Day 1)Olbia-Bitti - 245km
The day will begin with the first stretch of the Strada Statale 125 Orientale Sarda, crossing some of the most beautiful and famous tourist resorts of the East Coast: from Porto San Paolo to San Teodoro, up to Orosei from which you leave the coast to enter towards the center of Sardinia. You will visit Mamoiada, Orgosolo with its famous murales, and Oliena, up to the restaurant "Su gologone", a stone's throw from the homonymous source that we recommend you visit. Here you can enjoy a lunch with the best of Sardinian gastronomic tradition, accompanied by a unique atmosphere and attention to detail. After lunch (definitely abundant!) It is a must visit the art workshops of the restaurant where the very kind staff of the structure will tell you the history and origins of this corner of Sardinia. In the afternoon, many kilometers of curves will separate you from the town of Bitti, where you can stop for dinner at the beautiful Hotel Restaurant Su Lithu
Day 2)Bitti-Bitti - 271k
We are in the heart of Sardinia but today you will head north to Castelsardo passing through Pattada, where you can visit the Museum of Sardinian history and tradition in which, among the many objects, are exposed the typical Sardinian knives: the " pattadese ". Once you arrive in Castelsardo, a fishing village perched high above the sea, you can not miss the medieval castle. We recommend you have lunch in the beautiful restaurant L'incantu with its breathtaking view of the gulf. After lunch, head back to Bitti through Tempio, Calangianus and the wine-growing area of Monti where the grapes of the renowned sardinian white wine, the "Vermentino", are produced. Still a bit 'of curves separate you from the destination with the mountain landscapes that return to be protagonists until the return to the hotel.
Day 3)Bitti-Cagliari - 238km
Today you say goodbye to Bitti to go south, but before leaving the Gennargentu mountains, enjoy the most beautiful stretch of the SS125 Orientale Sarda, the one that links Dorgali to Tortolì: the mountains, the gorge of Su Gorroppu and the landscapes of this uncontaminated corner of Sardinia will give you strong emotions. After a quick lunch along the road continue towards Cagliari along the SS125 that in the last stretch, near Burcei, will turn completely making you feel inside an american canyon. Once in Cagliari, Capital of the island, you can visit the elegant old town and climb the castle with its Belvedere overlooking the gulf.
Day 4)Cagliari-Cagliari - 245km
It starts immediately with the first piece of the Strada Statale 125 Orientale Sarda, which connects Cagliari with Santa Teresa. The most southerly part of this fantastic road, in the Burcei area, is really special because in a few kilometers the scenery around you will change quickly making you feel inside american canyon. Once past Muravera, bends, beautiful roads and fantastic views separate you from the reggia nuragica di Barumini: the largest nuragic settlement dating back over 4000 years ago. In this magical place the guides will immerse you in the most ancient history of the island and will tell you the life of the inhabitants of Sardinia between wars, religion, society and customs. After the visit, return to Cagliari to enjoy a relaxing evening in the most elegant city of Sardinia.
Day 5)Cagliari-Portu Maga - 260km
Head towards South West towards Pula. Along the way do not miss the "Baia Chia" beach, one of the most beautiful in Sardinia! Continue to the island of Carloforte, a former genovese colony where, even today, the ligurian traditions including the genoese dialect and the tuna fishing are very much alive. Here you can visit the small urban center with its promenade and go around the island, enjoying fabulous sea views. Once back on land, continue in the direction of Masua through the entire province of Sulcis-Iglesiente, a mining area rich in abandoned quarries, currently among the poorest of the island. Once in Masua, along the coast you will be amazed to see a huge sea stack in the middle of the sea, it is the "Pan di Zucchero", name due to the very clear color of the rock of which it is composed. We recommend a guided tour of Porto Flavia, a mine overlooking the sea that will leave you speechless. After a quick lunch, reach Portu Maga for the night. But the surprises of the day are not over yet because you are within walking distance of Piscinas, the largest natural desert in Europe. With its high white sand dunes overlooking a crystalline sea is one of the most magical places on the island. Do not worry, being disoriented is the least that can happen to you!
Day 6)Portu Maga-Alghero - 233km
Today you will head north towards Torre dei Corsari, where sand and desert views are the protagonists of this area. You will arrive in the warm plains of Oristano, driving among huge rice fields and dairy farms. Looking for a few bends, you will push towards the center of Sardinia passing through the population centers of Samugheo, Santulussurgiu and Cuglieri, to get to Bosa, a well-known fishing village, famous for its canal port and for the medieval castle. have lunch. In the afternoon you will experience one of the highlights of your trip by driving along the coast that will lead you to Alghero, the capital of Riviera del corallo. The coastal Alghero-Bosa, candidate to become Unesco heritage, is considered one of the most beautiful roads in the world. 53 Km of curves that run along the stretch of sea that joins the Nurra to Logudoro will hit you, as well as the quality of the route also driven by its scents and colors. Once you arrive in Alghero you will have a breathtaking aperitif at the Riservato Beach Bar. Only after watching the sun set over the sea, immerse yourself in the narrow streets of the old town where you will have a wide choice of typical restaurants, among these we recommend "La bifora", located on the ramparts that dominate the marina.
Day 7)Alghero-Olbia - 239km
Head towards the promontory of Capocaccia from which you can visit the beautiful belvedere overlooking the island "Foradada" to the west, and the bay of Porto Conte to the east. From here you can also enjoy the suggestive skyline of the fortified city of Alghero. Continue north towards Stintino where you can visit the beach "La pelosa", considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world for its crystal clear water and its fine sand. The next stop is Castelsardo: cross the pine forest of marina di Sorso and then the coastal road that leads to the beautiful medieval village; we recommend a visit to the castle and a lunch at the restaurant "L'incantu" accompanied by the splendid view that characterizes it. After lunch, leave the sea to head to Olbia passing from inside: here you will cross the villages of Perfugas, Tempio and Calangianus connected by roads full of curves surrounded by woods of cork, one of the characteristics of Gallura.
- Motorcycles to be chosen from the Standard category
- RC (civil liability) and "driver policy"
- Overnight in a 3/4 star hotel in a single room
- Technical assistance, first aid
- Telephone assistance 24 hours a day
- Flights and ferries to and from Sardinia (available on request)
- Security deposit equal to 20% of the value of the vehicle
- Fuel and meals
- Previous night before the rental (available on request)
- Spare parts and materials necessary for the eventual repair of vehicles
- Tourist guide (available on request)
- Anything not specified in "The price includes".
Tour organised in cooperation with Anton Viaggi of Pietro Cunedda, Via Mazzini 161, 07041 Alghero (SS) VAT NUMBER 02431340906 signed in travel agency register with the number 353 of 23/06/2011 civil responsibility policy n.2011/03/2111858
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