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1. Olbia to Porto Rotondo

After embarking set sail to Porto Rotondo. On the way to Porto Rotondo, you will pass by Golfo Aranci. You can have your first fun time on the water in Cala Greca or Cala Moresca.

Cala Greca: This is where things get wild: the imposing, rugged and narrow bay of Cala La Greca is a treasure trove for divers and snorkelers. The somewhat rough rock reefs are home to moray eels, perches and starfish, making it a real underwater paradise.

Cala Moresca: Perfectly sheltered from the wind: the small bay with fine, gravelly sand and transparent water that sparkles in shades of blue consists of two bays that are separated by a picturesque rocky promontory.

Enjoy the afternoon in The Bay - Porto Rotondo - Beach Club. The bay is more than just a beach club. There is a restaurant on site that serves fish dishes, and seafood specialties...This is also the only beach club with gym equipment, if you are a gym enthusiast you will be surprised with The Bay Targato Technogym. In the night you can enjoy the party in the beach club The Bay Porto Rotondo or in nice dinner and party in Porto Rotondo...

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2. Porto Rotondo to Nikki Beach and from Nikki Beach to Porto Cervo

After breakfast set sail to Porto Cervo, the heart of Costa Smeralda, a glamorous and luxurious resort town. On the way to Porto Cervo visit the famous Nikki Beach Costa Smeralda. Nestled in the stunning bay of Cala Petra Ruja in Sardinia, Italy, this hidden gem is a secluded haven accessible only by private yacht, ensuring an exclusive experience for discerning travelers. Spend a night in Porto Cervo, explore the town’s designer boutiques, and enjoy the nightlife.

3. La Maddalena Itinerary

3. Porto Cervo to Cala Spalmatore and from Cala Spalmatore to Spargi

Enjoy the morning in Quattro Passi Al Pescatore restaurant with views over the turquoise harbor and yachts bobbing in the sea beyond, this upscale eatery makes a great destination to visit if you are exploring Porto Cervo. When you are ready to set sail to Cala Spalmatore (La Maddalena)

This picturesque, sheltered bay lying on the northern side of the island of La Maddalena offers beautiful white sands on which to relax crystal clear waters to jump into, and a jetty to take a stroll along and capture some postcard-perfect photos. This island has it all, a concentration of everything that the archipelago has to offer: white beaches, dunes, sculpted cliffs, hiking paths and fortifications carved into the rock. Spargi is home to several beautiful beaches, including Cala Corsara, Cala Granara, and Cala Soraja. Spend some time soaking up the sun and swimming in the crystal-clear waters. Spend some time reading a book, or simply enjoying the beautiful scenery.

Spend the night at the anchor and have a relaxed evening on board...

Boats in Mediterranian Sea at Capo Testa

4. Spargi to Santa Teresa Gallura

After a relaxing day in the Maddalena Archipelago set sail to Santa Teresa Gallura. Santa Teresa Gallura is a picturesque town with a charming old town and a lively marina. The Highlight of Santa Teresa Gallura is the Torre di Longosardo: The Torre di Longosardo is a historic tower that dates back to the 16th century. It is located on a hill overlooking the town and the sea and offers stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Enjoy swimming on the beach Rena Bianca, she is considered one of the best beaches in Sardinia with its beautiful azure water and soft golden sand.


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5. Santa Teresa Gallura to Spiaggia di Cala Coticcio and from Spiaggia di Cala Coticcio to Baja Sardinia

After breakfast set sail again to explore La Maddalena but this time to Cala Coticcio, Tahiti Beach Cala Coticcio is one of the most popular beaches in the Maddalena Archipelago. Among the islands of the archipelago, Caprera is one of the most famous, as it was home to Giuseppe Garibaldi, an Italian unification hero. Of course, it’s also well known for its beautiful natural beaches and the many hiking trails that provide stunning coastal views.

Cala Coticcio is a natural and wild beach: there are no bars, bathrooms, beach umbrellas, or sun beds. In other words, it is as natural as it gets. Since reaching this beach it is not so easy by foot, but perfect by boat this is a great opportunity to enjoy in one of most beautiful beach in La Maddalena National Park.

Yacht charter guests are sure to fall for the Caribbean-esque beach of Baja with its floury white sands and gin-colored seas all sitting pretty beneath emerald-cloaked cliffs. These sublime waters are perfect for all shades of sports - from scuba diving beneath the blue to windsurfing. Providing the blissful backdrop is the archipelago of La Maddalena, a pleasure playground for sailors and sun lovers. Drop anchor in front of the popular Phi Beach Club and enjoy the day in this famous beach club. Phi Beach has it all Most beautiful sunset in this area, a fine dining restaurant, a unique nightclub (The Rock Club), and unforgettable nights.

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6. Baja Sardinia to Cala Di Volpe & Capriccioli

After an amazing night, it is time to relax and have a luxury day in Cala di Volpe. Breathtaking views and pristine beaches best describe this popular tourist spot in the heart of the Costa Smeralda. The small village is best known for the luxury hotel of the same name Hotel Cala di Volpe. Hotel Cala di Volpe has a legendary tale to tell since it was chosen as one of the film locations in “The Spy Who Loved Me” at the end of the seventies.

