Enjoy an holiday in Sardinia aboard our sailboat

The circumnavigation of Sardinia can last about a month, each quadrant can be covered in a week or ten days. It depends on the wind and the pace we want to give to this adventure which you can join at any time and from any route.



From the port this stone city will appear spread over its 11 hills, from which it will proudly observe you with its towers and its unforgettable sky. All roads from the sea lead to the Castello district, perched with its walls, its ramparts and its narrow alleys. Lose yourself in the narrow streets of the Marina district where you will still feel a multi-ethnic energy vibrating with the air smelling of spicy perfumes. Restaurants, shops, music, every corner is a piece of the world to experience.


A sequence of long beaches of golden sand and delightful hidden coves accompany us from Geremeas to Solanas, passing through the two coves Genn'e Mari and Cann'e Sisa of Torre delle Stelle, a small tourist village on a promontory which lights up in the evening with a thousand lights.


The high cliffs surmounted by one of the many over one hundred Aragonese watchtowers on our island, protect welcoming ravines and are a prelude to pebble beaches such as that of Mari Pintau, bathed by an irresistible liquid emerald. A painted sea in which it is impossible not to take a dip.


A sequence of long beaches of golden sand and delightful hidden coves accompany us from Geremeas to Solanas, passing through the two coves Genn'e Mari and Cann'e Sisa of Torre delle Stelle, a small tourist village on a promontory which lights up in the evening with a thousand lights.


Going towards the extreme south-eastern tip of Sardinia you enter the Capo Carbonara Marine Protected Area (AMPCC), with its wonderful beaches from Porto Sa Ruxi to Cala Giunco, protected by Capo Carbonara which almost reaches out to touch the island of
Cabbages, and again the suggestive Punta Molentis with its characteristic tombolo, a small island connected to the land by a narrow strip of shiny sand. In summer, don't miss a walk in the lively tourist centre.


We go up the uncontaminated eastern coast with its imaginative granite landscapes decorated with Mediterranean scrub. Leaving the island of Serpentara with the Torre di Luigi to the east, you reach the bay of Cala Pira whose coastal tower of the same name stands out among dunes and fragrant junipers.
Beyond Punta Cappuccini extend the white sands of Cala Sinzias beach and the long coastline of fine sand of Costa Rei. And even sinuous beaches up to Porto Corallo, near the mouth of the Flumendosa river.


After a long stretch of sailing in which we will enjoy the views of a wild-looking coast and the silence that sea life offers, we arrive at the port of Arbatax, a hospitable village framed by characteristic red rocks. A little further north Santa Maria Navarrese, the perfect landing place for those who want to disembark to discover a corner of the island
truly characteristic and ideal for those who love trekking.



Magical and wonderful are the coves that follow one another embraced by the Gulf of Orosei from Cala Goloritzè to Cala Luna passing through Mariolu, Biriola and Sisine, some of which are pebbly and others sandy. The limestones of the Supramonte flow into the sea from the heights of vertiginous cliffs. This is the ideal place to build indelible memories between one dive and another in emerald waters.
Cala Gonone is the small port of a busy tourist resort. If you love diving, take advantage of it to discover the seabed. A renowned festival dedicated to jazz also takes place at the end of July.


After Orosei the coast softens and the gaze returns to long stretches of coves and sandy coves. After passing Cape Comino, with its lighthouse, we can stop at Isola Rossa before entering the port of La Caletta and from here
the adventure, for those who want, can continue towards the hinterland, in search of characteristic villages and delicious food or discovering beautiful beaches such as that of Tiriarzu.


After caressing the transparent waters of Porto Ottiolu we let ourselves slide north until we meet the long and silky beaches of San Teodoro with the lagoon mirror and just beyond the wonderful Cala Brandinchi, not called "little Thaiti" for nothing. We are in the historic region of Gallura and we will certainly take the opportunity to taste a typical dish such as the delicious Gallura soup based on bread and cheese and we will wash it all down with an excellent
Vermentino wine. In August the famous Time in Jazz festival takes place in Berchidda.


In an area where imaginatively shaped granites reign, the island of Tavolara looks at us imposingly with its steep limestones. If you love diving, don't miss the opportunity to visit the rich seabed of the protected marine area. Climbing to the top of the island is also a sensational experience. To optimize your trip, choose the period in which there is the panoramic Film Festival, at the beginning of July.


The ancient capital of Gallura is located in the deepest part of a complex rias inlet worked by waterways that have shaped bays, natural gulfs and long beaches such as Pittulongu, Marina Maria and Porto Istana. Further north, Porto Rotondo awaits us, one of the most renowned locations for national and international VIPs. Just enough time for an aperitif and we go to experience the beauty of small sandy paradises such as Portisco, Rena Bianca and Capriccioli.
If you like fashionable places we can also pay a visit to Porto Cervo, our Ichnusa certainly doesn't look out of place in the presence of powerful yachts.


Once past Capo Ferro, the magic of an archipelago awaits us in which the rocks seem to come alive as if in a fairy world. Caprera, Santo Stefano, Spargi…major and minor islands deserve a prolonged stop to appreciate the nuances of the thousand shades of blue of the sea. You can board wherever you want.


