Sardinia Cycling | Wild Landscape & Nuraghi | Self Guided

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Sardinia Cycling Tour: “Biking in Wild Landscapes and Nuraghi”

7 days cycle tour, travel Point to Point pedaling from Sardara to Pula via Carloforte.
One of the most spectacular travel bike tours in Southern Italy.

On this Sardinia Cycling Tour we offer you the best solutions for you to discover Sardinia in the way you want it with best the hotel selections for your unforgettable bike holidays.

an ancient land steeped in history and mystery, Sardinia is a uniquely fascinating place. From stone age ruins to Roman baths, Sardinia is packed with history.  Its coastline is probably Europe’s most spectacular, with its crystal clear waters teeming with fish and shellfish.

Discover Ancient history in Pula near the Phoenician ruins of Nora, a “must see” not to be missed.

People here are very friendly and lively, where among them you will taste the typical Mediterranean Dolcevita.

You can make this a 4 to 17 days tour

Tour Details
Tour name Sardinia Wild Landscape
Type of tour Self guided, you can start any day of the week
Duration 6 nights, 7 days
Period  From March to December
Level Moderate
Total Distance 258km / 160mi Additional mileage available
Daily mileage 50 to 65km / 27 to 36mi
Start Sardara
End Pula
Suggested Airports In / Out: Cagliari


  • Biking on the terrific Sardinian Southern Coast
  • Pula & Nora, Phoenician ruins
  • Calasetta & San Pietro Island
  • Sant’Antioco salt flats & Pink Flamingos
Not Included
Optional Services
  • Six nights in excellent four & three-star superior hotels
  • Six breakfasts
  • Bike Delivery to Sardara and professional bike fitting
  • Event on RWGPS APP, easy to follow with your mobile phone
  • Sightseeing, restaurant and shopping suggestions
  • All Baggage transfers
  • Drop Off bikes and gear in Pula
  • Keepsake “Bike Tour Sardinia” water bottle
  • All tax and Service Charges
  • City Tax; each village charge a tax per each day between euro 0,70 to 2,50
  • Bike Rental
  • Pre/Post Additional Nights
  • Transfers to/from other destinations on the Island
  • Cooking lessons
  • Cheese tasting
  • Wine tasting
  • Dinners and activities booking
  • Room upgrade

Day 1Benvenuti to Sardara, Sardinia

Welcome to Sardara. It is located in the middle of Campidano Area and it is a village with four thousand inhabitants, has always been a strategic junction and was once the border between the Giudicati of Arborea and of Calari. Sardara’s history is linked, today as in Antiquity, to the thermal springs: the Aquae Neapolitanae led to the establishment of a densely populated Roman residential area (2nd-1st century BC). At the end of the 19th century, they were incorporated into the modern Sardara thermal baths. Two kilometres from the village, your stay will be an experience of well-being in an establishment surrounded by greenery. The waters gush out at a temperature of between 50 and 68 degrees C and are beneficial and therapeutic.
Meet and greet with “Bike Tour Sardinia” representative that will fit your bikes and introduce you to each day ride.
Overnight in Sardara

Day 2 Sardara Loop to Barumini. 59 km / 36,6 mi Rolling hills.

Your inaugural journey commences in Sardara, leading you to Barumini through a picturesque landscape of rolling hills, vineyards, gentle uphills, and an unforgettable panorama, all against the backdrop of fascinating ancient megalithic structures. Upon reaching Barumini, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the Su Nuraxi archaeological site, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Delve into the Nuragic village and its ancient fortress before resuming your ride. On your way back to Sardara, relish the scenic route through vineyards and olive groves, passing by archaeological sites such as the Giants’ Tombs, prehistoric burial structures. Enjoy the breathtaking views and the downhill stretches guiding you back to Sardara.
overnight in Sardara
Meals included: Breakfast

Day 3Sardara to Buggerru & “Costa Verde”. 57 km / 35 mi Flat and Hilly.

Cycling: Begin your ride surrounded by rolling hills, vineyards, lush green expanses, pastures, and an ancient megalithic tomb. The next leg of your adventure treats you to panoramic views of the countryside as you traverse a scenic mountain pass, leading to a descent along the picturesque Sardinian coastline. Feel the salty breeze and take in the views of sandy beaches, immersing yourself in the coastal charm. Your ride culminates in Buggerru, a quaint fishing village steeped in a rich mining history, adding a touch of allure to your coastal exploration.
Overnight in Buggerru
Meals included: Breakfast

Day 4 Buggerru to Carloforte on San Pietro Island. 43 up to 59 km / 28 up to 36 mi Hilly and Flat

Skirting the coastline, your ultimate destination is the captivating San Pietro Island, seamlessly connected to the mainland by a reliable fleet of ferry boats. Today, you’ll board the ferry at Porto Scuso Harbor, reaching Carloforte in just one hour. Departures are available every hour, with schedules accessible at the harbor office or through the Delcomar company.
Once in Carloforte, your cycling journey takes on a simple yet thrilling dimension.
Overnight in Carloforte
Meals included: Breakfast

