The Oasi Biderosa covers an area of over 3200 hectares and offers several different types of environments to explore; it's considered one of the most beautiful and wild places in Sardinia. It's a protected area known for its beautiful beaches, clear waters, and unique landscape, which includes dunes, marshes, and Mediterranean scrub.
Oasi Biderosa offers a variety of activities for visitors of all ages and interests, from beach activities, nature walks, and wildlife observation to more adventurous activities like hiking, biking, horseback riding, and diving.
Hiking is a popular activity at the Oasi Biderosa nature reserve. The reserve features several trails that take visitors through the beautiful Mediterranean vegetation and offer scenic coast views.
The reserve has several trails for different levels, some of them are easy and suitable for families, and others are more challenging.
-The 'Sentiero Degli Dei' (Trail of the Gods) is a panoramic trail that runs along the coast and offers stunning views of the sea and the nearby islands. This trail is considered a moderate level.
'Sentiero della Macchia' (Trail of the Scrubland) is a more challenging trail that takes hikers through the dense Mediterranean scrubland and offers views of the coast and the surrounding hills.
Oasi Biderosa nature reserve is home to diverse bird species, making it a popular spot for birdwatching. The reserve is situated on the migratory route of many birds, and it also features habitats that are suitable for a wide range of bird species.
Some of the species that can be found at the reserve include:
The Bonelli's eagle
The European shag
The Sardinian Warbler
The Dartford warbler
The Audouin's gull
Swimming and snorkeling can be enjoyed at the Oasi Biderosa nature reserve, as the coast of the account features clear waters and beautiful beaches. Visitors can also rent equipment on-site.
Oasi Biderosa is home to various wildlife, including deer, wild boar, and several bird species. Visitors can take guided tours to spot the wildlife.
Oasi Biderosa nature reserve is also home to many other wildlife species. Some examples include:
Mammals: Wild boars and Sardinian deer can be found in the reserve's mountainous areas.
Reptiles: The Mediterranean gecko and the European green lizard are two examples of snakes that can be found in reserves.
Amphibians: The Sardinian brook salamander can be found in the reserve's streams and ponds.
Fish: The reserve's clear waters are home to a wide range of fish species, including sea bream, mullet, and others.
Inside the Park, there's an Ethnographic Museum where visitors can learn about the area's history, culture, and traditional costumes, ceramics, and instruments of the island.
Oasi Biderosa reserve provides educational activities on environmental topics to schools and students.
SS 125 Orientale Sarda, 08028 Orosei NU, Italy