They are cycling or pedestrian paths that start inside the towns or nearby.
The paths wind from the town centers and link archaeological, historical, cultural, and environmental resources that are located in each of the eleven towns. Along the streets of the historical centers, it is easy to recognize the traditional structure of rural houses, which have a courtyard enclosed by an impressive and often well-preserved portal. The routes are accompanied by the following information:
- Type of trail (pedestrian or cycling/pedestrian);
- Length (in kilometers);
- Estimated travel time (in minutes), excluding the visits to individual resources;
- Difficulty (low, medium, high);
- Link to download the map
The different stops (points of interest) along the paths are highlighted in bold. They include archaeological resources (nuraghes, sacred wells, Domus de Janas, Roman roads), parish churches, cultural centers or museums, historic buildings, ancient trees, gardens and parks, scalas that give access to the Giara, and geological sites of interest.