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Internationale groepsreis Undiscovered Sardinia Cycling

Discover the fascinating archaeological sites of Nora and St Antioco of Sardinia


  • The unspoilt landscapes of Sardinia's south-western coast. Unrivalled coastal vistas, the Pan di Zucchero sea stacks, glittering emerald seas, pure white sand beaches. Colourful fishing villages, abundant vineyards, verdant olive groves, panoramic watch towers. Island hop to the beautiful isles of St Pietro and St Antioco. Discover the fascinating archaeological sites of Nora and St Antioco


  • Self-Guided Cycling
  • New Cycling Holidays

Route 8 daagse Fietsvakantie Undiscovered Sardinia Cycling

Sardinia's south-west corner is brimming with immaculate beaches, untouched hidden coves and far reaching coastal views, and there's no better way to discover this beautiful region than by bike. This 7 night holiday takes you from the former mining village of Nebida along undulating country lanes and panoramic coastal roads, to the colourful town of Pula, a short distance from the Sardinian capital of Cagliari. Enroute you pass expanses of vineyards and olive groves and pedal along high rugged cliffs dotted with Spanish and Pisan watchtowers. You'll discover the stunning islands of St Pietro and St Antioco, with their bustling harbours selling the freshest of fish, and admire picture perfect white sand beaches lapped by those famous emerald waters. Sardinia's position in the Mediterranean made it an enviable trading outpost and the island is an archaeologist's delight, boasting a historical treasure trove ranging from the unique yet mysterious Bronze Age nuraghi, to the Punic remains at St Antioco and the Roman settlement at Nora, where the ruins of its ancient temple panoramically gaze out to sea.

  1. Dag 1 - Arrive in Nebida
  2. Dag 2 - Nebida to St Antioco
  3. Dag 3 - St Antioco loop ride
  4. Dag 4 - St Antioco to Teulada
  5. Dag 5 - Teulada to Chia
  6. Dag 6 - Chia to Pula
  7. Dag 7 - Free day in Pula
  8. Dag 8 - Leave Pula
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