Where to go in Sardinia by motorbike: the 5 best areas
- Published: 1-05-2018
- Category: Thigs to Do
Stop at some point, to be able to admire scenarios like the one immortalized in the picture above: here is your perfect holiday. A holiday that you can experience on this beautiful island. You will only need to follow these tips on where to go in Sardinia by motorbike.
- La Gallura. The most fascinating and, in some ways, still wild part of northern Sardinia. Starting from Olbia and continuing towards Santa Teresa di Gallura, in front of you there will be a very suggestive landscape, made of granite and corky outcrops. Of course, you can also admire the incomparable views of the sea.
- The Barbagia. This is the territory of Sardinia where the traditions of the island are, still today, kept intact, a territory in the center of which there is the city of Nuoro. Go through small villages that seem to have stopped in time, and you will always be accompanied by the imposing mass of the Gennargentu massif.
- The Ogliastra. The true treasure of this historic region of Sardinia lies along its coastline. Here, in fact, they open up as many enchanting beaches, which will make the excursions really unforgettable: among the many you can see, there are Cala Luna, Cala Sisine and Cala Mariolu.
- Cagliari and surroundings. The south coast of Sardinia can offer very different views: you can go from beaches like those of Quartu Sant’Elena to areas characterized by large rocky outcrops and parts of the road with even quite challenging curves, up to the island of San Pietro, in the south-western part of the island.
- Between Bosa and Alghero. Alghero and Bosa are two cities joined by the provincial road 105, one of the favorite by the bikers who choose Sardinia for their holidays. Among breathtaking curves and sea views, you will arrive up to Bosa, thus discovering one of the most beautiful places in Sardinia.
Now that you know where to go, you only need one last piece of information to organize your holiday in the best way: to know how to board the motorbike on ferries to Sardinia.
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