Sardinia, food and landscape

We are ready, next Saturday we’ll challenge the Supramonte range, and we’ll need lots of energy. Food, an essential part of the landscape. We’ve always said that: to us, bike isn’t just a sport challenge, but it’s also discover of an area. And food production shapes continuously the landscape, you’ll notice it while crossing the […]

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Sardinian wines for dummies – Part 2, Red wines.

Grapes from Sardinia

Growing quality Up to few decades ago, sardinian wines were use to blend softer nothern italian ones. Then some local producer start improving vinification techniques, creating very elegant wines. 2015 has been a great year for our winemakers, able to receive many important prices. As for the withes, I’ll tell about the better known wines, […]

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Sardinian wines for dummies – Part 1, White Wines

wine in wooden barrels from Sardinia

This short journey want to tell about the most known sardinian wines and grapes, some you may don’t know that well and some you’d like to discover. To each wine I suggest an easy to find bottle with a good value for money. I’m not a sommelier, neither a super expert, I just love wine […]

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Three unique islands – The Mediterranean Ride

The Mediterranean Ride

Epic bike journey across 3 beautiful yet so diverse islands, Corsica, Sardinia and Sicily. What makes them unique? Ok, there is no question that we are talking about 3 cycling paradises, and certainly you fall madly in love with each one of them. But what really makes them different? The sun, the beauty and quality […]

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Memories from a tour season

Brindisi with wine

A very intense active season is (almost) over, I’ve met so many people in several tours in Sardinia and Europe, doing a job that, after 15 years, still excites me. It’s quite a challenge to summarize all of that on a blog page, I’ll pick among the best moments of my Sardinian tours. Ospitality The […]

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Sardinia, a growing cycling destination!

Ladies cycling in Sardinia

This year we’ve noticed a strong growth of cycling tourism in Sardinia. But you as well can see cycling tourist everywhere, please cheer them and don’t use the horn 😉 Let us express our idea about some beliefs around this subject. 1 Cycling tourism is an interesting niche market Wrong. Cycling tourism is not an […]

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San Martino water, a natural sport nutrition supplement

Spring Water San Martino

Sardinian geological complexity and karst phenomenon created a land rich in natural springs and aquifers. Most of Sardinian waters have a low mineral content, while some have lots of minerals, like San Martino water, flowing from Coros plateau in northern Sardinia. Due to its richness in mineral content, this water is an extraordinary and natural […]

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10 reasons (at least) to plan a bike trip to Sardinia

Traditional Lady in Sardinia

Pick one, and tell us why you agree:) 1. The scenery, almost a continent We quote Marcello Serra, a Sardinian writer, from his book “Sardinia almost a continent” “The island of Sardinia really looks like a small continent, not just because of its morphology and geology, but also from an ethnic point of view, in […]

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From Vine to Wine: Emidio Oggianu a Sardinian winemaker

Emidio Oggianu a Sardinian winemaker

Sardinia is not, among the Italian regions, the largest producer of wine, but here the culture of the vine and wine is an invaluable asset, intimately tied to our culture and our traditions.  The production of Malvasia di Bosa is emblematic,  one of the smallest but most awarded DOC in Italy, that has always contributed to the […]

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Hotels doing right for the Environment

Eco Hotels

[:en]Tourism is more a social phenomenon than an industry. Nowadays we don’t talk anymore about tourism, rather of “tourisms”, meaning several ways to spend holidays. Still now, when I said we do organize cycling tours, some people don’t trust us:) Also we can say that uniqueness is the ultimate luxury, and some places struggle to […]

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