The kayak guide Daniele

Daniele was born in Olbia and is a biotechnology student at the University of Sassari. He likes to splash into the sea and enjoy the nightlife. A young and smart guide of the Kayak Tour at Ecosport Sardinia. Friendly, competent and experienced in kayaking, you can meet him every day at Le Farfalle beach. He speaks English, Spanish and French.

If you are a Millennial, it’s definitely your source for any advice on how to get the best out of your holiday.

His 5 Tips


1907761_10202196112118694_945152850_o1. Eat Sea Hurchins

Sea urchins are mainly eaten in the months with R because in these months they are full of meat, with a peak in spring. With bread, a glass of wine and the feet into the sea.

Gita snorkeling 22. Snorkeling at Capo Coda Cavallo

Grab a mask and discover the underwater world: starfish, octopus and hundreds of colorful fish. Swim gently, move slowly, breathe relaxed and think like a fish!

sam4564-2 23. Paddling at Sunset

Even on windy days, the sea calmed down at sunset. No boat, no one on the beaches, silence, and atmosphere. Really romantic and excellent for portraits because of the warm and side light.

phi-beach-sunset4. Aperitif at Phi Beach

It is in an incredible position among granite rocks on the sea just in front of the sunset. It is in the heart of the luxurious and fashionable Costa Smeralda, so it’s not cheap (gin tonic € 15). Good music and always fun.

luna-glam-club5. Dancing at Luna Glam Club

Opens after midnight and goes until dawn. Huge outdoor spaces with several bars and dance floors, comfortable at any time. Lots of special events in the summer with DJs from all over the world.