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Seven-day tour to discover Sardinia with BMW motorbikes

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MEETING POINT

Our motorbike rental meeting point is a five minute walk from the airport.
You can also request a transfer service for 30 € per way

RENTAL DETAILS

For motorcycle rental, a credit card (Visa or Mastercard) is required to block the excess:

  • For the rental of the BMW R1250 GS there is an excess of € 3000 which can be reduced to € 1500 by paying € 25 for each day of rental or reduced to € 750 by paying € 39 for each day of rental
  • For the rental of the BMW F850 GS there is an excess of € 2500 which can be reduced to € 1250 by paying € 25 for each day of rental or reduced to € 625 by paying € 39 for each day of rental
  • For the rental of the BMW F750 GS there is an excess of € 2000 which can be reduced to € 1000 by paying € 25 for each day of rental or reduced to € 500 by paying € 39 for each day of rental

CANCELLATION POLICY

  • 30% of the total cancellation fee for cancellations from 6 months to 1 month before the rental
  • 50% of the total cancellation fee for cancellations from 1 month to two weeks before the rental
  • 80% of the total cancellation fee for cancellations from 2 weeks to 1 week prior to rental
  • 100% of the total penalty for cancellations in the last week or in case of no show

These are the cancellation policy exclusively for motorbike rental. Those of the accommodation facilities may differ according to the period and will be reported to you in the estimate phase of the chosen tour.

Due to force majeure, the requested bike may be replaced with another model of equal or greater power.

We undertake to always supply the requested motor vehicle. However, in the event that this is not possible (for example the previous customer has damaged the motorbike booked a few days before the start of the rental), an alternative motor vehicle will be provided

ITINERARIES

Gran Tour Olbia

  • Day 1: Olbia - Alghero | 227 km

Today's day can only begin by crossing the Costa Smeralda, the destination of the international jet set, where a panoramic road overlooking the crystal clear sea, yachts and dream villas set in nature will make you daydream. You will pass by the tourist resorts of Palau and Santa Teresa, where at the foot of the Capo Testa lighthouse you can enjoy a good coffee, admiring the Strait of Bonifacio and the white cliffs of Corsica. Then towards Castelsardo, keeping the sea on the right in the coastal road that crosses the whole northern part of Sardinia: the Mediterranean scrub and the scent of myrtle berries will be your travel companion. Once you arrive in Castelsardo, an ancient village perched overlooking the sea, we recommend a visit to the castle and a lunch at the "L’incantu" restaurant accompanied by the splendid view that characterizes it. After an excellent fish-based lunch, head to Alghero, crossing the entire province of Sassari

  • Day 2: Alghero - Alghero | 122km

Start the day with a visit to the Neptune Caves: directly from the marina you can take the boat that will take you to the entrance to the largest cave in the Mediterranean with over 2 million years of formation. At the end of the visit, get on your motorbike and head south towards Bosa, a renowned fishing village, famous for its canal port and medieval castle. To get there, you will travel along a coastal road that is a candidate to become a UNESCO heritage site for its curves overlooking the sea and for its breathtaking views. After a fish-based lunch and a walk in the quaint old town, in the afternoon a few curves await you in the direction of Villanova Monteleone that will take you back to Alghero, passing through various mountain villages. For dinner we recommend the pizzeria "El pultal": located in the heart of the historic center of the city

  • Day 3: Alghero - Arbatax | 220km

Head towards Villanova Monteleone to cross all of Sardinia in an easterly direction passing through the boundless Burgos Forest between Bono, Nuoro and Oliena to arrive at the foot of the Monte Corrasi range. The destination is the restaurant "Su Gologone", a stone's throw from the homonymous spring 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 (certainly abundant!), A visit to the restaurant's Botteghe d'Arte is a must, where the very kind staff of the hotel will tell you about the history and origins of this corner of Sardinia. In the afternoon you will quickly descend along a stretch of road with breathtaking sea views that will lead you from the mountains of Dorgali to Cala Gonone, a lively seaside village famous for its beaches accessible only by sea

