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About Excursions in Sardinia
Who are we? We are not amateur guides, we are professionals in our field! The tourism market is very dynamic and full of offers. Periodically appear and disappear with the same speed, travel agencies, tour operators, guides, and transport agencies. It could happen that you rent one villa or a summer residence, and when you arrive you do not find what is required; it could happen that contacting a makeshift guide, you get lost in the winding, narrow streets of any city center. But the worst thing of all would be not to find the means of transport you have reserved for the day of departure. These unpleasant incidents ruin your holidays on the Island. To cope with this situation, our company decided to establish the first center of tourism services, which includes several areas: the individual and group tours organization, not only of the island of Corsica, but also around Sardinia; transport services, boat , yachts and helicopters rentals, and mini cruises on the islands; and, further
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Richard D wrote a review May 2015
Seattle, Washington531 contributions196 helpful votes
I rode my bicycle in a loop from Olbia to Porto Cervo. While the infrastructure in Italy for bicycles is poor, riding roads in Sardinia is generally speaking better than the mainland. The roads for the most part are in good condition and, while there often is little shoulder, drivers are accustomed to cyclists and traffic for the most part is light. The speed limit of 50 km/h also helps. The road along the coast to Porto Cervo is hilly, though there are no real long or steep hills, and the road is quite scenic. Porto Cervo early in the season is a pretty, fairly sleepy little port, with earth tone structures. There is a sailing school for those so inclined and a display of Azzura, an America’s Cup 12 meter. From there, I continued NW, turned S and eventually rejoined 125 into Olbia. Total elevation gain for this ride was 864 m over 70 km.
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Date of experience: May 2015