• DURATION: 7 NIGHTS 8 DAYS 8 Days and 7 Nights
  • PERIOD: All Year
  • ACCOMMODATION: Charming Bed & Breakfasts and Campsites
  • TRANSPORT:  Motorcycle from our fleet of Royal Enfield Bullet 500cc with support vehicle
  • MEALS:  Fresh packed lunches provided and dinners in restaurant and agriturisms
  • REQUIREMENTS: Minimum riding experience required
  • PERSONAL ACCESSORIES REQUIRED: Rucksack (1 x couple is sufficient), sunglasses, practical clothing, swimwear, trainers, walking boots or suitable footwear, beach towels, helmet, motorcycle jacket, gloves.

All riding gear (helmet, jacket and gloves) can be hired with an extra fee of € 150 per person for the duration of the raid.

Tour Itinerary

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On arrival at the airport, you will be met by one of our staff who will take you to the first hotel where you can relax in preparation for the following morning when the adventure begins!


166 KM

We kick-start with a ride along the winding, coastal road to Villasimius, one of the most beautiful strips of coastline that exists on our island, with its towering cliffs and spectacular inlets of white sand and crystal clear waters. Surrounded by juniper woods, we will follow this exceptional coastline, visiting the best and most pristine coves and beaches of South Eastern Sardinia until we reach Arbatax, our first stop-over.


145 KM

We set off the next morning along Eastern Sardinia’s oldest causeway until Cala Gonone, where at the port, mini cruise boats await you. You will cruise the staggeringly beautiful, secluded coves of the Gulf of Orosei, accessible only by sea. After this unforgettable excursion, we will make our way back to Arbatax.


160 KM

On day 4 we will cross the island from east to west, venturing into Barbagia, a majestic mountain range stretching to the slopes of Gennargentu, cut by deep valleys and secluded holm oak forests where it is still possible to catch sight of royal eagles and the mouflon, Europe’s only species of wild sheep and a symbol of the most untamed environments. This is a wild and uncontaminated territory where customs and traditions have survived for millenniums.
You will be sad to leave the rugged mountain wilderness of Sardinia behind but not for too long as we approach the charming fishing town of Bosa. One of the most beautiful, historical towns in Italy, it lies along the only navigable river in Sardinia, the Temo. Here we will spend our next overnight stay, so take the rest of the day to explore this wonderful medieval town and get a real feel for the local culture.


150 KM

From Bosa we will descend along the western coast until we reach the peninsula of Sinis, where we will visit some of the most beautiful beaches in the area. You can’t miss a visit to Tharros, an ancient city founded by the Phoenicians and later conquered by the Carthaginians and Romans, a cultural heritage of overwhelming beauty. From Tharros we will continue to head south until reaching Torre dei Corsari, a small seaside town dominated by immense golden, sandy shores which get lost in magnificent sand dunes, the highest in Europe, creating a landscape of breathtaking beauty.


140 KM

The following morning we will continue our raid discovering the scenic and unspoilt Costa Verde, which extends for 47 km in a sequence of dark and impressive cliffs leading down to the sea and Saharan-like deserts, intercalated with the fragrant Mediterranean shrublands, one of the true beauties of Sardinia as well as the Mediterranean. We will make our way through Sulcis, which was once one of the most important mining areas of the island. After the decline of the mining industry and eventual closure of the mines in the 1990s, the nature in the area has taken its revenge and has reclaimed what was once hers, creating a unique ecosystem which has now become part of the Geomineral Nature Park of Sardinia, a UNESCO heritage site since 1998. It will be impossible to visit all the park given its size but certain sites are a must see such as Porto Flavia, a sea harbour with spectacular views of the Pan di Zucchero. In the afternoon we will reach the ancient merchant harbour of the beautiful island of Sant’Antioco, where we stop for our next overnight stay.


125 KM

We will devote the last day of the tour to exploring the south/west,with its overhanging cliffs and inlets of fine, white sand and crystalline waters, reminiscent of the Caribbean. After admiring the beautiful beaches of Capo Spartivento and Chia, as we make our way back to Cagliari we will stop to visit Nora, an ancient city founded by the Phoenicians and later inhabited by the Carthaginians and Romans, yet another example of the countless and fascinating cluster of historic sites that our island has to offer.



After checking out, a member of our staff will accompany you to the port/airport as indicated on your booking confirmation.

the package includes

Classic Royal Enfield Bullet 500 CC bike from our fleet, liability insurance, fuel, full board accommodation in ¾ star hotels and charming Bed & Breakfasts, luggage transport (Max 1X55X40X20 per person), support vehicle, mechanical assistance, English Speaking Guide.

the package excludes

Flights and ferry fares (available on request), entrance fees to museums and parks, guided visits and excursions, spare parts and necessary equipment in case of repairs (you will find a list of the cost of all available spare parts in the contract conditions under the description COST OF SPARE PARTS) and everything not specified in the above section “The PACKAGE INCLUDES”.

Available departures

Unfortunately, no places are available on this tour at the moment


Located in the far south west of Sardinia, the Sulcis Iglesiente is loved for its old traditions and rituals. The region was one of the biggest mining centres of Europe and was squeezed of all its resources for 5000 years. Once the mines were shut down, nature took back what was once hers and now Leggi


Named “the Green Coast” because of its luxuriant, green, Mediterranean scrubland, the Costa Verde is a secluded and uncontaminated area characterized by monumental cliffs and immense golden beaches that get lost in huge dunes making this saharan scenery simply breathtaking. Yet, the Costa Verde is more than just beautiful beaches and amazing blue sea. Wherever Leggi


The Campidano of Oristano, the largest plain on the island, is an area rich in history. Thanks to its coastal location and a large amount of resources available, the Phoenicians were able to build three important towns, Neapolis, Othoca and Tharros, which today have become major archaeological sites. Along the coast of this intriguing region Leggi


An area of rare beauty stretching along the north west of Sardinia, Planargia harmoniously combines both sea and mountain, giving life to a unique ecosystem. An extraordinary place which is still devoted to its ancient traditions, whose streets are reminiscent of bygone times.Leggi


The rugged and unique region of Barbagia is situated at the heart of Sardinia and represents the wildest area on the island. Here, both traditions and customs and an impenetrable environment have characterised the lives of its people for thousand of years. Barbagia stands between Nuoro and the newborn province of Ogliastra. The mountain wilderness Leggi


Ogliastra, a province of enchanting beauty, is situated along the east side of Sardinia, among the peaks of Gennargentu and the Mediterranean Sea. Considered to be one of the most picturesque areas on the island, Ogliastra is home to various natural monuments and unspoilt beaches, characterised by crystal-clear waters that have been recognised among the Leggi


An enchanting region with alternating little coves and beaches of crystal clear waters, surrounded by thick, mediterranean vegetation where the scents of mastic trees, strawberry trees and myrtle plants blend together, giving off a wonderful, pungent fragrance.Leggi


Water has played a prominent role in the development of this antique region: the water from the lagoons where the main cities of the region were first built, and the water from the gulf, which has acted as the main area for commercial exchange for millions of years, enabled the capital of the island, Cagliari, Leggi