CLAUDIO + BEA, YOUR LOCAL
We are a Sardinian-Polsk couple of certified tour guides, based in Posada (Siniscola, Nuoro). We are very friendly and we speak English, Italian, Spanish, Polish, and of course Sardinian!
More about Claudio and Bea here.
Sardinia Slow Experience for us means sustainable routes, bicycle tours, cultural itineraries, mountain and canyon hiking, hidden beaches exploration, free walking tours, traditional cooking courses, local food and wine tasting, and more.
Learn more about our Slow Tours philosophy here.
We work all year round with selected sustainable local farmhouses (agriturismo), food producers, artisanal craft laboratories and artist studios to offer authentic experiences to those travellers willing to deeply discover, understand and experience Sardinia and its culture, traditions, folklore, festivals, gastronomy, wineries and paths off the beaten tourist track.
See and book our Sardinian Slow Tours and Experiences here.
After graduating in Design of Sustainable Tourist Systems at the University of Florence and lived, studied and worked in Florence, Granada and Krakow, I moved back to Sardinia in 2012 to turn my passions into my professional commitment, and launching Sardinia Slow Experiences in 2015 to crown my professional journey as tourism entrepreneur.
I grew up in a family that carries on ancient Sardinian food, musical and artisanal traditions, and I always loved to explore and discover our Sardinian unicity deeply, which helped me become a licensed Sardinia tourist guide of Sardinia back in 2010.
Over the years, I achieved certifications in many tourist fields, from alpine hiking guide to first level Sommelier. I’m also a member of the Slow Food network, I have a passion for visiting local Sardinian wineries and food producers, and I love good company and conviviality.
I come from Poland but my heart has the shape of Sardinia, as many years ago I felt in love with this island and with a Sardinian guy who became my husband, Claudio. I live in Italy since 2001, where I graduated in Intercultural Studies in Florence and I have been working in the tourism sector since 2008, becoming a licensed Sardinia tourist guide in 2010.
What I love about Sardinia? All of it! The tinkling of sheep’s bells, the silence of the autumn days, the pristine beaches and infinite landscapes, the big fire burning during Sant’Antonio festivities, lazy sunny days, crazy carnivals, good wine and food and slow life, rich with traditions and people, and beautiful nature colours.
I write regular articles about Sardinia for several Polish tourism and lifestyle magazines and book guides, but my dream is to write my own Sardinian guide book. I’m working on it.
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