the waves break on the cliffs and produce high splashes.


snorkeling.jpg2SNORKELING AT CALA GRECA (Golfo Aranci)

Dive in this emerald paradise to swim with colorful fish, octopus, and starfish. The water starts to heat up in June, so it’s perfect until the end of September even without a wetsuit.


10300210_436341876508723_4715315730501677206_n.jpg3RESTAURANT MANZONI (Golfo Aranci)

This is a restaurant where the locals go all year long. It is located in a small fishing village, 100 meters from the port. Go when the sea is calm, fishing boats do not work when it’s windy


malvasia-porcu-1-5.jpg4.  MALVASIA WHITE WINE (from Bosa)

It is an ancient wine, straw-colored with golden reflections thanks to the oxidized tones. It is alcoholic, dry and warm. Visiting the cellars of Bosa is a dive into an unknown past.


spaghetti-con-la-bottarga-di-tonno-2-3.jpg5. SPAGHETTI WITH BOTTARGA

The bottarga is made from mullet fish eggs, salted by hand and then dried by the wind. Scratch the bottarga, add the olive oil and the parsley. Spaghetti will come as a marvel.