Map of your Motorcycle road trip :
Begin in Rome, UNESCO’s most beautiful city in the world, and equate yourself with your new surroundings. We recommend dedicating a minimum of two days to the city before or after motorcycling in Italy. The group meets at the hotel in the afternoon and picks-up motorcycles between 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM. Afterward, a short brief will introduce you to the safety and organizational rules that will ensure a great holiday for all. A traditional Italian welcome aperitif provides the perfect way to get to know each other before the tour.
Rome - Sperlonga
240 km - 5h of riding
The journey begins with a 240-kilometer ride with a stop at the well-known for Roman Castles in Latium. A visit to Albano Laziale will allow you to see an ancient reservoir still in use alongside the Pope’s summer residence Castel Gandolfo. We’ll explore southern Lazio to admire a panoramic view of the magnificent Rocca Massima before driving west to the delightfully quaint town of Sperlonga. Enjoy a peaceful night along the stunning coastline.
Sperlonga - Naples
200 km - 4h of riding
The Sperlonga to Naples ride starts with a stop in the Campania region only a few kilometers down the road. Home to exquisite pizza complemented by sounds of the mandolin, the coastal region is one of the most romantic places on earth. An enthralling ride through a slice of the countryside takes us to the Royal Palace of Caserta, a celebrated UNESCO world heritage site. The 200-kilometer day concludes as you reach the breathtaking city of Naples by night.
Naples - Amalfi coast
160 km - 3h of riding
A slow pace over several kilometers enables motorcycle tours Italy riders to enjoy each stop to this spectacular day. We’ll begin with a climb up Mount Vesuvius where a spectacular overview of the Gulf of Naples and Pompeii awaits. The UNESCO World Heritage and archaeologic site greet us as we spiral towards the base of the volcano. Our tour continues to Sorrento, home to the amazing Amalfi coast. Captivating scenery and luxurious resorts provide an ideal spot to get a great night’s sleep.
Amalfi coast - Sulmona
330 km - 6h of riding
It is time for a change of scenery as we make our way to Abruzzi. Leaving the sea behind us, we ride the Apennine mountain ridge towards Maiella and Gran Sasso natural parks. Winding roads along a pristine landscape is a fantastic way to enjoy an entire day in the Abruzzi parks. Forests, charming stone fortresses, and endless lakes and gorges are yours to explore. A 6-hour, 330-kilometer route ends in the decadence of Sulmona, the world’s capital of sugared almonds.
Sulmona - Anagni
310 km - 6h of riding
Thrilling roads through the green Maiella and Gran Sasso natural parks brings joy to motorcycle rental Italy riders and passengers alike. Well-preserved medieval villages are glimpses into the past that have served as the set of popular films such as Ladyhawke and The Name of the Rose. Enjoy a barbecue atop the summit of Apennine, with the option of the famous Abruzzi mutton kebabs, followed by a jaunt to the north of the Gran Sasso mountains and westwards. We cross the Simburini mountains to reach Anagni, home to the famous thermal waters and where we’ll spend the night.
Anagni - Rome
200 km - 4h of riding
The way back to Rome is an exhilarating, scenic route featuring amazing gorges, ancient towns, and more. A cliffside monastery and the magnificent Villa D’Este with its elegant gardens are highlights of this spectacular day. By late afternoon we’ll be back in Rome to drop-off rental bikes before check-in to our hotel, the same as the first night of the tour.
Say farewell to the group over a pleasant breakfast, as you become free to explore the Eternal City on your own. We remain available at any time to provide recommendations or tips that will help you further enjoy your time in Rome and your remaining days in Italy.