Do you have any advice for potential travellers?
The trip notes state that this trip is suitable for 'occasional cyclists who exercise regularly'. I don't think that quite fits the bill. Day three of the itinerary, which is day two of cycling, ends with what is according to the trip notes 'a steady climb'. Think European hill steady climb as opposed to British hill steady climb. It went on for ages - and I do mean ages. I think I was going up what I would class as a bloody steep hill for about an hour. It must have been at least 10kms, if not more. Unless you're a really fit cyclist, it's a killer. Day two is tough too.
I found the food quite bland, so you might want to take some chillies with you if you like to spice things up a bit. On the positive side, you definitely won't starve - there was soooo much food. I actually didn't want to even look at another bowl of pasta by the end of the trip.
On the last day some of us took the opportunity before the group transfer to visit the nearby ancient ruins of Nora. They are really worth the visit and are right next to the beach, so you can swim too if you want. It's easy to walk there and takes about 35 minutes.