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3 days / Weekend mountain bike excursion in Alghero

  • Duration: 3 days
  • Distance: about 115 km
  • Period of execution: from April to June and from September to October
  • Level of difficulty: Medium – Difficult
  • Minimum persons: 2 adults
  • Useful advice to the traveler: recommended technical clothing – exerciser with special shoes, helmets and any gloves.
  • Requirements: good health and physical training

Day 1
Starting from Alghero meeting point and begin the path along the bike path towards Fertilia, from here we will start our excursion Off – road taking one of the old roads used during the Second World War to reach various bunkers and other buildings scattered in the area (some still in good condition). Along the way you can look down on
the village Nuraghe Palmavera (which takes its name from the mountain) consists of a main tower of 8 meters tall and 10 in diameter, with 40 cabins distributed in a confused way, some of which now no longer visible. The climb is not difficult, as both slope that as background, in reality there is only a tract by foot (for the presence of rocks and gravel) where at the end you can admire the view of the promontory of Capo Caccia, the bay of Porto Conte and the cliffs of Porto Ferro and Porticciolo. After the brief stop, continue in the pine forest, to reach slightly downhill, the road that leads to the summit of Mount D’olla (436 meters) but our route turns on dirt, and gained about 250 meters above
sea level where there is a small roof terrace used by the forest; from here you can see the airport, the pond of calik, the agricultural zone, Fertilia and in the distance the bay of Alghero. You return to the previous road begins where another fun and not difficult downhill off – road leading to a small nuraghe unfortunately not accessible, half covered by vegetation. It is part of the city where the tour ends today. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Day 2
Breakfast at hotel and departure for the 2nd tour that is longer than the previous; the start
of the city center until you reach the village of Santa Maria La Palma where the namesake winery and hence always on asphalt is reached after a few km of the lake Baratz, the only natural lake in Sardinia. Its extension is not very wide (12 km perimeter ca) while the landscape is varied and interesting.
You can admire the typical Mediterranean flora intense aroma, the fauna and the characteristics rocks formed by solidified mud. The fund is not binding and it is open to all alternating short ups and downs and the provision for more compact. Concluded the ring, it passes in the pine forest to reach the cliffs of Porto Ferro and Porticciolo, the area almost always exposed to the winds. For this reason, the sheer cliffs of sandstone, are seriously eroded, while the vegetation, sparse and low, replace that lush lake. In the area there are some of the Saracen towers, ancient military outposts, unfortunately not in perfect condition because of bad weather. To return to the city, all on asphalt alongside the villages of Maristella, Fertilia, pine forests and beaches of Alghero. Return to hotel,
dinner and overnight.

Day 3
Breakfast in hotel and free time available to the participants and end of our services.

Price per person with minimum 2 paying participants: from Euro 175,00

The price includes:

  • Stay in Hotel **** Alghero with accommodation in double rooms with bathrooms and half board
  • Mountain Bike for minimum 2 people for the above path departing from Alghero and return to Alghero for two days
  • VAT and taxes of law
  • Insurance


  • Tour Guides in tow as planned Euro 230.00 per group per day
  • Packed lunch (2 sandwiches + 1 fruit + water) Euro 11,00 p.person
  • Single room Euro 35.00 per person per night

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