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Exclusive Motorcycle Tour France and Italy

From Nice, you will experience an exclusive and fantastic trip across Corsica, Sardinia, and the Italian Riviera. It will be a guided trip like no other! Accommodation will be in three-star hotels ideally located with a swimming-pool when the sea is too far. Motorbike rental will be available with 2014 models if you want to avoid the journey to Nice. Luggage transportation will be provided in the assisting vehicle. With everything provided for your comfort, it sounds like the perfect getaway.

Key information

  • Bike: rental or personal bike (BMW R1200 GS (lowered or standard version), BMW F800 GS Adventure, BMW F800 GS (lowered version), BMW F800 R, BMW F700 GS, Suzuki Vstrom 650 ABS, Honda NC750X, Honda CB500X, Honda CB500F, Triumph Bonneville, Suzuki VanVan 125cc, and Suzuki Burgman 125cc)
  • Mileage: 1,143 kilometers / 710 miles
  • Daily rides: 150 to 220 kilometers / 93 to 137 miles
  • Riding gear: available to rent: gloves (3 EUR), jackets (7 EUR), waterproof trousers and jacket (6 EUR), pack gloves and jacket (8 EUR), and pack waterproof gloves and jacket (12 EUR)
  • Meals: All breakfasts


  • Coastal and winding roads
  • The tour will start and end in Nice
  • Ferry rides to Nice, Corsica, and Sardina
  • Biking along nature reserves and UNESCO sites
  • Cross lovely French and Italian islands
  • Services of a motorcycle guide
  • 6 nights accommodation
  • Luggage transfers


7 riding days
Group size: Minimum of 8 participants
Airport transfer included: Nice Côte d'Azur Airport
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During this motorcycle tour, you will stay in double or twin rooms at three-star hotels, mostly with swimming pools.

Settle in Corsica on night one.

Doze off in Porto on night two.

Unwind in Porto-Vecchio on night three.

Relax in Alghero, Italy on night four.

Get cozy in Orgosolo on night five.

On night six, have a well-earned rest in a cabin, riding a ferry from Olbia to Genova.


Day 1: The Cape of Corsica

Your rendezvous will either be at 11:30 a.m. at Nice Côte d'Azur Airport (NCE) or 12:00 p.m. at the ferry port. You will board the ferry to Corsica for an afternoon cruise where hopefully, you might spot a few dolphins or enjoy the ferry swimming pool. Upon your arrival in Corsica, you will be transferred to a three-star hotel for your first night in Corsica. The hotel comes with a swimming pool.

Day 2: From the Cape Corsica to the Gulf of Porto, through Calvi (approximately 191 kilometers / 119 miles)

The stage will lead you to discover Saint-Florent and its white sandy beaches while traveling around the Col San Stefano. You will go through the Désert des Agriates, one of Corsica's magnificently protected nature reserve. On the way there, you will get to see stunning landscapes and ride on many fantastic winding roads to the Balagne area.

A small artisan road will welcome you, overlooking the beautiful coast and its blue sea. A stop in Calvi will be necessary to get a feel for the famous sea resort and its citadel before taking a route known as one of the most scenic in Europe. You will finally reach the Gulf of Porto for one night by the sea. You will spend the night in a three-star hotel with a swimming pool.

Day 3: From Porto, crossing the island from west to east, to Porto-Vecchio (approximately 210 kilometers / 130 miles)

The beautiful day ride will start with a detour to cross the UNESCO Calanches de Piana. Then, the road will carry on high into the lands through the fantastic Spelunca Gorge, the Aïtone forest, and the Scala Santa Regina. After a short stop in Corte, the ancient capital of Corsica, you will take the road that follows the center of the island, in its length towards Porto-Vecchio.

You will stay overnight in a charming Corsican village above the east coast. Wild boar is a must have in the local restaurant at night! An extra ride will be possible to visit the fantastic Avella spines. You will spend the night in a three-star hotel with a swimming pool.

Day 4: From Corsica to Alghero, Sardinia (approximately 200 kilometers / 124 miles)

Through sceneries that will remind some of you of Canada, you will soon reach the amazing town of Bonifacio, perched on its white cliffs above the Med. You will board on a ferry to Sardinia and less than an hour later, you will be riding on the west coast of Sardinia towards the fortified city of Alghero. It will be time for your first Italian ice cream! You will spend the night in a three-star hotel facing the sea.

Day 5: From Alghero, crossing Sardinia from west to east, Orgosolo (approximately 196 kilometers / 122 miles)

You will discover mountain villages. One of them, Orgosolo, is famous for its wall paintings representing all the subjects you can think about. A walk in those tiny streets will be followed by a scenic ride on a beautiful road going down to the sea. You will reach your stay for the night in a lively local sea resort. You will spend the night in a three-star hotel next to the harbor.

Day 6: From Sardinia to Liguria (approximately 146 kilometers / 91 miles)

You will start the day taking a beautiful side road, avoiding the highway, and winding in the heart of a cork tree forest. Once in Olbia, you will spend the night in a ferry crossing to the very active city of Genova. It will be time for the last Ichnusa, the local Sardinian beer. You will spend the night in cabins on the ferry.

Day 7: From Genova to Nice (approximately 200 kilometers / 124 miles)

Once on the Italian mainland, you will follow the road along the famous Italian Riviera. A few stops along the way will show you the beauty of the area or the excess of some very wealthy persons. After crossing the border, you will go through Monaco before reaching your last stop of the trip, Nice. For those having rented a motorbike, the end of the trip will be at the ferry port in order to have them transported back to Corsica.

