Sardinia - "Robbing bends" at the East Coast & the Gennargen

Sardinia offers endless riding fun for motorcyclists and cornering enthusiasts. The second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea is rich in mountains, wide plains and marshlands, sandy and rocky beaches, cliffs and bizarre coasts.

Pricing

Price
Fahrer im Doppelzimmer: €1,638.00 $1,822.21 ?
Sozia im Doppelzimmer: €1,568.00 $1,744.33 ?
Einzelzimmerzuschlag (Hotels und Fähren): €396.00 $440.53 ?
Optional buchbar für Fährpassage (hin u. zurück): (Einzelkabine "außen") €104.00 $115.70 ?
Optional buchbar für Fährpassage (hin u. zurück): (2-Bett Kabine "außen") €52.00 $57.85 ?

Features

Features
2x Übernachtung im 3*** Hotel (Start/Ziel-Hotel im Raum Weil am Rhein)
Fährpassage Genua – Sardinien – Genua
Motorradpassage auf der Fähre (incl. Treibstoffzuschlag + Hafensteuer)
2x Übernachtung auf der Fährpassage in 2-Bett-Kabinen "innen" (ohne Halbpension)
2x kleines Frühstück bei den Fährüberfahrten
7x Übernachtung im 4**** Basis-Hotel an der Ostküste im Raum Orosei
9x erweitertes Frühstück bzw. Buffet in den Hotels
9x 3-Gang-Menü oder Abendbuffet in den Hotels
7x 1/4 Liter Wein (rot/weiß) und 1/2 Liter Wasser p.P. zum Abendbuffet im Basishotel inclusive.
9x ausgearbeitete Tagestouren während der Reise mit mindestens (!) 2 Tourguides
Gepäcktransport inclusive
8-10 Motorräder pro Tourguide
Routenpläne
Reisesicherungsschein
Erinnerungs-T-Shirt
Not included features
Alles, was nicht unter Leistungen angegeben ist

More details

More details
Mindestteilnehmerzahl: 12 Personen
Bei dieser Tour haben wir wenige Hotelwechsel mit kostenlosem Gepäcktransport im Begleitfahrzeug
Eine ausreichende (möglichst neue) Bereifung ist bei der Reise unbedingt erforderlich! Sardinien "frisst" Reifenprofil !!
Anfallende Mautgebühren der italienischen Autobahnen oder Parkgebühren sind vom jeweiligen Reiseteilnehmer selbst zu tragen.
Kosten für angebotene Ausflüge oder gemeinsame Mittagessen z.B. im Agritourismo, sind vom jeweiligen Teilnehmer selbst zu tragen.
Eine Autobahn-Vignette für die Schweiz wird auf dieser Tour benötigt. Kosten ca. 36,- EUR. Du bekommst sie im ADAC-Shop in Deiner Nähe oder hier im ADAC online-Shop!
Wir empfehlen unbedingt eine Auslands-,Kfz- und Krankenversicherung + Reise-Rücktrittsversicherung! (z.B. hier günstig über die Hanse-Merkur)
Programm-, Hotel- und Routenänderung sind vorbehalten!
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Tourprofil:
Gesamtkilometer ab/bis Bottrop: ca. 4400km. Bei den Kilometerangaben handelt es sich um „circa Kilometer nach unserer Routenplanung“, eine Abweichung ist nicht ausgeschlossen.
Tagesetappen vor Ort: ca. 240 – 390 km (außer An- und Abreise-Etappen)
Straßenzustand: Sehr gut ausgebaute und asphaltierte kurvige Strecken.
Fahrkönnen: Das Motorrad sollte auf kurvenreichen Strecken sicher beherrscht werden. Entsprechende Kondition muss bei dieser Tour unbedingt vorhanden sein. Für Anfänger und Wiedereinsteiger nicht geeignet!
Klima: Mediterranes Mittelmeerklima, zwischen 18° – 30° möglich. Mitte Mai ist die Insel sehr grün und steht in voller Blüte...
Besonderheiten: Dieses Hotel auf Sardinien bietet sich auch zum relaxen, sporteln und "urlauben" an! Es ist natürlich keine "Pflicht" alle Tagestouren mit zu fahren. Jeder so wie er mag und möchte. Aber.... Ihr seid auf dieser Reise mit engagierten und enthusiastischen Tourguides unterwegs, die Euch ihre "Lieblings-Insel" zeigen möchten! Insgesamt waren wir bisher über 40x in diesem Kurvenparadies unterwegs. Lasst Euch von dem "Fieber" anstecken...
Wir empfehlen für die Fähre ein "kleines Handgepäck" extra zu packen, da es schwierig und mühsam ist, mit Motorradkoffern in den engen Gängen zu laufen. Badesachen nicht vergessen !
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Einreisebestimmungen und Medizinische Informationen:
Es gelten die der Staatsbürgerschaft der einzelnen Reiseteilnehmer entsprechenden Einreise- und Impfbestimmungen für das Ziel- und Transitland. Die für deutsche Staatsbürger geltenden Bestimmungen finden Sie auf den Seiten des Auswärtigen Amts.
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Am Ruhetag werden wir wieder einen Ausflug mit Bus & Boot zur "Grotte del Bue Marino" anbieten. Mindestteilnehmerzahl sind hier 13-15 Personen. Die Kosten belaufen sich auf etwa 68,-EUR pro Person, die nicht im Reisepreis enthalten sind und vor Ort beglichen werden müssen!
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Hotels: Wir wohnen während der Reise in zwei guten 3*** und 4**** -Hotels. Abstellmöglichkeiten für die Motorräder sind an beiden Hotels vorhanden. Das Club Hotel Marina Beach Resort befindet sich in der sardischen Provinz von Nuoro, 200m vom Strand und ca. 1500 Meter vom Stadtkern von Orosei entfernt.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.

