Sardinia certainly has a different concept of time and space. Although it is the second largest island in the Mediterranean , its population is only 1.6 million. From mountains and nature reserves to hundreds of kilometers of coastline, many places on the island are rugged and uneven, and many beaches and bays can only be accessed from the sea. Forests, forests, and plains are still home to animals such as wild boars, and there are unclassified flora including orchids. It isn’t uncommon to cycle for kilometers through the countryside without meeting a soul.
Due to its size and few people, the roads of Sardinia are quiet and relatively free of traffic. During sunset, the experience to have a bike experience along the spectacular coastal road from Alghero to Bosa or from Teulada to Chia is unforgettable and it will remain for a lifetime.