  • Day 4: Arbatax - Portu Maga | 241 km

This morning you will drive in the oldest center of Sardinia, finding yourself at high altitude between the mountain resorts of Oliena, Orgosolo, Fonni, Desulo and Aritzo. Magical places, rich in history and centuries-old traditions; here you will realize how different nature and people are compared to coastal areas, but the hospitality and kindness of the population will accompany you throughout the journey. After passing the mountains you will arrive in the Giara di Gesturi plain where, after a quick lunch, we recommend a visit to the Nuragic Palace of Barumini: the largest Nuragic settlement dating back to over 4000 years ago. In this magical place the guides will immerse you in the oldest history of the island and will tell you about the life of the inhabitants of Sardinia between wars, religion, society and customs. After the visit, head east towards Portu Maga, where you can have dinner and spend the night

  • Day 5: Portu Maga - Cagliari | 249 km

Today you will wake up with a breathtaking sea view breakfast. You will visit Piscinas, the largest natural desert in Europe, with its high white sand dunes overlooking a crystal clear sea, it is certainly one of the most magical places on the island. You will then head towards Portixeddu, deciding whether to cross the desert offroad (checking that the conditions allow it) or go around it, passing through Ingustosu. A road full of landscapes awaits you that will not disappoint you. You will enter the most important mining area of ​​the island by heading towards Masua, along the coast you will be amazed to see a huge stack in the middle of the sea. This is the "Sugar Loaf", a name due to the very light color of the rock it is made of. We recommend the guided tour of Porto Flavia, a mine overlooking the sea that will leave you speechless. You will continue south, reaching the island of Sant’Antioco for a lunch in Calasetta. If you are a fish lover you are in the right place, in fact in this area tuna fishing is the source of income primary for centuries. Before heading to Cagliari, don't miss the 50km of coastline that delimit this characteristic island. After more than 250km of track, you will look forward to enjoying a relaxing evening in the most elegant city in Sardinia

  • Day 6: Cagliari - Arbatax | 243km

Today is full of driving, curves and fun. It starts immediately with the first piece of the SS125 Orientale Sarda, which connects Cagliari with Santa Teresa. The southernmost part of this fantastic road, in the Burcei area is truly special because in a few kilometers the scenery around you will change quickly making you feel inside an American canyon. Just before Tertenìa you will turn towards Perdasdefogu and you will enter the oldest part of Sardinia: Barbagia. Here you will be surrounded by the Gennargentu mountains in the province of Nuoro. Curves, woods and mountain landscapes will become the protagonists of this day. After having lunch in Seui you will cross Gairo Vecchia, an abandoned village at the foot of a collapsing mountain, Ulassai and Lanusei to then reach Arbatax, where you can relax and spend the night

  • Day 7: Arbatax - Olbia | 252km

Head north towards Dorgali on the most beautiful stretch of the SS 125 Orientale Sarda, the one that connects Dorgali to Tortolì: the mountains, the Su Gorroppu gorge and the landscapes of this unspoiled corner of Sardinia will give you strong emotions. You will cross the tourist resorts of San Teodoro, Siniscola and Budoni to Porto Taverna where you can have lunch with your feet on the sand in the beautiful restaurant "12.1", admiring the Island of Tavolara. In the afternoon you will reach the Costa Smeralda, destination of the international jet set, where the panoramic road overlooking the crystal clear sea, yachts and dream villas set in nature will make you daydream


Gran Tour Olbia II

  • Day 1: Olbia - Arbatax | 221 km

Today you will enter the center of Sardinia passing through Alà dei Sardi, Buddusò, Bitti and finally Oliena, reaching one of the most important restaurants on the island: surrounded by greenery at the foot of the Gennargentu chain, the "Su Gologone" restaurant will make you live a unique food and wine experience in a historical-cultural and naturalistic context of the highest level. You can also visit the Su Gologone spring just a few steps from the restaurant. Lunch will be abundant and in the afternoon there is still a long way to go! You will find yourself in the most beautiful stretch of the SS 125 Orientale Sarda, the one that connects Dorgali to Tortolì, the mountains, the Su Gorroppu gorge and the landscapes of this unspoiled corner of Sardinia will give you strong emotions

