Corsica Cape to Cape main pictures
Corsica Cape to Cape main pictures

Corsica Cape to Cape

The whole natural beauty of Corsica during a glorious cycling week. Starting from Bastia we'll cruise to the extreme North, then we'll pedal counter clock wise, staying by the ocean all way down, capturing the best ever views you could imagine.


Cape Corse breathtaking cliffs

Cape Corse breathtaking cliffs

The Desert of Agriates

The Desert of Agriates

The bay of Porto

The bay of Porto

The stunning Calanques of Piana

The stunning Calanques of Piana

Tadhg CookeTadhg Cooke
12:46 09 Jun 22
A fantastic introduction to cycling in Sardinia. I just rented the bike in Cagliari for a few days at the end of my holiday, with no particular routes in mind. Gian Mario kindly suggested two nice challenging routes, and sent the GPX files. I only had time for one of them - but it was an absolute gem. Starting in the city, cycling along Poetto, before turning towards the hills. After one tiny village, I didn't pass another café or shop for 40 or 50 km. Just me and the pain in my legs. Superb. The bike was a gem - a former Lotto Jumbo team bike which was ridden in the Paris Roubaix by Tom Leezer. I was a *bit* slower, but I probably enjoyed it more! Wonderful experience - lovely people - always available on whatsapp if I needed anything, which was very reassuring when I don't speak Italian or Sardu! I will definitely use them again if/when I return to Sardegna.Thanks again!
We did the Sicily Baroque tour with Mediterras. Self guided on bikes (el and manual). Gian and his team did adapt the tour for our needs and did all to make the tour enjoyable. Few problems surfaced but all were solved. The trail was interesting and added a lot to our understanding of Sicily, its landscape and life in the rural areas. Accommodations were all good, and the quality of the food in the restaurants Gian had arranged varied from good to excellent. At the end of our tour we did a walk in the hillsides of Etna arranged by Mediterras.The Etna tour was wonderful. We were lucky with weather given the circumstances. It was a bit foggy and a bit cold, but it did not rain. The guides did a good job of explaining the geology of Etna for us and the two geology-educated persons in the group! The hike was challenging, which suited the group well. The food and wine at Barbaras place was totally excellent! Six stars out of five.We were not as lucky in Taormina! It did rain cats and dogs. The drivers did adapt quite well. Did stop at several foto-ops and at the entry gate to the pedestrian street. We did wander through the Greek theatre and the pedestrian walk, did have a stop at a fancy coffe-shop/bar and then decided to skip the dinner and return early back to Syracusa.
W. B.W. B.
16:03 20 Oct 21
I found this company using google and right away Gian was very responsive. I told them what we were looking for, gave specific parameters for distance and elevation, and they put together an itinerary very quickly that completely matched what I asked for. The entire trip was seamless from the 1am pickup at airport to drop off after 10 days of cycling. The routes were on quiet wonderful roads and the hotels they chose were all great. A really good local company which does what they claim to do very well. Highly recommend.
Ilja WinkertIlja Winkert
11:14 17 Sep 21
I rented quite spontaneously a city bike for my whole stay here near Cagliari. The workshop is very well located. Grocery shopping, going to the beach and the city worked very well. Bike were in a good condition. I was properly advised. Fully recommend this place.
14:46 23 Aug 21
We are so happy that we found this rental. Very nice, helpfull and professional customer service. We recommend to everyone!

Day to Day

B: Breakfast; L: Lunch; D: Dinner;
1Arrival in BastiaWarm up rideD
2Bastia to Saint FlorentCycling 85Km/1700mB
3Saint Florent to CalviCycling 95Km/1900mB
4Calvi to PortoCycling 82Km/1400mB
5Porto to PorticcioCycling 100Km/2000mB
6Porticcio to ProprianoCycling 700Km/1500mB D
7Propriano to BonifacioCycling 90Km/2000mB D
8Departure from BonifacioDepartureB

Tour Map

Day 1: Arrival in Bastia

Bienvenue en Corsica!
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Starting with quintessential Mediterranean charme with a warm-up ride along the northern coast of Bastia, and celebrating our first day in the Mediterranean with an aperitif featuring ice cold Petra beer, a true symbol of Corsica!

Overnight: Bastia
Included: Dinner

Day 2: Bastia to Saint Florent

Circumnavigating the Corsican Finger
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This is such a beautiful landscape, offering majestic views of Nonza village with its long black sandy beach, the neat Patrimonio vineyards and the relaxed Saint Florent with its lively marina.

Overnight: Saint-Florent
Included: Breakfast

Day 3: Saint Florent to Calvi

From remote sceneries to the elegant Calvi
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We start with a long yet very gentle climb across the wild Desert of Agriates, and inland again to the scenic villages nestled in a natural amphitheater facing the sea.
At the top of this hill we'll have the whole view of the bay and the classy Calvi.

Overnight: Calvi
Included: Breakfast

Day 4: Calvi to Porto

All shades of Granite
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As soon as we'll leave Calvi we'll start with a rolling ride along an untouched coastline then reaching the majestic lookout point of Col di Palmarella. Our stage ends at the lovely hamlet of Porto carved into red rocks.

Overnight: Porto
Included: Breakfast

Day 5: Porto to Porticcio

And now all the shapes of Granite!
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We begin with an absolute landmark of Corsica: Les Calanches de Piana, bizarre and magnificent rock formations. A long climb takes us to solitary mountain hamlets, hitting the coast back on the bay of touristy Porticcio.

Overnight: Porticcio
Included: Breakfast

Day 6: Porticcio to Propriano

Mysterious Archaeology and lively Propriano
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This is the shortest ride of the week, yet offering some cheeky rolling hills The highlight of the day is the fascinating prehistorical place of Filitosa, hosting twenty Menhir statues, carved about 3300 years ago.

Overnight: Propriano
Included: Breakfast Dinner

Day 7: Propriano to Bonifacio

Going out in a Blaze of Glory
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The last ride is nothing less than epic, it is almost meditative, immersed in a shady oak forest. Tha last granite plateau by the coast introduces us to Bonifacio and its limestone cliff.

Overnight: Bonifacio
Included: Breakfast Dinner

Day 8: Departure from Bonifacio

Leaving the Island of Beauty

We'd suggest to spend a resting day in this romantic village, if you can't because of your schedule, then consider that Corsica has three airports: Figari, Ajaccio and Bastia. We are sure you'll be back in the Med with us, ciao Amici!

Overnight: Bonifacio
Included: Breakfast


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