Motorcycle rental

BMW R1200 GS (lowered or standard version)

The star of BMW trails! Everyone loves it, everyone wants it. You can finally rent it to enjoy the fantastic Corsican roads. In the lowered version for the pleasure of the greatest number or standard height, it is up to you. Luggage storage is 77 liters in total for the two side cases and 32 liters for the top case. Tariff T4.

BMW F800 GS Adventure

The adventurer, with its powerful engine, comfortable riding position, and excellent fuel consumption, you could ride twice around the island without feeling even a little bit tired. The BMW 800GS Adventure is royalty in the biking world. Luggage storage is 77 liters in total for the two side cases and 32 liters for the top case. Tariff T3.

BMW F800 GS (lowered version)

In the same range as the famous 1200 GS, the GS 800 is a very good touring motorcycle with excellent fuel consumption and easy to drive. Lighter and lower than the 800 GS adventure, the bike will allow you to tackle the Corsican roads with confidence. Luggage storage is 77 liters in total for the two side cases and 32 liters for the top case. Tariff T3.

BMW F800 R

The BMW mid-size roadster will seduce you with its versatility. Powerful with 90 horsepower and maneuverable with an improved gas grip, it is suitable for small jigs with a 790-millimeter saddle. Luggage storage is 77 liters in total for the two side cases and 32 liters for the top case. Tariff T3.


It is a multipurpose trail bike par excellence. With a docile engine, easy maneuverability, and reduced saddle height, the 700GS is attractive to a wide audience in search of adventure. Luggage storage is 77 liters in total for the two side cases and 32 liters for the top box. Tariff T3.

Suzuki Vstrom 650 ABS

Your ideal machine for the Corsican roads, the Suzuki V-Strom has been designed with the rider in mind. Lighter, more fun, and easier to control than big-bore adventure bikes, the V-Strom is comfortable, reliable, and has an average fuel consumption. Luggage storage is 82 liters in total for the two side cases and 37 liters for the top case. Tariff T3.

Honda NC750X

It is the Swiss army knife of the team! It has become one of the most popular bikes in Europe and quite rightly so! Its combination of torque-laden parallel twin cylinder engine, frugal fuel economy, and tough adventure-style chassis, comfortable riding position, and good looks have made it a winner as a superb stylish “do-it-all” tool.

Honda has included convenient details such as the helmet storage space where the fuel tank would normally be. ABS as standard. Luggage storage is 74 liters in total for the two side cases and 42 liters for the top case. Tariff T3.

Honda CB500X

Honda is presenting its new CB500X made for adventure and offering comfort, versatility, and safety in a lightweight model with only 195 kilograms and a seat height of 810 millimeters. Equipped with ABS, the bike is supplied with a full GIVI set. Luggage storage is 74 liters in total for the two side cases and 42 liters for the top case. Tariff T2.

Honda CB500F

It is a nifty little “big” bike which is perfect for both new and experienced riders alike. Its compact dimensions make it easy to ride and maneuver. With a live performance and sharp handling, it is an interesting and fun bike and will be a great choice for those who are looking for a middleweight. ABS as standard. Luggage storage is 44 liters in total for the two side cases and 42 liters for the top case. Tariff T2.

Triumph Bonneville

Ah, the Bonny! Who cannot possibly love the Triumph Bonneville? It is one of the firm favorites. With classic vintage looks, it is a charming bike for gently exploring the island and soaking up the idyllic Corsican countryside. The bike has a low center of gravity, a comfortable seat that your passenger will be truly thankful for, and an engine that will meet your demands in every situation. Tariff T3.

Suzuki VanVan 125cc

It is a cool little bike, ideal for cruising around the coast and going to the beach. Fun and easy to use, the Van Van provides an enjoyable way to get around on your holiday! Luggage storage is only a top case! It is impossible to add side cases. Tariff T1.

Suzuki Burgman 125cc

Comfortable, stylish, practical, well-equipped, and with good protection, the Suzuki Burgman 125 is a great way to discover Corsica on two wheels. Tariff T1.

Included excursions

  • Afternoon cruise to Corsica
  • Overnight stay in a ferry to Genova


This motorcycle tour will take place in Corsica, Cap Corse, Saint-Florent, Col San Stefano, Désert des Agriates, Balagne, Calvi, Gulf of Porto, Calanches de Piana, Spelunca Gorge, the Aïtone forest, Scala Santa Regina, Corte, Porto-Vecchio, and Bonifacio in France. You will also explore Sardinia, Alghero, Orgosolo, Olbia, and Genova in Italy. The tour will start and end in Nice, France.


During this motorcycle tour, you will be provided with breakfasts daily, except in the ferry.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

On day three, you can ride to visit the Avella spines.

What's included

  • 6 nights accommodation
  • Daily breakfast (except in the ferry)
  • Ferry crossings (Nice-Corsica, Corsica-Sardinia, Sardinia-Italy)
  • Services of a guide in the assistance vehicle
  • Luggage transfers

What's not included

  • Transfers not included in the tour description
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Beverages
  • Motorbike repair costs
  • Fines and speed tickets
  • Lunches
  • Visits to tourist sites
  • Optional activities not included in the tour
  • Motorbike t-shirt (size and color to be confirmed later, 15 EUR per person)
  • Security non-refundable deposit for those who will rent a bike (200 EUR)

How to get there

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Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Nice Côte d'Azur Airport (NCE). Transfer from and to the airport is included.

Airport: Nice Côte d'Azur Airport Airport transfer included: Nice Côte d'Azur Airport No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 30% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.
7 days / 6 nights
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Minimum group size

This trip requires a minimum of 8 participants


Start: Sunday October 10, 2021
End: Saturday October 16, 2021

Pricing information

Supplements include the extra cost of garages and ferries crossing.

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