  • Day 2: Arbatx - Arbatax | 229 km

Wild landscapes, woods, panoramas and many, many curves will be the protagonists of this beautiful day in the mountains of Gennargentu. Today's itinerary will allow you to discover some of the most beautiful places on the island, along roads that seem to be tailor-made for motorcyclists. The tour begins by passing through Tonara, a mountain village where nougat is produced: a typical Sardinian dessert created from a mixture of almonds, walnuts and honey. Later you will reach Aritzo, a village immersed in the woods, is the capital of chestnut production. In the afternoon you will continue eastwards to return to Arbatax passing through Gairo Vecchia, a charming abandoned village at the foot of a collapsing mountain

  • Day 3: Arbatax-Cagliari | 188 km

From Arbatax head south towards Muravera and Costa Rei, in this area you can see and visit some of the most beautiful beaches on the island, lapped by a sea between emerald green and blue sky. Once you arrive in Villasimius, you will travel along the beautiful coast road that leads to Cagliari, the capital of the island. For lunch we recommend "Il Frontemare", a fish restaurant in Poetto, the great city beach. In the afternoon you can visit the elegant city, taking a walk in the historic center and climbing the castle with its belvedere overlooking the gulf

  • Day 4: Cagliari-Cagliari | 254 km

It starts immediately with the first section of the Strada Statale 125 Orientale Sarda, which connects Cagliari with Santa Teresa. The southernmost part of this fantastic road, in the Burcei area, is truly special because in a few kilometers the scenery around you will change quickly, making you feel inside an American canyon. Once you have passed Muravera, curves, beautiful roads and fantastic views separate you from the nuragic palace of Barumini: the largest nuragic settlement dating back to over 4000 years ago. In this magical place the guides will immerse you in the oldest history of the island and will tell you about 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 in Sardinia

  • Day 5: Cagliari-Portu Maga | 260 km

Route to the South West towards Pula. Along the way, don't miss the Baia Chia beach, one of the most beautiful in Sardinia! You will continue to the island of Carloforte, a former Genoese colony where, even today, Ligurian traditions including the Genoese dialect and tuna fishing are very much alive. Here you can visit the small urban center with its waterfront and go around the entire island, enjoying fabulous glimpses of the sea. Once back on dry land, head towards Masua through the entire province of Sulcis-Iglesiente, a mining area full of abandoned quarries, currently among the poorest on the island. Once in Masua, along the coast you will be amazed to see a huge stack in the middle of the sea, it is the "Sugar Loaf", a name due to the very light color of the rock of which it is composed. We recommend the guided tour of Porto Flavia, a mine overlooking the sea that will leave you speechless. After a quick lunch you will reach Portu Maga for the night

  • Day 6: Portu Maga-Alghero | 233 km

Today we head north towards Torre dei Corsari, where sand and desert landscapes are the protagonists of this area. You will arrive in the warm plains of the Oristano area, driving among huge rice fields and dairy farms. In search of a bit of curves, you will go towards the center of Sardinia passing through the towns of Samugheo, Santulussurgiu and Cuglieri, to get to Bosa, a renowned fishing village, famous for its canal port and medieval castle, where you can have lunch. In the afternoon you will experience one of the highlights of the trip by driving on the coastal stretch that will lead you to Alghero, the capital of the Riviera del Corallo. The Alghero-Bosa coastal road, a candidate to become a UNESCO heritage site, is considered one of the most beautiful roads in the world. 53 Km of curves that flank the section of mares that unites the Nurra to the Logudoro. Once you arrive in Alghero, a breathtaking aperitif at the Riservato Beach Bar will be a must. Only after seeing the sun set over the sea, immerse yourself in the narrow streets of the historic center where you will have a wide choice of typical restaurants, among these we recommend "La mullioned window ”, located on the ramparts that dominate the tourist port