Day 5Carloforte to Teulada on Sulcis wine area. 57 or 80km / 33 or 48mi Rolling hills to hilly

Today, board the ferry from Carloforte and commence your ride back to Sant’Antioco, pedaling through the scenic salt flats just beyond the charming fisherman village of Sant’Antioco. As you continue your ride, you’ll pedal through the Sulcis wine region, renowned for producing the delightful Carignano red wine. Prepare for a downhill stretch into Teulada, famed for the longevity of its residents and its rich history of accomplishments. This leg of your journey promises a blend of natural wonders, historical marvels, and the rich flavors of Sulcis wines.
Overnight in Teulada.
Meals included: Breakfast.

Day 6Teulada to Pula & Nora Ruins. 47 km / 29 mi Rolling hills, coastal road

Ride along rugged cliffs with ancient fortified watchtowers alternating with little sandy coves and long stretches of sandy beaches. Terrain is up and down until Baia Chia. Your goal for today is the town of Pula, near the Phenician ruins, trading port city of Nora, a “must see” not be missed.
Overnight in Pula
Meals included: Breakfast

Day 7Arrivederci! Good bye!

After breakfast end of the tour. Cagliari airport is around the corner for reach the mainland or other European cities.
Meals included: Breakfast


Self Guided
Tour Price: 1550€

Price based on double accommodation, it can change according to the period.

Make it custom: contact us for a quote!

Single occupancy: 500€
Solo traveler: under request

Private & Custom departures at any time

Road bike for rental


Carbon frames with Ultegra 11 speed; compact groupset.



Discover the Sardinian Strade Bianche on Gravel bikes.

Electric bike for rental


The hills won’t be so hard with our new Scott E-Bikes.

Touring Hybrid bike for rental


Hybrid-Touring bikes very light to face the Italian Hills.

Lodging Example
sardegna-termale-hotel-Bike Tour
Day 1&2 – Sardegna Termale SPA, Sardara

With its two large thermal pools, fitness center and spa with body and facial treatments, the Sardegna SPA is the perfect place to take a break of wellness and relaxation to regenerate body and spirit, a few steps from Sardara and attractions South of Sardinia.

Day 3 – Alelca Domo Superior B&B, Buggerru

At a short distance from Buggerru, in a still untouched part of Sardinia, on the hills of the Malfidano mountain, just 150 meters from the sea, near the golden beach of San Nicolo, lays our little and cozy B&B.

Day 4 – Hotel Riviera, Carloforte

The Hotel Riviera is the best Hotel in Carloforte, situated in front of the Harbour and at the heart of the small village and at a very short distance from the most beautiful beaches of the Island. Is very fascinating boutique hotel and is the ideal location for a relaxing and exciting holiday at once. Visit Carloforte and the colourful and vivid streets and alleys of its town centre.

Day 5 – Da Stefano Guest House, Teulada

Naturally connected to the Ristorante da Stefano, the rooms of “S’Apposentu Teuladesu” form with it a suggestive courtyard structure in the typical Teuladino style. The blue of the window frames, the flowers and the colors of the earth animate this lovely location, bringing to mind all the peculiarities of this territory that has built its history between sea and mountains.

Day 6 – Hotel Nora Club, Pula

Nora Club is a charming, elegant, small 4 star hotel. It’s surrounded by lush, well-tended gardens with a large attractive swimming pool with Jacuzzi area and pergolas, where guests can relax or have drinks and snacks at any time of the day. Nora Club boasts a well-being centre with gym, steam room, Jacuzzi bath, massage and body treatment areas.


Trip of a lifetime
Mauro did an excellent job putting our bike trip together. The trip completely exceeded all expectations. Mauro followed us through the entire trip to make sure everything was perfect. All accommodations were in credible including really fabulous food… Incredible experience!! We visited several vineyards that were incredible.

I would advise anyone who’s not an avid biker to consider an E bike… It made our trip very manageable …Highly recommend

Jennifer, USA
June 21st , 2019

We hired e-bikes for our honeymoon, on the Wild Landscapes tour from Oristano to Pula over 6 days. And we’re not really “bike enthusiasts”. This was an amazing journey, and the bikes were flawless (we want some!). Mauro and his staff were excellent, and helped us even with an unscheduled “skip day” where the temperature and exhaustion was a bit too much for one of the segments. The route took us to the “back way”, exploring interesting landscapes as promised, and the hotels we well-picked and seamlessly organised for us. We just turned up, and they knew exactly who we were and had our bags already sorted. Mauro and staff gave a great briefing at start and end, and were available throughout. He also suggested the beat places for dinners and lunches, when they weren’t included in the trip.
We might give their Tuscany tour a thought for next year!

Nathan, Australia
June 15th, 2019