Palau, with the curious Bear's Rock, is another gateway to the La Maddalena Archipelago. From here to Santa Teresa di Gallura the coast also opens up into long, clear sandy beaches, and offers bays and shelters such as the suggestive fjord of Porto Pozzo. On the renowned beach of Porto Pollo the wind is a great ally for those who love practicing sailing sports such as windsurfing and kitesurfing. While the town of Santa Teresa is worth a visit for its colorful houses, small shops and the imposing Longosardo tower a stone's throw from the natural port.



Beyond the promontory of Capo Testa, with its rocky ravines and small inlets animated by granite sculptures, we go towards the long sandy landscape of Rena Majore with soft dunes and then the Costa Paradiso with the rock amphitheaters that hide enchanting beaches such as Li Cossi .

The landing in the small village of Isola Rossa, facing the red rock island of the same name, gives us a glimpse of a very fascinating stretch of Sardinia.
Take it into consideration if you want to visit the long beaches of Badesi. In the center of the Gulf of Asinara, the picturesque medieval village of Castelsardo looks down on us, moored in the Marina. Here you can enjoy excellent fish and watch the women making baskets out of asphodel, straw or raffia sitting on the doorstep. Suggestive
the rites of Holy Week.


If you are in northern Sardinia you can also board from Porto Torres or Stintino. Continuing west, the passage around the Asinara island will remain impressed by the scenic beauty of the sea and the very white beaches such as La Pelosa faced by the Piana Island and one of the over one hundred Sardinian coastal towers.


Once past the north-west tip, the coast becomes rocky until it transforms into imposing cliffs like those of Capo Caccia which herald the arrival in Alghero. Rich in caves and underwater stories, this area is very popular with diving enthusiasts. Inside the marine area of Porto Conte, there is the largest submerged cave in Europe: the Nereo cave. The Catalan town of Alghero knows how to conquer with its medieval views, its nightlife and delicious dishes such as Catalan lobster with tomatoes and onions. Don't miss Holy Week with its suggestive rites and processions and the New Year and August holidays with fireworks over the sea.


We sail along the western coast, open and without shelters, towards the colorful medieval village of Bosa, at the mouth of the Temo river. There are many beaches, coves and views to admire such as Cane Malu and its lunar landscapes. Pleasant
the visit to the panoramic Malaspina castle. The traditional carnival that animates the streets of the center with the search for Giolzi, the symbolic character, while drinking wine and Malvasia is truly transgressive.


The entire coast and hinterland of Oristano deserve a prolonged visit. Between beaches of shiny quartz grains such as Mari Ermi and Is Aruttas, archaeological sites on the sea such as Tharros, the mysteries of the statues of the Giants of Mont'e
Prama and silver ponds. At Capo Nieddu there is even the only sea waterfall on the entire island. Not to mention the gastronomic delicacies such as bottarga! Don't miss the incredible horse riding skills that can be experienced during the Sartiglia, in mid-February.



After passing the Gulf of Oristano we go towards the Costa Verde where high rocky ridges alternate with some beautiful sandy expanses crowned by high dunes, almost like Sardinian deserts from Pistis and Torre dei Corsari, to Piscinas and Scivu. After passing the curious beach of Capo Pecora, also known as the bay of dinosaur eggs due to the shape of its enormous pebbles, we reach other beautiful beaches such as Portixeddu with its green shales, Cala Domestica almost hidden inside a long inlet and the delightful Masua which is located in front of one of the most famous stacks in Sardinia: the Pan di Zucchero. There are many signs of the mining past of this area, especially the Lamarmora washery which can be seen from the sea.


It consists of two large islands with very scenic coasts and many shelters and inlets to shelter in, Sant'Antioco and San Pietro. The latter is often called after its only municipality, namely Carloforte, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy where they still speak an language of Ligurian origin. Very lively in summer during the Girotonno, a gastronomic event, and Crêuza de Mä, dedicated to film music.


After passing the kitesurfer's paradise, Porto Botte, which has a beautiful lagoon behind it where pink flamingos also live, we spot the beautiful beach of Porto Pino and the high dunes of Is Arenas Biancas. The whole area around Cape Teulada has an emerald sea but, beyond the summer months, it is impossible to conquer due to the military garrison but beyond there are numerous beautiful coves in which to find shelter such as Porto Tramatzu and Cala Piscinnì near which we find a large Aragonese watchtower.


Capo Malfatano which stretches out with its tower seems to protect the view of one of the most fascinating beaches in Sardinia, Tuerredda with its islet and fine, clear sand. Not least Capo Spartivento with Cala Cipolla framed by pink granite rocks and Su Giudeu with turquoise water lapping the long golden beach. The Campana, Sa Colonia and Chia coves follow one another almost continuously, with the coastal tower dominating the landscape. Suddenly
of rocky coast separates us from the beach of Santa Margherita. On land the distance can be covered on an ancient Roman road which is still visible in places. After a long sandy stretch, often characterized by private beaches, where we also find a small port, we arrive at Nora, an extraordinary archaeological site on the sea which preserves traces of the numerous Sardinian dominations, from the Phoenicians to the Romans. Don't miss the Night of Poets, an art and poetry festival that takes place in July.


After passing the islet of San Macario we go towards the promontory overlooking the sea of Punta Zavorra where we spot the Torre del Diavolo, we enter the Gulf of Angels and head decisively towards the city of Cagliari. The white city welcomes us with its vertical skyline, the elegant towers, the hills that are reflected in the ponds, the fiery sunsets and the traces of an ancient history of peoples and dominations that come to life in the monuments of the center.

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