Immerse yourself in the karst wilderness of the Supramonte by hiking, cycling or driving through this enchanting 7km valley, signposted off the Oliena–Dorgali road. Towering limestone mountains, cliffs and caves lord it over the narrow valley, scattered with natural and archaeological wonders. Rosemary and mastic, grapes and olives flourish in the valley, which attracts wildlife such as martens, birds of prey, wild boar and goats.
Archaeology buffs will be in their element discovering sites that have been inhabited since the Middle Neolithic period. Near the valley's southern end, it's possible to visit a pair of caves – Grotta di Sa Ohe and Grotta Corbeddu – and the nuraghic site of Sa Sedda ‘e Sos Carros, dating back to 1300 BC; buy tickets for all three sites at Rifugio Sa Ohe, a whitewashed hut down a signposted dirt road.