Rediscovering the routes travelled by pilgrims over the centuries, through settings and places where time passes more slowly and hospitality is considered sacred. This is what the seven itineraries included in the Sardinian Register of Paths has to offer, each with its own unique features and linked to a saint and a recurrent theme that ‘accompany’ walkers along paths steeped in beauty and spirituality. The Santa Barbara Mining Route – 30 stages with a 500-kilometre ‘ring’ – stretches along the paths of the historic mining period, ‘linking’ sanctuaries dedicated to the protectress of miners and sites within the geo-mining park. The Path of 100 Towers completes the circumnavigation of the Island – 1284 kilometres – joining about one hundred defensive bastions built during the Spanish domination. The Path of Santu Jacu is a 450-kilometre ridge, running from Cagliari to Porto Torres, on the tracks of the devotion of San Giacomo Maggiore. The Path of Saint Ephysius allows you to follow the itinerary (70 kilometres) all year round, as thousands of worshippers have been doing since 1657, from 1 to 4 May, in a procession from Cagliari to Nora (and back), to renew their vows to the saint. The Way of the Sanctuaries links twenty novenaries, places of worship and celebration, over 400 kilometres, a unique island identity, along ancient pilgrimage routes in the centre-north of Sardinia. The Path of Saint George, first bishop of Suelli, retraces the saint’s pilgrimage around the year one thousand, along the sanctuaries dedicated to him: from Cagliari to the Buttes of Ogliastra, then the route separates into a coastal road and another through the lunar landscapes of Supramonte. The Franciscan Way in Sardinia connects 17 towns from south to north, where the Franciscans left behind lasting traces: here, guests will encounter typical Franciscan hospitality and an experience of sharing, spiritual contemplation and conviviality.