Enjoy with us the daily tours from our dreamlike base hotel directly at the sea. Wonderful coastal roads and great mountain routes with incredible views of lonely plateaus. In Genoa we take the night ferry and reach the island in the early morning, rested, to get directly into the curvy riding fun...

Tour schedule:

Day 1: Arrival to Weil am Rhein (from the Ruhr area approx. 580km)

Individual arrival (after arrangement if necessary in groups) to the starting hotel for the first intermediate overnight stay. Welcome, dinner and overnight stay in Weil am Rhein (this hotel will also be our final hotel, so that an arrival e.g. with motorcycle trailer is possible).

Day 2: From Weil am Rhein through Switzerland to Genoa to the harbour (approx. 480 km)

Today we drive through the optically beautiful Switzerland and with good weather conditions and suitable time window we will climb the Gotthard pass instead of the Gotthard tunnel. Continue through the Po plain, past Milan and down the most winding motorway in Europe to Genoa and the ferry port. Here we still have some time during the check-in to get food for the evening in the supermarket. For the ferry crossing to Sardinia only breakfast included ! Overnight stay on the ferry.

Day 3: From the harbour "Porto Torres" via Monti and Bitti through the cork oak woods to Orosei (approx. 330 km).

"Buon giorno Sardegna" - In the early morning we arrive at the port of Porto Torres. From here we continue along the northern coast to Lago Del Coghinas. After a first cappuccino in Monti, we enter the up to 1000 m high cork oak forests of Sardinia. The road layout is very demanding, almost alpine. Attention "danger of dizziness" for Sozias! On never-ending bends on the best asphalt, the route leads via Buddoso and Bitti to Nuoro. A visit to the Christ figure high above the city allows us a fantastic view of the Supramonte mountain range. The road up here, around Monte Ortobene, is the house route of the local motorcyclists. From here it is now not far to our hotel on the east coast.

Overnight stay and dinner in our beautiful basic hotel near Orosei.

4th day: Cala Gonone and the "bandit town" Orgosolo (approx. 240 km)

Two highlights are on our program today. Via Dorgali we go to the beautifully situated fishing village Cala Gonone, which we reach via a spectacular pass crossing. At the top of the pass there is a view to the sea, which lies hundreds of meters below. Cala Gonone with its small harbour invites you to take a break. From here excursion boats run to the steep coast and the caves. We continue through the infamous Barbagia (land of the barbarians) to the former "bandit's nest" Orgosolo. The inhabitants of Orgosolo expressed their displeasure against politics with graffiti. "Murales" they call the pictures that are simply painted on the house walls. Just as curvy as before, we continue to Fonni, the highest village in Sardinia. Past the Lago di Gusana, via Gavoi, Marmoiada, Nuoro and Lula back to the hotel.

Day 5: West tour towards Bono and Burgos (approx. 330 km)

The mountains and hills of the northern foothills of Barbagia are our destination today.

We take the SS129 in the direction of Bono, where the area is reminiscent of the foothills of the Alps. This characteristic pointed mountain cone, on which the ruins of Burgos are enthroned (remains of a castle from the 12th century), can be seen from afar. The area around Bono on the smallest winding roads is a driving challenge. It's hard to believe how narrow roads can be. Many hairpin bends take you up to about 1,000m into the forest of Burgos, a lonely rough forest area.

