Ichnusa Bike Adventures is an active tourism portal that comes from the collaboration between TO ISLA TRAVEL that manages our tours and a crew of bike, nature and tourist guides with a passion for Sardinia, cycling and sports in general.
From the Planargia plateau with its small villages and traces of the past towards the sea of the Sinis Peninsula.
From Tresnuraghes to Cabras in a journey that will show you the central western coast of the island.
After numerous requests, we have finally put together a tour for families with small children.
A tour that takes into account the needs of both big and small cyclists.
It is based around short distances, mostly flat paths, secondary roads and assistance.
All the services needed to make an holiday with children easier.
Individual arrival at Tresnuraghes, meeting with our representatives and briefing about the bike tour.
Discover the small villages of Sardinia by bike including Flussio, famous for its basket making, and Tinnura with its sculptures and the murals that adorn the streets of this small town of Sardinia.
By bike: approx 15 km – Total Ascent: 220m
Leaving from Tresnuraghes via easy asphalted and dirt roads, you will arrive at Santa Caterina di Pittinuri for what will probably be the longest and most demanding stop of this tour.
Once on the coast do not miss S’archittu, a 15 m high natural limestone arch that has become a real attraction for this stretch of the western coast of Sardinia.
By bike: approx 37 km circa – Total Ascent: 500m
From Santa Caterina to Putzu Idu in the northernmost part of the Sinis Peninsula, a collage of environments and colours that are sure to impress.
Once you arrive at your hotel there will still be time for a long break on this stretch of coast, with fine sandy beaches with hints of grey.
By bike: approx 33 km circa – Total Ascent: 200m
From Putzu to the surroundings of San Salvatore, in the southern part of Sinis Peninsula for easy bike stage that will give you the opportunity to visit Cabras, museum, The Giants of Mont’e Prama statues and the food and wine production of this village.
Once you arrive near the hotel, do not miss out on visiting San Salvatore, which, like other religious villages in Sardinia, comes to life for the feast of its namesake saint once a year.
By bike: 30 km – Total Ascent 180 m
We are back again at the sea of the captivating Sinis Peninsula, with the white quartz beaches of Mari Ermi and Is Aruttas.
This area is also home to the ruins of Tharros, a city founded by the Phoenicians around 800 BC, which led to the foundation of the city of Oristano, the capital of the ancient judicial kingdom of Arborea.
By bike: approx 25 kms – Total Ascent 100 m
Our services end after breakfast!
See you at the next adventure in Sardinia.