Sardinia and Corsica



Suggestion: April - September - October Open Scheduling Minimum 7 people


One of the two largest Italian islands, Sardinia is the ideal place for those who love a quiet but active holiday in contact with nature, hiking, mountain biking, quads or off-road vehicles, sailing or kayaking, or even simple walks to photograph the beautiful landscapes and the surrounding nature, very rich and fascinating both in summer, spring or autumn.

Beautiful Landscapes and Ancient Ruins

To visit and live with Rodolfo and his team, his jagged landscape as well as full of beautiful beaches is dotted with thousands of Nuraghi, mysterious stone ruins in the shape of a beehive, built in the Bronze Age.

Uncontaminated Nature

Arrival at Olbia airport and transfer by van to Tempio Pausania, next day bike trip towards Lago della Liscia and visit to the ‘Olivastri Millenari’ olive grove. Then Aglientu, Vignola Mare and Santa Teresa di Gallura. Next ferry to Corsica and by bike to Porto Vecchio and San Bonifacio.

Professional Guide

Rodolfo Massi, assisted by his staff, personally follows all cyclists pedalling with them, providing his professionalism, services and advice that come from his great experience and infinite passion for cycling.

From Nature to Towns

Then we'll see the coast around the Capo Testa area and Valle della Luna, finally at Rena Bianca beach. Next at b>Bassacutena, at Vigne Surrau winery, by bike to Porto Rotondo and some bike trips around the beautiful Costa Smeralda hills and from Palau the tour of Maddalena archipelago by boat.

Easy Cycling

If you're not trained, don't worry, we might offer two bike types, choosing between mtb and racing bikes, between the lightweight carbon model (weight 11 kg) with a little help and standard e-bikes (20-23 kg) with more thrust and power.

Trip Itinerary

Flat and wavy, suitable for everyone. Wavy, climbs (5-15 km) with greater slopes.

What to eat in Sardinia

There is not in Italy what there is in Sardinia, and you have to taste your way through the traditional Sardinia foods to know how true that is. Here some: Pane Carasau, Pasta Dura, Pecorino, Sardinian cured meats, Malloreddus alla Campidanese, Culurgiones, Myriad Seafood, Su Porcheddu, Lamb, Sebadas and Sardinian Sweets.

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