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Cycling in Sardinia

From £1279 for 8 days
Trip Overview
Often referred to as the 'land of silence', Sardinia is a place of outstanding natural beauty, with its crystal-clear sea, limestone ridges and deep gorges. During the week we ride across the wild and pristine southwestern part of the region, passing abandoned mines, ancient ruins and gleaming white beaches. The route starts with a circular ride through the fascinating Sinis wetlands, home to colonies of pink flamingos, then moves on to the spectacular Costa Verde (Green Coast) named for its abundance and variety of Mediterranean vegetation. After cycling past the ancient mines of Ingurtosu and Planusartu, we reach the beautiful beach of Portixeddu where the impressive Pan di Zucchero white cliff towers out of the emerald waters. We then board a local ferry to the fishing village of Carloforte and explore the delightful isle of Sant'Antioco before crossing to the mainland, where we conclude a week of wonderful cycling pedalling across the rolling hills of the stunning Costa del Sud, with its white beaches, coastal pools and imposing high cliffs. Having built a good appetite, you will have plenty of opportunities to sample Sardinia's unique, mouth-watering cuisine: the perfect mix for a great week of cycling!
Essential Info
Starts: Start Cabras.
Ends: End Cagliari.
Ages: Min 16
Theme: Cycling
Trip Code: EMWK
Activity Level:     
Countries visited: Italy, Sardinia
What's Included

Meals

All breakfasts and 3 dinners included

Transport

7 nights in comfortable 3-star hotels and agriturismos 6 days cycling with full vehicle support

Accommodation

Trip Highlights

•   Cycle along Sardinia’s unspoilt southwestern coast

•   Explore fascinating archaeological sites and picturesque fishing villages

•   Enjoy Sardinian warm hospitality and delicious cuisine

•   Relax on Sardinia's stunning beaches

Dates & Availability
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Price
Availability
Departing: 14th Sep 2019
Returning: 21st Sep 2019
£1,349pp
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Limited Availability
2 spaces
Departing: 28th Sep 2019
Returning: 5th Oct 2019
£1,349pp
Availability: Good
Departing: 12th Oct 2019
Returning: 19th Oct 2019
£1,299pp
Availability: Good
Departing: 11th Apr 2020
Returning: 18th Apr 2020
£1,399pp
Availability: Good
Departing: 25th Apr 2020
Returning: 2nd May 2020
£1,399pp
Availability: Good
Departing: 2nd May 2020
Returning: 9th May 2020
£1,399pp
Availability: Good
Departing: 9th May 2020
Returning: 16th May 2020
£1,399pp
Availability: Good
Departing: 16th May 2020
Returning: 23rd May 2020
£1,399pp
Availability: Good
Departing: 30th May 2020
Returning: 6th Jun 2020
£1,399pp
Availability: Good
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Itinerary & Notes
Start Cabras, in the Sinis peninsua, approx. 110km from Cagliari airport.
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Reviews
       
A really great trip, Sardinia is a very beautiful place and we had a fantastic week of cycling, eating, socialising and learning about this beautiful Island from our lovely guides
       
A very enjoyable week of cycling in Sardinia's south west coastal area with a lovely group. Some long climbs which were rewarded with equally long descents. The weather was sunny for the first couple of days, thereafter overcast and occasionally rainy, but this did not dampen the spirits of the group. The leaders - Michele and Simone were excellent, ensuring all the group had an enjoyable time. The hotels and agriturismos we stayed in along the route were all very good with excellent home cooked food.
       
I went with four friends which made for good companionship and plenty of laughs, We made sure that we mixed with the group and made some good friends, and hopefully enhanced their enjoyment. We were lucky with the weather which threatened to have some storms but we seemed to have sunshine most of the time. I loved the morning coffee stops and the daily beach stops for a swim. Some of the rides were quite challenging and surprised the first timer in our group. The resulting downhill sections were fabulous. Most hotels had swimming pools which were very welcome at the end of the day.
       
Very well organised and enjoyable trip taking in some amazing scenery both coastal and inland.
       
Great way to see the beautiful Sardinian West coast, including salt pans, flamingos, the dramatic coastline & turquoise seas.
       
The tour was well organised and Michaela, assisted by Ado, dealt with everything very well. The bikes are very good but be prepared for some stiff climbs on the first two days and the Mistral at any time. Don't forget your Camelbak or your sunblock.
       
This was an amazing cycling trip which included stunning scenery, roman ruins, beaches, disused mines, coastal plains, ferry trips to two islands, country roads (some dirt tracks) and even a crossing of a shallow river!! Our guides Michele and Allesandro really made this trip wonderful and hastle free.
       
We have just finished the May cycling trip around the South east coast of Sardinia. Although we were unlucky with some poor weather on the first few days; the quality and enthusiasm of our leader Michelle and his assistant Alesandro more than kept our spirits up. They really were superb and we couldn’t have hope for a more knowledgable and able team to show us around and help us up some of the steeper climbs. There were however some low points; we did find that for the price of the trip the standard of the accommodation could have been better and also we would have expected some more dinners included. But all in all we had a wonderful trip around this spectacular part of the island; and had a really lovely group to share it with.
       
Wonderful trip, beautiful route - off road & quiet on road, hills & coast, ferries to islands, ruins, great food & accommodation - the lot!
       
Our recent cycling trip in Sardegna exceeded our expectations- our tour leaders were central to the enjoyment and value of the journey. Michele and Alessandro were in high spirits and their enthusiasm and friendliness enhanced the overall experience. Although the weather began in “unseasonal” conditions with cool temperatures and some light rain, the spirits of the group remained high and safety was always paramount. The accommodation was really good and the food was excellent with nourishing breakfasts supplying plenty (excess) fuel for some reasonably challenging days in the saddle.
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