Motorcycle Tour of Corsica | Motorcycle Tour of Sardinia

Corsica and Sardinia

12 - 25 May 2023

27 Sept. - 10 Oct. 2024

This is a 13 day tour that covers these two beautiful Mediterranean islands. We start and end the ride in Rome, reach Livorno in Tuscany for the ferry to Bastia and run the western and central parts of Corsica. We then cross the straight of Bonifacio and reach the Emerald Coast in Sardinia. After spending a full day in this amazing part of Sardinia, we zigzag our way all the way down to Cagliari, where an overnight ferry will take us back to the mainland. 

In late spring and early autumn these two islands are at their best and will offer mild/warm temperatures, stunning natural scenery, great food and wine, but most of all absolutely perfect traffic free roads. A real must in any biker's bucket list!

"Probably the best riding in the world"



Read the day by day info and join us on this amazing ride.  

Day 1: We set off from Rome and cut across Tuscany to reach Livorno in the evening. We'll stay just a few minutes from the harbour so we can catch the early morning ferry to Bastia. On this day you'll be riding the wild area of northern Lazio and south western Tuscany known as Maremma, which is normally left out on other tours.

Day 2: We catch the ferry and sail to Bastia for 4 hours. We get off the ferry and start the ride north along the Corsican finger. We stop for our first lunch just half an hour out of the harbour in a small bay sitting by the waterfront. We then reach the lighthouse Moulin Mattei and then follow the amazing coastal road all the way to St Florent. The views are amazing and the road has just been widened and newly paved.

Day 3: From St Florent we ride west along the coastal road and have lunch in the historical town of Calvi. In the afternoon we follow the incredibly scenic and wild western coastal road. A feast for your eyes all the way to Porto where we stop for our first two night stopover. 

Day 4: we run a loop into the heart of Corsica. The scenery changes dramatically from Mediterranean to Alpine. We visit Corte, the Valley of la Restonica and that of de l'Asco, close to the highest mountain in Corsica, Monte Cinto with 2706mt, and return to Porto for another night by the Mediterranean.

Day 5: We head south to Bonifacio. Immediately we ride along the road of the Calanches (pic. in the header) then by pass Ajaccio, the busy capital of Corsica, and visit the site of Filitosa, the most significant pre-historic archaeological site in Corsica before reaching Bonifacio for the night.

Day 6: After a loop ride inland to the Col de la Bavela and the Lac de l'Ospedale we return to Bonifacio and take the afternoon ferry (50 minutes) to Santa Teresa di Gallura in Sardinia. After a short ride we reach Palau where will have our second double night stop over. We are in heart of the Costa Smeralda, the Emerald Coast.

Day 7: The first week is nearly finished and Palau is a chance to get off the bikes and enjoy this incredible coastline. Out of Palau there are many boats that offer day trips around the small islands with possibilities to swim in the clearest waters Italy can offer. In May the water temperature is around 20C. For the hardcore riders an amazing loop ride will also be available.

Day 8: we cross Sardinia from East to West along the twisty roads of Gallura and reach Alghero for the night. The roads are amazing. We have dinner by the city walls overlooking Capo Caccia and hopefully witness a sunset like the one here above.

Day 9: we can take a day off or ride a loop to Stintino and view another amazing Sardinian beach, La Pelosa, and its tower and christal clear waters. Returning to Alghero we ride to Capo Caccia and for the fit ones you can climb up and down 300 steps to view Neptune's grotto.

Day 10: After the stunning coastal ride from Alghero to Bosa, we cut inland again and visit the Nuraghe site of Losa, excellent example of Sardinian bronze age constructions, and then cut across the mountains to Arbatax back on the eastern coast of Sardinia for the 3rd and last double night stop over. We have reserved a stunning hotel by the beach with an amazing restaurant.

Day 11: The best ride of the tour, the SS125 from Arbatax to Cala Gonone and back. Superb scenery, perfect tarmac, curves of all kinds makes for an incredible ride. Of course, should you be tired you can always relax on the beach of the hotel.

Day 12: The last day in Sardinia. We ride some more incredible twisty roads in the Sardinian interior heading south to Cagliari and catch the 8pm overnight ferry back to the mainland. You'll all have private cabins with en-suite shower rooms. There's also an a-la-carte restaurant on boars with excellent food.

Day 13: Once we have landed we take the scenic way into Rome delaying our entry until after lunch. This way we avoid rush hour traffic and your rooms at the hotel will be ready. We return the bikes and get ready for the farewell dinner.


Only for a small group of riders: 8 people minimum - 10 people maximum. 


not included

13 days motorcycle rental with unlimited km equipped with side and top cases

fuel for bike

13 nights accommodation with breakfast

dinners, lunches and snacks

- overnight ferry Cagliari - Civitavecchia with cabin and private bathroom
- ferry Livorno - Bastia
- ferry Bonifacio - Santa Teresa di Gallura

beverages apart from water with your dinners

welcome and farewell dinners in Rome (2)

entrance fees to any museums or historical sites

tour guide on bike at all times

toll roads (if necessary)

tour handbook

anything not expressly included
map of Corsica
map of Sardinia
city taxes
support vehicle for luggage



Sharing a Double room riding solo

own bike or from other rental  3805 euro
Moto Morini X Cape 650 5130 euro
BMW F750GS, Honda NC750X, Moto Guzzi V7, Moto Guzzi V85TT 5240 euro
Honda Africa Twin 1100 5370 euro
BMW R1250GS/RT, Ducati MTS V4 5600 euro
single room supplement +625 euro
passenger sharing double +3310 euro