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Boat trip to Archipelago of La Maddalena

The Maddalena archipelago is located on the north-east side of Sardinia facing Gallura. This National park was instituted in 1994 and includes the seven major islands (La Maddalena, Caprera, Santo Stefano, Budelli, Santa Maria, Razzoli and Spargi) and over 40 smaller granitic islands.

 

With over 180-mile coast line, the islands host over 300 amongst the most beautiful beaches in the world. You cannot miss the Pink Beach (Spiaggia Rosa, Budelli), the Knight Beach (Spiaggia del Cavaliere, Budelli), Cala Santa Maria (Isola Santa Maria), Cala Lunga (Razzoli), Cala Coticcio (Caprera), Cala Soraya (Spargi).

 

You can easily reach all the islands of the Maddalena archipelago with one of our boats and yachts for rent.

Boat trip to Archipelago of La Maddalena

The Maddalena archipelago is located on the north-east side of Sardinia facing Gallura. This National park was instituted in 1994 and includes the seven major islands (La Maddalena, Caprera, Santo Stefano, Budelli, Santa Maria, Razzoli and Spargi) and over 40 smaller granitic islands.

 

With over 180-mile coast line, the islands host over 300 amongst the most beautiful beaches in the world. You cannot miss the Pink Beach (Spiaggia Rosa, Budelli), the Knight Beach (Spiaggia del Cavaliere, Budelli), Cala Santa Maria (Isola Santa Maria), Cala Lunga (Razzoli), Cala Coticcio (Caprera), Cala Soraya (Spargi).

 

You can easily reach all the islands of the Maddalena archipelago with one of our boats and yachts for rent.

Boat trip to the Emerald Coast

Our beloved North-Eastern coast of Sardinia is famous for its white beaches, hidden coves and luxury tourism locations.

 

Its beaches are considered the most beautiful of the whole Northern coast of the island. Once you get away from the main tourist centres and venture out to the shores only accessible by the sea, you’ll be able to discover corners of paradise with no comparisons in the whole Mediterranean Sea.

 

Once your holiday in North Sardinia started, you cannot miss Cala Volpe, known as a roadstead for the largest yachts in the world, as well as Prince beach (Spiaggia del Principe), the Gulf of Pevero, the islands of Mortorio and Soffi.

 

For the nightlife lovers, we highly recommend to stay near Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo, the temples of summer fashion and entertainment.

Boat trip to the Emerald Coast

Our beloved North-Eastern coast of Sardinia is famous for its white beaches, hidden coves and luxury tourism locations.

 

Its beaches are considered the most beautiful of the whole Northern coast of the island. Once you get away from the main tourist centres and venture out to the shores only accessible by the sea, you’ll be able to discover corners of paradise with no comparisons in the whole Mediterranean Sea.

 

Once your holiday in North Sardinia started, you cannot miss Cala Volpe, known as a roadstead for the largest yachts in the world, as well as Prince beach (Spiaggia del Principe), the Gulf of Pevero, the islands of Mortorio and Soffi.

 

For the nightlife lovers, we highly recommend to stay near Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo, the temples of summer fashion and entertainment.

Boat trip to Corsica

Corsica is the ideal destination for the lovers of sea and wild nature.

 

Together with the rocky coasts and stunning, empty white beaches accessible only by sea, the French island offers a dynamic and almost uncontaminated hinterland.

 

Bonifacio is the real gem of the island. Built just 70 meters above the white cliffs, this town is meant to charm you with its tiny alleys, the walks on the port and the breathtaking view on the Strait.

 

Furthermore, we suggest to pay a visit to the islands of Corsica: Lavezzi, Isola di Cavallo and Isola Piana. These masterpieces of nature will fill your heart with their heavenly beaches and nature.

Boat trip to Corsica

Corsica is the ideal destination for the lovers of sea and wild nature.

 

Together with the rocky coasts and stunning, empty white beaches accessible only by sea, the French island offers a dynamic and almost uncontaminated hinterland.

 

Bonifacio is the real gem of the island. Built just 70 meters above the white cliffs, this town is meant to charm you with its tiny alleys, the walks on the port and the breathtaking view on the Strait.

 

Furthermore, we suggest to pay a visit to the islands of Corsica: Lavezzi, Isola di Cavallo and Isola Piana. These masterpieces of nature will fill your heart with their heavenly beaches and nature.

Boat trip to Isola di Tavolara

È nota come il regno più piccolo del mondo. Tavolara è una montagna calcarea e granitica che spunta dal mare, alta 560 metri, lunga quattro chilometri, caratterizzata da rocce impervie, dall’imponente e vertiginosa verticalità e dalle splendide tonalità cromatiche: il verde di ginepro, rosmarino e lentisco, in combinazione con l’azzurro, il blu e il verde smeraldo delle acque attorno.

 

L’isola, dalla forma allungata e quasi piatta, è il fulcro, nonché simbolo caratterizzante di uno spettacoli indimenticabile: l’area marina protetta di Tavolara-Punta Coda Cavallo, che si estende per 76 chilometri sul litorale di Loiri Porto San Paolo, Olbia e San Teodoro e per 15 mila ettari su acque cristalline, insenature e calette, da Capo Ceraso fino a Punta s’Isuledda.

