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Sardinia with its breathtaking seascapes make it a certified hub for superyachts.
In this short guide we want to give you just a taste of the beauties that you will encounter during your charter. Thanks to an experienced crew you can go to exclusive bays at the right time so as not to lose the magic of the place.
The charter for Sardinia starts from the fascinating Porto Rotondo, in Costa Smeralda. Here is a riot of yachts and superyachts, a beautiful sight for the eyes of the observer.
This elegant resort town is a popular stop for visiting superyachts during the summer. Despite its worldwide fame it still manages to preserve a quiet atmosphere, especially when compared to the nearby Porto Cervo.
The destinations to reach according to your holiday expectations are many: Baia degli Aranci and the island ofFigarolo represent a luxurious environment in total privacy.
Sailing further south of the coast, you will discover many coves and beaches where you can give directions to anchor to enjoy the view and quiet hours immersed in clear waters surrounded by a unique Mediterranean scrub.
We mention just some of these pearls of the east coast of Sardinia: Cala Mariolu, Cala Goloritzé, Cala Luna, Cala Fuili and Cala Cartoe. Cala Luna is located in the heart of the east coast of Sardinia, hidden in the Gulf of Orosei. It is an unmissable stop for a yacht holiday, characterized by its deep caves carved into the limestone rock that protect it from the winds.
The beach is only accessible by sea, unless you venture out on a 4 km hike. Destination also chosen by snorkelers for the marine beauty that it gives to its visitors.
The charter on board the yacht continues towards Cagliari,the capital of the island, an ideal destination to go ashore and enjoy the holiday climate and the warmth of the islanders.
Having still days available you go to the South West Coast of Sardinia, in the wildest part of the island.
The islets of Isola di San Pietro and Isola di Sant’Antioco offer a more remote aspect of Sardinia and are worth a visit for their unique tropical scenery with plenty of anchorages for your yacht. Inland you can visit the museums of Iglesias and the nuraghe Su Nuraxi in Marmilla.
Heading north-west, the pretty medieval town of Alghero awaits you, which still retains a strong Catalan atmosphere, from the architecture to the excellent cuisines for which it is known. Alghero is also close to the beautiful Riviera del Corallo, famous for being home to the network of caves within the rocky promontory of Capo Caccia – Grotta di Nettuno, to visit when you are in Sardinia.
La Maddalena is the main island of an archipelago formed by seven large islands: La Maddalena, Caprera, Budelli, Santo Stefano, Santa Maria, Spargi, Razzoli; as well as 55 tiny islets.
Here waiting for every tourist a fairytale sea, embellished with hidden coves and emerald green waters. The Skipper will decide the most suitable route in order to ensure the most favorable conditions to spend a unique experience. The stages, dictated by the wind, will be on the most beautiful and famous islands such as: Cala Corsara, Cala Granara, Cala Connari on the island of Spargi, Cala del Cavaliere (the famous natural pools) on the island ofBudelli, Cala Santa Maria in the homonymous island and Caprera.
Return to Porto Rotondo where you will disembark and conclude your charter holiday. The memories you have made on this trip will follow you forever and perhaps even inspire you to start planning your next charter adventure reconfirming
Sardinia Boat Rentals
as the ideal travel companion for your yacht holidays.
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