Bei paesaggio e rientro relax
Dai boschi e le montagne fino al mare strade da infarto e panorami mozzafiato
Cagliari - Bugerru - Cagliari
No sea view but beautiful curvy road through the national park, the Gennargentu. Snowy peaks off in the distance in the winter months.
twisties all the way & no traffic. watch out for random herds of sheep though.
A lovely mixed road from the main city in Sardinia heading west. The section after Santa Margherita contains many nice tight corners. If you prefer a sea view you can opt for the minor coast road there too.
Beautiful holiday coast road with lovely coastal views and lots of nice places to stop. Also fantastic corners, well worth a look!
Probably the most well known route in Sardinia for tourist bikers. Rent a bike in Cagliari and travel north along the coast, an uncomplicated way to ride a nice road and enjoy Sardinia!
Stunning minor road with sharp curves. Beware of tourist drivers who may be looking at the scenery and not at you!
There are lots of nice roads around here like this one, so it is worth exploring. Nuoro is a good base for such a trip.
Simply wonderful twisty section in the beautiful sardinian countryside, see old buildings and enjoy motorcycling in this great environment.
Spectacular low mountain section with many tight corners in this area of great natural beauty.
There was a problem with the map on the first (and in my opinion) the best part of this road, somehow google thinks the road is not connected but it actually is. Follow the very twisty SS133 north out of Tempio and enjoy many curves and then it opens out to a faster section.
Excellent very tight section east from Sassari climbing.
The panorama that you can see from this road has nothing to envy to the most popular Orientale Sarda (in the section between Dorgali and Tortolì), the asphalt in 2012 was not so good, so take care.
An incredible sequence of curves with a very high adherence asphalt. The panorama is sometimes very interesting, but if you have a sportive bike I doubt that you will have eyes for it.
This road is the natural prosecution of the most famous sardininan road, the Orientale Sarda from Dorgali to Tortolì, the panorama is not the same level, but the curves in my opinion are better; the traffic of local people cars is near to zero.
Beware of possible animals that often graze free on this road (mostly in all Sardinia roads).
Un giro domenicale da godersi con calma portando il costume x un tuffo a mare
The southerly section of this well surfaced twisty section is narrow with many blind corners. The solid white lines are throughout although it is actually possible to pass. The road is fun to ride but the high armco barriers are a bit intimidating in places. There are also some great views and some tourist attractions such as the 3rd Century temple and some caves on the route.
This narrow, twisty, well surfaced uphll section has many nice corners and although it has solid white lines all the way along it is possible to pass safely in places on a bike.
This is another well surfaced, narrow section of twisty curves, the visibility is quite good in places and so the combinations of corners make it fun.
A nice well surfaced and mostly open section with very little traffic and pleasant countryside through rolling hills. There are a couple of particularly nice open combinations in which visibility is particularly good.
Take the SS131 west out of Nuoro for about 4 kilometers before turning south on the SS128. This road runs through the Gennargentu Mountains. You can use an entire tank of gas and never get out of third gear. You might click up into fourth gear every now and then to punctuate a short straight or snick down into second for a switchback, but the rest of the time, youll be flicking the bike back and forth through never ending curves. After reaching Tiani, you can take the SS295 to Aritzo, followed by th S8 through Seulo to Sadali before turning east towards the coast on the SS198. Youll be a tired puppy by the end of the day!
Running along the east coast of Sardinia, the SS125 is nothing but curves for almost its entire length. Youll be ready for a break by the time you reach the end. The Tarmac is in decent shape and hardly any traffic compared to the mainland!