Luxury, exclusivity and elegance, here’s what to expect from a yacht holiday in Sardinia
What to expect from a holiday in Sardinia: beautiful sea and lots of relaxation. And if you add to this the charter... Read More
For a luxury holiday without sacrificing the magnificence of the place, we have created a breathtaking itinerary in Costa Smeralda on board a super yacht.
Itinerary: Porto Cervo, Pevero, Romazzino, Capriccioli, Cala di Volpe, Liscia Ruja, island of Mortorio-Soffi-Nibani-Le Camere.
Our proposal starts from one of the symbolic places of luxury: Porto Cervo, the undisputed capital of the Costa Smeralda, is a fraction of the Gallura center of Arzachena.
In summer it becomes an extraordinary parade of hundreds of yachts, yachts and famous people.
Every day is a continuous alternation of appointments with the international jet set: parties, worldliness, sporting events, golf in particular.
The old port dates back to the sixties, thanks to a brilliant intuition Prince Karim Aga Khan IV. it was the prince who bought the lands of this corner of Gallura and, together with the Swiss-French set designer Jacques Couelle, then flanked by some Italian architects, to give life to the paradise of elite international tourism.
The days on board your charter yacht will allow you to see and experience unique moments in the most beautiful beaches of the northern coast of Sardinia.
Today Porto Rotondo is one of the most important realities of Mediterranean tourism that during the summer season welcomes about 20 thousand guests up to almost 30 thousand in August. The suggestive beaches crown the district and its marina that offers a safe harbor for over 650 boats of all sizes.
Less than two miles by boat from Porto Rotondo is the picturesque island of Mortorio whose surface, of about 12 hectares, is characterized by the presence of beautiful beaches, unspoiled nature and beautiful cliffs.
One of the most beautiful beaches between Porto Rotondo and Golfo Aranci is definitely the beach of Marinella. Very suitable for children and meeting point for all the young people of the local area. in fact, it is they who meet every year on the beach. In short, Spiaggia di Marinella is a reference point for those who want to make holidays in this area of Sardinia, in the name of tranquility but also of fun without sacrificing luxury.
The Islands of Mortorio and Soffi form the small and delightful archipelago of the Costa Smeralda, known for its natural pools and protected by the bay of Porto Rotondo and Capriccioli, in the north-east of Sardinia. Our yacht holiday will be concentrated in this magnificent setting.
These two islets, together with a third called Le Camere, constitute a small archipelago, which is part of the beauties of the Costa Smeralda. The island of Soffi and that of Mortorio, the largest of the group, are of granite origin, the first with an area of 40 hectares, the second of 60, ideal destinations for lovers of diving and snorkeling. They preserve pristine ecosystems, enriched by marine fauna and rare species of nesting birds, such as Corsican gull and peregrine falcon. Their environmental protection is part of the prerogatives of the national park of the archipelago of La Maddalena
Soffi is flat and not very jagged, without large coves but with four delightful coves, real natural pools. Crystal clear waters surrounded by pink rocks. Magnificent and undisturbed hours will make your holiday the most beautiful holiday ever.
Mortorio, unlike Soffi and the Chambers, which flank it, is steep with steep cliffs that reach up to 80 meters, characterized by low vegetation of Mediterranean scrub and brooms. Divided in two by a strip of land, it is dotted with small coves with sheltered beaches, thanks to their layout, and with almost always calm waters.
The evocative name and landscape features of Mortorio have probably contributed to making this island the ideal place for a novel by Paolo Agaraff published in 2006 by Pequod: “Blood is not water” .
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The most beautiful places in Sardinia according to the FFE. An award that recognizes good environmental practices