 

Ne fanno parte anche le isolette di porfido rosso di Molara e Molarotto, il pittoresco isolotto di Proratora, le ‘gemelle’ Isola Piana e Isola dei Cavalli e ancora le piccolissime isole dei Porri, dei Topi, del Drago e l’isolotto Rosso, infine Capo Coda Cavallo, lembo di terra granitica che si estende in un tratto di mare riparato. Sono tutti luoghi ideali per gli amanti di escursioni in barca, diving e snorkeling.

Boat trip to Isola di Tavolara

Popularly known as the world’s smallest kingdom, Tavolara is a 560-metre-high and four-kilometre-long mountain jutting out of the sea. It stands out for its steep rocks, vertiginous cliffs and stunning colors: the green of juniper, rosemary and mastic trees, combined with the blue and emerald green of the surrounding waters.

 

The island is the centrepiece of the Tavolara-Punta Coda Cavallo protected area, which extends for 76 kilometres along the coast of Loiri Porto San Paolo, Olbia and San Teodoro, and for 15 thousand hectares of crystal-clear waters, coves and little bays from Capo Ceraso to Punta s’Isuledda.

 

The small red islands of Molara and Molarotto are part of the protected area too, together with the charming islet of Proratora, the ‘twin islands’ Isola Piana and Isola dei Cavalli, the tiny isles of Porri, Topi, Drago and the small Red Island, and finally Capo Coda Cavallo, a strip of emerging land extending into a sheltered beach.

 

The islands of this small archipelago are ideal for boat trips, diving and snorkelling enthusiasts.

Boat trip to Golfo di Cagliari

The Gulf of Cagliari – also known as Gulf of the Angels – is the core of Sardinian southern coast, famous for its sandy shores alternated with rocky coasts.

 

Cagliari, the administrative center of the island, is a lovely Mediterranean town that we recommend our customers to explore. Apart from the city centre and the celebrated Poetto beach, the city offers several panoramic walks facing the port and the wide gulf, as well as an exciting nightlife.

 

Just a few miles away from Cagliari, you will be able to discover wonderful beaches that are no inferior to the better-known sites on the Northern side of the island. Driving west, you can stop by many locations: Santa Margherita di Pula, Porto Pino, Cala Cipolla, Su Giudeu and the stunning Tuerredda.

 

The eastern side of the southern coast offers as many options to spend unforgettable days on spectacular beaches such as Geremeas, Torre delle Stelle, Solanas, the famous Villasimius and the shores of Costa Rei.

Boat trip to Golfo di Cagliari

The Gulf of Cagliari – also known as Gulf of the Angels – is the core of Sardinian southern coast, famous for its sandy shores alternated with rocky coasts.

 

Cagliari, the administrative center of the island, is a lovely Mediterranean town that we recommend our customers to explore. Apart from the city centre and the celebrated Poetto beach, the city offers several panoramic walks facing the port and the wide gulf, as well as an exciting nightlife.

 

Just a few miles away from Cagliari, you will be able to discover wonderful beaches that are no inferior to the better-known sites on the Northern side of the island. Driving west, you can stop by many locations: Santa Margherita di Pula, Porto Pino, Cala Cipolla, Su Giudeu and the stunning Tuerredda.

 

The eastern side of the southern coast offers as many options to spend unforgettable days on spectacular beaches such as Geremeas, Torre delle Stelle, Solanas, the famous Villasimius and the shores of Costa Rei.

Boat trip to Golfo di Orosei

The dazzling Gulf of Orosei shines on the eastern coast of Sardinia, hosting some of the most charming seasides – Many of which are only accessible by boat or trekking.

 

The most important stops of an ideal visit to the Gulf of Orosei are Cala Gonone, Cala Mariolu, Cala Goloritzè, Cala Luna and the Bue Marino cave. We warmly recommend you to not miss even one of these Mediterranean buds, where you will dive into one of the most crystalline waters of the world.

 

Famous for its calcareous sea arch, Cala Goloritzè stands out from the other beaches so much that it was declared ‘Natural Monument of Sardinia’ in 1993, for its breathtaking beauty and the integrity of its environment.

Boat trip to Golfo di Orosei

The dazzling Gulf of Orosei shines on the eastern coast of Sardinia, hosting some of the most charming seasides – Many of which are only accessible by boat or trekking.

 

The most important stops of an ideal visit to the Gulf of Orosei are Cala Gonone, Cala Mariolu, Cala Goloritzè, Cala Luna and the Bue Marino cave. We warmly recommend you to not miss even one of these Mediterranean buds, where you will dive into one of the most crystalline waters of the world.

 

Famous for its calcareous sea arch, Cala Goloritzè stands out from the other beaches so much that it was declared ‘Natural Monument of Sardinia’ in 1993, for its breathtaking beauty and the integrity of its environment.

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