About Me



I'm Michela, a travel designer, and planning holidays is one of my favourite activities.

I am from Gonnesa, a small town in the southwest subregion of Sardinia called Sulcis-Iglesiente (check the dedicated blog article to know more about the area). I have been in love with travelling since I was a child when, during the summer months, with my family, we would travel to different regions of Italy, France, Switzerland, and Sardinia to learn more about the place we call home.

In my twenties, I started working for an important Italian Tour Operator. The job gave me the opportunity to work and travel to various countries such as Greece, Egypt, Kenya, the Dominican Republic, and of course my country; Italy.

After years of working abroad, in March 2006 I ended up in the UK. From here I have travelled a bit more in Europe (Spain, France, Germany, Sweden, Netherlands, Estonia) and overseas (Cuba, New York, Cairo e South America), but the biggest trip was a solo backpacking journey across Argentina, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, and Brazil. It was an amazing experience!!

Michela Tronci

During my time in UK I worked in the hospitality and tourism industry for Accor and Hilton Hotels, Planet Hollywood restaurant (sales & marketing office) for a major Tour Operator, and as a tour guide for a Premier League football club in London.

The past few years have given me the chance to spend more time in Sardinia, where I've had the chance to rediscover the beauty of my native country. As a result, and thanks to my work experience and expertise, I was able to start NxtStop Sardinia, a niche tour operator focused on the southwest of Sardinia and offering visitors the chance to tailor their holidays to their needs, tastes, and budget.

So if you love a personalised experience but aren't a fan of planning your trip, I am the person for you. Contact me!

If you want to know more about Sardinia read my blog articles!

  NxtStopSardinia will be posting pictures of the beautiful nature, the intriguing history, the fascinating traditions and the food and wine experiences of this part of Sardinia on Facebook and Instagram pages. 

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Read The NxtStop Sardinia blog to learn more about Sardinia.

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