photo heatmap of Sardinia

Between Sadali and Seulo

Between Sadali and Seulo

Bosa to Alghero

Bosa to Alghero

Break on the road - San Vito

Break on the road - San Vito

Bruncu Spina, Fonni

Bruncu Spina, Fonni

Bruncu Spina, Fonni

Bruncu Spina, Fonni

Bruncu Spina, Fonni

Bruncu Spina, Fonni

Bruncu Spina, going down

Bruncu Spina, going down

Cala Regina in the Winter

Cala Regina in the Winter

Cala Trinità, La Maddalena

Cala Trinità, La Maddalena

Capo Caccia

Capo Caccia

EpicPhany 2018

EpicPhany 2018

Fortezza Vecchia, Villasimius

Fortezza Vecchia, Villasimius

Gadoni

Gadoni

Gadoni

Gadoni

In the ferry to La Maddalena

In the ferry to La Maddalena

Jerzu

Jerzu

Jerzu hairpins

Jerzu hairpins

La Maddalena port

La Maddalena port

Mont'Arbu

Mont'Arbu

Mont'Arbu, close to Seui

Mont'Arbu, close to Seui

Monte Ferru in the winter

Monte Ferru in the winter

Monte Idolo

Monte Idolo

Monte Limbara top

Monte Limbara top

Monte Minerva

Monte Minerva

Monte Olinie

Monte Olinie

Monte Santa Vittoria

Monte Santa Vittoria

Monteleone Roccadoria

Monteleone Roccadoria

Monteleone Roccadoria hairpins

Monteleone Roccadoria hairpins

Mulargia Lake, Orroli

Mulargia Lake, Orroli

Multeddu Giro d'Italia '17 GPM

Multeddu Giro d'Italia '17 GPM

Near Palau

Near Palau

Osini

Osini

Osini

Osini

Perda Liana

Perda Liana

Perda Liana 2

Perda Liana 2

Porto Conte

Porto Conte

Quartu Sant'Elena, near home

Quartu Sant'Elena, near home

S'Arena 2

S'Arena 2

San Pantaleo

San Pantaleo

Sarcerei Pass

Sarcerei Pass

Seulo

Seulo

Talana, first corners

Talana, first corners

Talana, last 2 km

Talana, last 2 km

Taquisara, Ogliastra

Taquisara, Ogliastra

Tascusì Pass

Tascusì Pass

The Wall 1

The Wall 1

The Wall 2

The Wall 2

The Wall 3

The Wall 3

To Caprera

To Caprera

To Talana Climb

To Talana Climb

To Ussassai

To Ussassai

Towards Gadoni

Towards Gadoni

Ulassai

Ulassai

Valle del Pardu

Valle del Pardu

Vallicciola

Vallicciola

Villanova Monteleone

Villanova Monteleone

Villanova Tulo, main square

Villanova Tulo, main square

Villanovatulo climb

Villanovatulo climb

Villasimius to Costa Rei

Villasimius to Costa Rei

Visit to Team Movistar

Visit to Team Movistar

Winter in Cagliari

Winter in Cagliari

With Eric Zabel

With Eric Zabel

Getting to know Sardinia

Sardinia on two wheels is a beautiful and yet little known place in the world. Perhaps for this reason it is even more beautiful. Yes, there are many surprises in store for you on Sardinia.

For this reason we've added the Info Hub to our website to help you find answers to many of the questions that our guests from all over the world have asked us over the years.

A few simple rules

Reviewing a few simple rules is never a bad idea even for experienced mountain bikers.

Selecting a mountain bike

Dealing with this topic involves personal preferences and style of the biker. All of us have selected a mountain bike, and we ride our bike when on holiday. This, regardless of whether where we’re riding is different from where we usually ride.

Selecting a road bike

As concerns bike rentals, we offer cyclists more options for road bikes than mountain bikes. So if you’re a mountain biker, the bike you own may be the bike you’ll bring to Sardinia.

Cheese

Sardinia produces a wide variety of cheese, considering that half of the sheep milk produced in Italy is produced in Sardinia, and is largely worked by the cooperatives of the shepherds and small industries. Sardinia also produces most of the pecorino romano, a non-original product of the island, much of which is traditionally addressed to the Italian overseas communities.

Suitable clothing and seasons

Rather than rattle off statistics about rainfall, temperatures and seasonal averages, we prefer to refer to the cycling clothing most suitable for the various seasons.

Which is the best area for cycling?

We travel a lot and meet many cycling enthusiasts who are very curious about cycling on Sardinia. Curious because of the limited information on this vast and variable cycling paradise, discoverable on a bike!
SARDINIACYCLING HOME

SARDINIACYCLING HOME

Via Donizetti 7a/b
09045 Quartu Sant'Elena | Italy
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Phone (Italy): +39 338 891 8746 - 2
Phone: +39 070 204 1029 - 2
SARDINIACYCLING - ALGHERO

SARDINIACYCLING - ALGHERO

At Hotel Alma
Phone (Italy): +39 338 891 8746 - 4
Phone: +39 070 204 1029 - 4
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SARDINIACYCLING - COSTA SMERALDA

SARDINIACYCLING - COSTA SMERALDA

At Hotel Airone
SP59 to Baja Sardinia
Phone (Italy): +39 338 891 8746 - 3
Phone: +39 070 204 1029 - 3
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Sunday: 9.00 - 13.00

SARDINIACYCLING HOME

SARDINIACYCLING HOME

SARDINIACYCLING HOME

SARDINIACYCLING HOME
Via Donizetti 7a/b
09045 Quartu Sant'Elena | Italy
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SARDINIACYCLING - ALGHERO

SARDINIACYCLING - ALGHERO

SARDINIACYCLING - ALGHERO

SardiniaCycling Alghero
At Hotel Alma
Via Lido, 29
Phone: +39 070 204 1029 - 4
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SARDINIACYCLING - COSTA SMERALDA

SARDINIACYCLING - COSTA SMERALDA

SARDINIACYCLING - COSTA SMERALDA

SardiniaCycling - Costa Smeralda
At Hotel Airone
SP59 to Baja Sardinia
Phone: +39 070 204 1029 - 3
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