We continued today's tour south to Ovodda. Passing Lago Taloro and Lago di Gusana we reach the wine-growing area of Mamoida.

A winding road along the Flume Cedrino brings us back to our hotel.

Day 6: The big round about Arbatax and Gairo of the "ghost town" (approx. 390 km)

The longest and most beautiful tour is on our program today. The old SS125 (Strada Orientale) is a dream road of Europe, a MUST for every Sardinian rider.

We will take the most beautiful stretch over the "Passo di Genna Silana" in the direction of Arbatax. The approximately 70 km pass road can hardly be topped in driving terms. The asphalt is wonderfully good to grip and the road is very well maintained. Back at sea level and a short detour to the "Red Rock" in Arbatax, we continue towards the ghost town "Gairo" which was completely destroyed by a landslide and rebuilt further up.

At Lago Basso del Flumendosa we reached the southernmost point of our tour today. Again and again we cross the tracks of the "Trenino Verde" (translated "Green Railway") which overcomes here in large loops the gradients of the central Sardinian mountain country. We continue via Isili, Laconi to Aritzo. A few kilometres behind Aritzo a small road branches off into the mountains. This route to the "roof of the island" is demanding but also scenically beautiful.

In a thousand curves it goes further and further up into the mountains. A lonely and rough area, where snow can often be seen on the peaks in May. The only ski lift in Sardinia is also located here. We return in a northeasterly direction via Mamoiada to the hotel.

Day 7: Central highlands with visit of a typical agriturismo (approx. 318 km)

A visit to a typical "agriturismo" (Sardinian farm that produces 70% of its own produce) is a good opportunity to get to know the Sardinian way of life. At Seulo in the middle of the Genargentu mountains, we will get delicious Sardinian dishes at "Petra" and her husband "Gino". Despite this somewhat longer lunch break the driving fun does not come too briefly on this day. The roads in this central Sardinian mountainous region are a dream region for all ambitious motorcyclists. Extremely curvy, mountainous to mountainous and almost no traffic. A great conclusion of this tour is the route via Urzulei to the SS125 which now leads us in the opposite direction to our hotel.

Day 8: Mountain race track and as a reward ice cream parlour & cappuccino (approx. 250 km)

In Sardinia, too, motor sport has a long tradition. Today we will get to know some mountain race tracks and ride our motorcycles ourselves. First direction Benetutti, here we are again on the high plateau of the cork oak forests. A motorcyclist dream of how this road is laid out. With ingenious asphalt and an endless serpentine curve we head towards Siniscola. We then earned an Italian ice cream or cappuccino in the harbour of Caletta before we reach our hotel again.

Day 9: RUHETAG - at your free disposal

Today is the day at your free disposal. Shopping and eating ice cream in Orosei, a boat trip (see separate note below) or just relaxing on the beach or pool. Just the way you like it... because in the evening we have to pack our suitcases again...

Day 10: From Orosei through the interior and Tempio to the port of Porto Torres (about 320 km).

I'm afraid it's "goodbye" today. Along the east coast we reach Siniscola. Over numerous serpentines it goes up into the Monti Albo mountains. A great vantage point gives us a last view of the bay of Orosei and in the direction of Pattada, the "knife city", we continue our journey. The Lago Coghinas, which we know from our arrival, offers us an unparalleled orgy of curves on its eastern side. 50 km without a straight line lead us to Tempio, where we can enjoy a lunch together at "Claudio" for the last time the Sardinian cuisine.

Now it is time to set course for Porto Torres harbour, but not without a photo stop at the "Roccia del'Elefante" (Elephant Rock), another symbol of Sardinia.

In Porto Torres we refuel again and have afterwards again the possibility for shopping for the evening. With a little melancholy we observe the departure from the harbour and say goodbye to the curve island of Sardinia. On the ferry crossing to Genoa no dinner as part of the half board ! Overnight stay on the ferry.

Day 11: From Genoa via a few Swiss passes back to Weil am Rhein (approx. 550 km)

After the breakfast on the ferry and the disembarkation, we will (in good weather) not rider completely the highway with Gotthard tunnel, but explore one or the other pass in Switzerland. We ride back to our starting hotel and let the evening end merrily with hopefully great memories! Overnight stay, farewell and dinner in Weil am Rhein.

Day 12: From Weil am Rhein home journey to Bottrop or Saarbrücken

After breakfast we start the journey home together or individually.