Arrival in Sant´Antioco
Arrive in Sant´Antioco and move into your accommodation. You will be given information about the tour and handed out your rental bikes (if booked).
Get on your bike and head to the crystal-clear sea for a swim: you cycle to Maladroxia, which is a wonderful beach that is famous for its turquoise blue water. Alternatively you can cycle to Calasetta and from there you can take the ferry to Carloforte. In this traditional village you can watch the local fishermen catch tuna. You keep on cycling to the lagoons where you can spot flamingoes, which are domestic here. You will go past many great beaches and then you will continue by ferry to your accommodation.
Today you leave the second largest island, Sant’Antioco and continue on your way through the Sulcis area. Today you cycle through green vineyards and olive groves and you get to enjoy the peace here. In Tratalias, a little village, you can visit the Santa Maria cathedral, which is one of the most important monuments from the Roman times in Sardinia.
Sant’Anna Arresi– Chia
Today there is a seemingly endless number of white sandy beaches, untouched natural landscapes and impressive cliffs. You cycle along the Costa del Sud through beautiful nature until you get to Chia. You can take a break in Capo Malfatano and admire the Sarazenen tower that dates back to the 16th Century. Make sure to enjoy the view from Capo Spartivento too.
Free day in Chia
You have earnt your break after the last few days cycling. Today you can relax and have fun swimming and Chia is the perfect place to do so. You can explore some of South Sardinia’s best and most famous beaches here. Cala Cipolla, Su Giudeu and Campana are all close by too. Would you prefer to do sport today too? Then why not walk along the Roman road along the coastline from Sa Colonia to Santa Margherita’s beach.
Chia – Pula
Today you cycle from Chia to Pula. If you didn’t go walking yesterday then you should definitely make sure you stop at Santa Margherita’s beach today. This beach is one of the most beautiful and diverse. After this, you cycle on to today’s destination and you can walk through Pula’s crooked alleys. Enjoy the flair of this charming village and catch the last rays of sun for the day.
Circular tour in Pula
Around Pula there are some great cycle routes and today you get to explore some of them. Alternatively you can cycle straight to the ancient town of Nora and admire the ancient parts of the settlement, which still remain on this peninsula nowadays. If you feel like you have done enough cycling, you can relax on some of the many beaches close to Pula instead.
Departure or extension
Today it is time to go home. Take the transfer to the airport or head back to the airport as arranged by you. Onwards travel is your responsibility.
A very easy route ideal for families. Stages are all short and leave a lot of time free for swimming.
Category: 3*** hotels
Child prices are only valid when staying in the same room as 2 fully paying adults. Costs for children younger than 2 years old are to be paid at the time.
- 7 overnight stays as stated, breakfast included
- Welcome briefing
- Luggage transfer between the hotels
- Detailed travel information 1 x per room
- Service hotline
- Return transfer from Pula to the airport costs approx. EUR 40 per person and is possible with a minimum of 2 people upon request. Reservation necessary. Pay at the time
Things to note
- Ferry to Carloforte not included
- Further important information according to the package travel law can be found here!
- Fly to Cagliari and then take the train for an hour to Carbonia. From there you take a bus for about 40 minutes to Sant’Antioco. Alternatively, you can use the transfer to Sant’Antioco for about € 60 per person. Transfer for a minimum of 2 people upon request. Reservation necessary. Pay at the time.
- Return by bus (approx. 1 hours) from Pula to Cagliari and then continue for about 10 minutes by train to the airport.
- No minimum age.
- Requirements: Basic fitness and cycle skills. A very easy route ideal for families.
- Stages are all short and leave a lot of time free for swimming.