You will spend a week cycling around the rugged landscape of Sardinia’s west coast (Alghero and Bosa), to medieval villages and Roman towns, such as Santu Lussurgiu, then on down to Oristano, rich in history. You can visit Tharros and Fordongianus, Punic-Roman ruins complex, and there’s the option to add an extra day to visit the unique nuraghe village Su Nuraxi in Barumini – a Unesco World Heritage Site.
The cuisine of this area is a mélange of cultures and traditions. A wide variety of good wines are made in Sardinia, especially sweet wines, and recipes are based either on lamb and wild boar or seafood, cheese and ravioli.
- The Catalan city of Alghero
- Dinner at Gruccione, “Slow Food” associated
- Biking on the coral coast
- Cycling on the Sinis Peninsula, marine reserve area
- Visit at open air museum of Tharros
- San Salvatore village, “Spaghetti Western” movie location
- Tasting culinary art of Sardinia
- Top quality hotels