  • Day 7: Alghero-Olbia | 239 km

Head towards the promontory of Capocaccia from which you can visit the beautiful viewpoint overlooking the Foradada island to the west, and the bay of Porto Conte to the east. From here you can also enjoy the evocative skyline of the fortified city of Alghero. Head north towards Stintino where you can visit the La Pelosa beach, considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world for its crystal clear water and fine sand. The next stop is Castelsardo: crossing the entire pine forest of Marina di Sorso to then arrive at the coast road that leads to the beautiful medieval village; we recommend a visit to the castle and then lunch at the "L’incantu" restaurant accompanied by the splendid view that characterizes it. After lunch, leave the sea to head towards Olbia via the interior: here you will cross the villages of Perfugas, Tempio and Calangianus connected by roads full of curves immersed in cork woods, one of the characteristics of Gallura


Gran Tour Olbia III

  • Day 1: Olbia-Bitti | 245 km

The day will begin with the first section of the SS 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. You will visit Mamoiada, Orgosolo with its famous murals, and Oliena, up to the "Su gologone" restaurant, a stone's throw from the homonymous spring 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 (certainly abundant!), A visit to the restaurant's Botteghe d'Arte is a must, where the very kind staff of the hotel will tell you about 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 Ristorante Su Lithu"

  • Day 2: Bitti-Bitti | 271 km

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 numerous objects, the typical Sardinian knives are exhibited: the "Pattadese". Once you arrive in Castelsardo, a fishing village perched overlooking the sea, you cannot fail to visit the medieval castle. We recommend having lunch in the beautiful "L’incantu" restaurant with its breathtaking view of the gulf. After lunch, you will return to Bitti through Tempio, Calangianus and the wine growing area of ​​Monti where the grapes of the renowned Sardinian white wine, "Vermentino", are produced. A few more curves separate you from the destination with the mountain landscapes that return to being the protagonists until you return to the hotel

  • Day 3: Bitti-Cagliari | 238 km

Today you will say goodbye to Bitti to go south, but before leaving the mountains of Gennargentu, enjoy the most beautiful stretch of the SS125 Orientale Sarda, the one that connects Dorgali to Tortolì: the mountains, the Su Gorroppu gorge and the landscapes of this unspoiled corner of Sardinia will give you strong emotions. After a quick lunch along the road you will continue towards Cagliari along the SS125 which in the last stretch, near Burcei, will completely transform making you feel inside an American canyon. Once in Cagliari, the capital of the island, you can visit the elegant historic center and go up to the castle with its belvedere overlooking the gulf

  • Day 4: Cagliari-Cagliari | 254 km

It starts immediately with the first section of the Strada Statale 125 Orientale Sarda, which connects Cagliari with Santa Teresa. The southernmost part of this fantastic road, in the Burcei area, is truly special because in a few kilometers the scenery around you will change quickly, making you feel inside an American canyon. Once you have passed Muravera, curves, beautiful roads and fantastic views separate you from the nuragic palace of Barumini: the largest nuragic settlement dating back to over 4000 years ago. In this magical place the guides will immerse you in the oldest history of the island and will tell you about 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 in Sardinia

  • Day 5: Cagliari-Portu Maga | 260 km

Route to the South West towards Pula. Along the way, don't miss the Baia Chia beach, one of the most beautiful in Sardinia! You will continue to the island of Carloforte, a former Genoese colony where, even today, Ligurian traditions including the Genoese dialect and tuna fishing are very much alive. Here you can visit the small urban center with its waterfront and go around the entire island, enjoying fabulous glimpses of the sea. Once back on dry land, head towards Masua through the entire province of Sulcis-Iglesiente, a mining area full of abandoned quarries, currently among the poorest on the island. Once in Masua, along the coast you will be amazed to see a huge stack in the middle of the sea, it is the "Sugar Loaf", a name due to the very light color of the rock of which it is composed. We recommend the guided tour of Porto Flavia, a mine overlooking the sea that will leave you speechless. After a quick lunch you will reach Portu Maga for the night

