Road Cycling Holidays in Sardinia
The Mediterranean island of Sardinia may be small, but it has so much to offer keen road cyclists looking to escape the cold in search of some vitamin d. Sardinia is a famous destination for any true road cyclists, offering warm weather, amazing views and some of the best cycling roads in Europe.
From sweeping coastal routes with plenty of impressive vistas, to rolling roads covering most of inland Sardinia, with lots to thrill along the way, our road cycling holidays in Sardinia promise to captivate and keep you entertained. We offer both fully guided and self guided cycling holidays in Sardinia so you are bound to find the perfect adventure with us!
A coastal road cycling holiday winding down the Italian island of Sardinia. Famed as Italy's most exotic island, it is blessed with a fantastic network of well-surfaced and car-free roads and you'll be assured of some fantastic cycling! The island has a stunning coastline which we will explore throughout this cycling tour. Starting in the north of the island, our journey takes us along the high-rising coastal cliffs on the way to Bosa and through the lush cork oak forested Montiferru mountains. Moving south we head into ...
For this tour across Sardinia we've chosen a beautiful route that alternates between gentle coastal roads, vast plains, steady climbs and thrilling descents. We take you deep into the heart of this magical island. Starting in the south-west of Sardinia, near Montevecchio, you'll set off through hills carpeted with lush green maquis vegetation, towards the towering sand dunes of the Costa Verde, where your coast to coast adventure officially begins. You'll ride through olive groves and vineyards, unique and fascinating ar...
Famed as Italy's most exotic island, Sardinia is blessed with a fantastic network of well-surfaced and car-free roads. Starting in the north of the island your journey takes you along the high-rising cliffs on the coastal road to Bosa and through the lush cork oak-forested Montiferru Mountains. Heading south you cycle through the rolling Marmilla hills and you can visit the UNESCO heritage site of Barumini, before crossing the fertile Campidano Plain to the mountainous Green Coast. The route then follows a coastline of s...
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