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Cyclocamping en Sardaigne et Sicile

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Cyclocamping en Sardaigne et Sicile

Nous partons pour un Toulouse - Istanbul à vélo, en passant par la Sardaigne et la Sicile où nous devrions être en avril.
Les prix indiqués dans les guides pour les campings dans ces îles nous inquiètent beaucoup (de 50 à 80 € !). n'y a t il pas de petits campings à prix abordables ? De plus nous sommes assez timorés pour le camping sauvage que nous n'avons jamais pratiqué. Est-ce possible et facile dans ces régions ? N'y a t il pas trop de risque de fauche en Italie ?
Merci d'avance pour les réponses

We start our bike tour from Toulouse to Istanbul in some days, via Sardaigne and Sicile where we shall be in april. The prices of campings found in the guidebooks are terribly high. is there no cheap camping in that areas ? And we are not used of wild camping. is it possible and easy in those islands ? is there not too much risks of trouble or thieves in Italy ?
Thanks for your advices.

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voyage en italie

je sais pas à propos de campings dans ces iles italienne mais vous etes bienvenues chez moi à Benevento. J'ai fait mes vacances en velo l'annèe dernière dans le Midi Pyrennées, c'était fantastique!

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Un grand merci.Nous sommes

Un grand merci.Nous sommes juste partis ce matin de Toulouse. Première étape de notre longue route.A bientôt en Sicile (fin avril)

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Où est Benevento ? Nous

Où est Benevento ? Nous sommes en ce moment à Cefalu et nous dirigeons vers cap d'Orlando et Messine, avec sans doute un petit tour vers le Stromboli.
A bientôt peut-être

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camping sardaigne

nous avons fait ma femme et moi le tour de la sardaigne l'an dernier en mai-juin, et si c'était le paradis pour le vélo, ça l' était pas pour le camping.
Au nord-est, au sud on trouve quelques campings, mais je ne suis pas sur qu'a l'époque ou vous allez y arriver ils soient ouverts !
sur la côte ouest..c'est le désert, par contre si vos moyens vous le permettent essayez un agrotourismo (environ 50€/ personne pour le diner, la nuit et le petit dej)
sinon le camping sauvage bien qu'interdit est tout à fait possible, on trouve facilement des endroits abrités des regards, le plus difficile sur les côtes est de trouver de l'eau (toilettes, popote...)
autre conseil.....attention au vent !!! et ne pas oublier que la sardaigne est très montagneuse !!!
bon vent petits chanceux !!!

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Bonjour, Pour avoir fait le


Pour avoir fait le tour de la Sardaigne, voici mes impressions :
- sur les côtes : assez facile de trouver des campings (certes un peu cher env 30€ pour 2)
- à l'intérieur : le camping sauvage prend un peu de tps pour trouver une place. En effet tout est clotûrer car tout est exploité. Mais en demandant au proprio vous serez bien accueilli.
Pour l'eau, ce n'était pas un souci.

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Wild camping tips

Hey I hope my answer doesn't come too late!

Just to say forget about campings!
I've been travelling 6 months last year (half on my own), never been to a camping ! Wild camping is so much more fun !

Don't worry you will find out how as you go along.
It is especially easy in Sardaigna (I've done the west coast) where it is very wild, and people warm and welcoming. The only thing is that they lack water in some parts, so we had to stop cars to get a refill at some point.
Other than that, there is so many gorgeous wild spots you can wildcamp in, you won't know which one to chose :)

My advices (as a lonely woman):
1- Start looking for a spot BEFORE you get tired
2- Get food and water for the evening at midday, you may not find anything for hours and hours long
3- Once you've decided to search for a spot, begin to take smaller and smaller roads and just see where it leads up to (most of the times: a good spot) sometimes you will have to walk a bit, pushing the bikes.
4- you can go back and look again, don't panic if you don't find it right away (that's why you should look BEFORE you are tired)
5- Personnally, when I am alone, I don't hesitate to go back on main road and start again further if anyone sees me in the small roads, so that I avoid the possibility to be "found" later on, for my security, and to avoid dealing with the "is it authorized?" question. I am very respectful and discret and leave the spot cleaner than it was if it wasn't. Thus I don't feel guilty if I may have been sleeping on some removed part of private property. That beeing said, twice we "had" (to get the boat, too close to cities) to camp in fields in Sardaigna, twice the landlord discovered us and invited us for a drink at his farm)
6- If you don't want to be seen, cover up your reverberating stuff on your bike, it can be seen from very far away if a car light hits them from a road accross the valley for example
But you will "feel" with experiment if hiding is necessary or not
7- if you are in a mountain kind of landscape, go either to the "top" or the "bottom" if you can, there often are more flat spots than on the sides of the roads. Or just don't wait for the last minute to find a spot it can go miles before you find one again. Sometimes I had to "cheat" and deliberatly went on private properties (empty vacation camp, end of a resort, close or old abandonned house grounds after escalading something or finding the door just pushed and not locked)
6- In "cities" (small ones in Sardaigna) you can find weird no-man's lands where you will be just fine
7- Trust your instincts !
8- Enjoy !!!!!!

Beware of: ants nests, beeing too close to farms with dogs that bark all night feeling your presence on "their" land, beeing too close to churches that ring bells all night long, not so flat spots where you find yourselves sleeping with heads down, beeing too exposed to winds and storms in altitude, beeing too deep in forests because at night it is very busy, noisy, inhibited by all sorts of curious animals (not dangerous, just wakes you up), NEVER leave food in your tent, always hang it in some branch, and beware of wild boars: they will not harm youunless:
1- you suprised the mum with her kids
2- you camp ON their usual trails (its easily recognisable)

I NEVER leave my bike unattached wherever the §@#%! it is !!! NE-VER.

Love you !!! Have fun ! :)

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