  • Day 6: Portu Maga-Alghero | 233 km

Today we head north towards Torre dei Corsari, where sand and desert landscapes are the protagonists of this area. You will arrive in the warm plains of the Oristano area, driving among huge rice fields and dairy farms. In search of a bit of curves, you will go towards the center of Sardinia passing through the towns of Samugheo, Santulussurgiu and Cuglieri, to get to Bosa, a renowned fishing village, famous for its canal port and medieval castle, where you can have lunch. In the afternoon you will experience one of the highlights of the viI travel by driving along the coastal route that will take you to Alghero, the capital of the Riviera del Corallo. The Alghero-Bosa coastal road, a candidate to become a UNESCO heritage site, is considered one of the most beautiful roads in the world. 53 Km of curves that flank the stretch of sea that joins the Nurra to the Logudoro. Once you arrive in Alghero, a breathtaking aperitif at the Riservato Beach Bar will be a must. Only after seeing the sun set over the sea, immerse yourself in the narrow streets of the historic center where you will have a wide choice of typical restaurants, among these we recommend "La mullioned window ”, located on the ramparts that dominate the tourist port

  • Day 7: Alghero-Olbia | 239 km

Head towards the promontory of Capocaccia from which you can visit the beautiful viewpoint overlooking the Foradada island to the west, and the bay of Porto Conte to the east. From here you can also enjoy the evocative skyline of the fortified city of Alghero. Head north towards Stintino where you can visit the La Pelosa beach, considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world for its crystal clear water and fine sand. The next stop is Castelsardo: crossing the entire pine forest of Marina di Sorso to then arrive at the coast road that leads to the beautiful medieval village; we recommend a visit to the castle and then lunch at the "L’incantu" restaurant accompanied by the splendid view that characterizes it. After lunch, leave the sea to head towards Olbia via the interior: here you will cross the villages of Perfugas, Tempio and Calangianus connected by roads full of curves immersed in cork woods, one of the characteristics of Gallura


MOTORBIKES

There are 3 BMW models available:

  • BMW R1250 GS: performance at the highest level and impressive effectiveness in all conditions. The unmistakable character of the BMW boxer engine is even more enhanced on the new 1250. The increase in volume guarantees greater driveability and 136 horsepower. The unique BMW Shiftcam variable valve timing system provides exuberant thrust at both low and mid / high revs. It doesn't matter if you choose to move around the city, on the highway or, of course, offroad
  • BMW F850 GS: Regardless of the travel destination or the type of terrain, with the F 850 ​​GS you can dominate any adventure. This travel enduro was created for true globetrotters for whom no destination is too far away and who want to conquer the world off the beaten track. F 850 ​​GS Adventure: a solid and reliable companion for unlimited adventures
  • BMW F750 GS: Guaranteed fun for everyone with the F 750 GS. Shortened reports i with a 77 horsepower engine enhance its agility while ensuring handling at the highest levels. Suitable for all types of driving, the new F 750 GS enters the large family by right

BMW accessories and costs:

  • modular helmet: 5 € per day
  • trunk: 5 € per day
  • side bags: 10 € per day

Prices
  • Full pricefrom: 1480.00 €
Price list
  • from 01/04 to 30/04

    Full price: 1480.00 €

  • from 01/05 to 15/05

    Full price: 1500.00 €

  • from 16/05 to 31/05

    Full price: 1570.00 €

  • from 01/06 to 30/06

    Full price: 1610.00 €

  • from 01/07 to 31/07

    Full price: 1690.00 €

  • from 01/08 to 31/08

    Full price: 1770.00 €

  • from 01/09 to 20/09

    Full price: 1610.00 €

  • from 21/09 to 30/09

    Full price: 1530.00 €

  • from 01/10 to 31/10

    Full price: 1490.00 €

Included

  • Rent a BMW motorbike
  • Overnight stay in single room with breakfast
  • GPS tracks for your smartphone
  • Roadside assistance
  • Telephone assistance

Not included

  • Insurance
  • Accessories (see Additional Info)
  • Lunches and dinners

What to bring

  • Technical clothing for motorcycles
  • Driver’s license
  • Identity document
  • Credit card

Useful details
Difficulty : Medium
When : From april to october
Minimum age : 18
Requisiti conducente : Driving licence for motorcycles
Languages : Italian | English
Times available : Open ticket
Lenght (days) : 7
Meeting Point
Olbia | via degli Orafi, 28

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