A stage race, but without stress and hysteria. The Giro Sardegna proves it can be done. Meet this delightful Italian and, above all, versatile multi-day event taking place from April 23-28, 2023.
The Giro Sardegna (April 23-28) is a stage race with a unique concept. Or rather concepts, as participants have quite a few options and decide in what form they want to ride the event.
We know from previous years that the organizers are very flexible when it comes to individual needs. Do you want to switch to the medio after three days of GranGiro? No problem. Would you like to continue in the GranFondo after having ridden the GranGiro? Fine. Don't want to ride all the stages of the Tour? No problem either. All combinations are possible: mix & match.
GranGiro and MedioGiro
MedioFondo and GranFondo
Every day an elaborate awards ceremony takes place at the riders' hotel, which you can optionally book. If you prefer to arrange your own accommodation you can, of course, do so as well. The relaxed character is largely caused by the small-scale set-up. The participant numbers are slowly returning to the days before covid. At the moment, some 400 riders (m/f) have already registered.
Very special is that the Giro Sardegna chooses a different corner of the island as its base every year. From that base all stages start and finish, so no hassle with packing suitcases and travel. For 2023, the beautiful Colostrai in the southeast is the starting place. Of course, Colostrai is located on the coast, so after cycling you can jump right into the sea or laze around on the beach.
You can find a lot more info on the website.