The culinary journey starts with the iconic Mediterranean flavors of Barbecue Restaurant and Grand, and it continues with the Japanese cuisine Nobu style of Matsuhisa at Cala di Volpe and the Street food & Beef of the brand new Beefbar Cala di Volpe. All restaurants you can find here

Matsuhisa Beach: Just a few minute's boat ride away, the exclusive Matsuhisa Beach. Matsuhisa Beach is an elegant and vibrant oasis surrounded by a postcard-worthy landscape. Matsuhisa Beach is the preferred summer escape for high-end clientele and private VIP parties.

Elefanti Beach: Is the perfect beach to experience pure nature, relaxation and stunning views!

Scenery with Houses and Capo Coda Cavallo San Teodoro Sardinia

7. Cala Di Volpe to Olbia

Stroll through the historic center. The historic center of Olbia is filled with narrow streets, charming shops, and traditional restaurants. Take some time to wander around and soak up the atmosphere. Enjoy a traditional Sardinian meal. Olbia is known for its delicious seafood and meat dishes, and there are plenty of restaurants to choose from in the city center.

6. Porto Rotondo to Olbia Itinerary

8. Olbia to Tavolara and from Tavolara to Porto San Paolo

After breakfast set sail to Tavolara island. With its striking rocky ridge, the island has become a true landmark. Rare birds come here to breed in peace, goats and mouflon sheep happily chew the cud amidst maquis shrubs and mastic bushes. For daredevils, Punto Cannone offers the ultimate challenge: at 565 metres, reaching the highest point of Isola di Tavolara requires a good deal of skill and a head for heights. It’s more than worth it for the magnificent view at the top. Inexperienced climbers can also hire a climbing guide to accompany them.

Porto San Paolo presents a fascinating fusion of beautiful little bays and diverse hinterland landscapes for hikers. Those in search of truly divine relaxation will find just what they are looking for on the enchanting beaches in the immediate vicinity. Porto Istana Beach and Spiaggia Porto Taverna exude an authentic Caribbean atmosphere with their crystal-clear azure waters.


9. Porto San Paolo to Golfo Aranci and from Golfo Aranci to Blu Beach

A fishing village near Olbia and Its idyllic beaches with turquoise water are the perfect place to relax, the small harbour a spot for dolphin watching. The friendly village has everything needed for daily life, including restaurants and bars for enjoying warm summer nights.

At the tip of the Gulf of Aranci peninsula lies a truly special reserve: spanning 850 ha, Capo Figari is a sprawling landscape of wild, unspoiled nature with specially protected fauna. Those in search of adventure and nature lovers can explore this fascinating green area by foot or mountain bike, and with a little luck might even encounter some wild sheep, cormorants, and peregrine falcons.

Time for another spectacular afternoon and night at Blu Beach Club. A unique beach club experience falls in love with the incredible colors of Marinella Beach and enjoy relaxation at its finest. The ideal destination to enjoy every ray of sunshine during the day and to have fun after sunset, with the most famous beach party of the Costa Smeralda.


10. Blu Beach to Portisco and from Portisco to Isola Mortorio and from Isola Mortorio to Capriccioli

After an amazing night in Blue Beach sat sail to Portisco, a small village that seems to have outgrown its own size with a reputation for enchanting beauty and a unique cultural identity. Portisco is a charming destination that never fails to delight first-time visitors. From the sweeping vistas across the Mediterranean Sea to the quaint harbor that overflows with luxury yachts, it is difficult to find many towns in Sardinia that offer the same appeal as Portisco.

Sardinia’s gem of a coastline strikes again with Isola Mortorio. The Isola Mortorio is a vision of sun-glazed cliffs, nesting birds, dense vegetation and blissful beaches. As this Isola is part of the Maddalena National Park, the area is protected and remains closely monitored.

This is excellent news for those keen to see the rare Audoin’s gull, egrets, and peregrine falcons who flock to these rich and fragile lands. If you can tear your eyes from the skies, the beaches on Isola Mortorio are majestic - boasting crystal waters and white sand. Entry to the island comes under tight jurisdiction to protect the elements.

After a magical day in nature set sail to Capricioli. The name, Capriccioli, means "young goats" in Gallurese, the language of the region. This is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful beaches you will find in Sardinia, with fine sands, turquoise waters, and a spectacular view of the Costa Smeralda Islands.

Drop anchor in front of the Vesper Beach club and enjoy the evening and night at this amazing place.

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11. Capriccioli to Porto Cervo

Another day in fantastic Porto Cervo. This glamorous destination is the choice of rock stars and royalty, and it's not difficult to see why. There is a fantastic mix of beaches, wonderful shopping, great nightlife and excellent restaurants. It's a hive of activity in the height of summer, and you're bound to be surrounded by some of the biggest, most luxurious superyachts in the world. Spend a day in Porto Cervo and explore his magical streets.

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12. Porto Cervo to Santo Stefano and from Santo Stefano to Cannigione

This largely uninhabited island forms part of La Maddalena Archipelago and is known for being host to a US and NATO naval base. No cars are allowed on the island and it makes for a fantastic stop in the archipelago, accessible only by boat, with it's wild, rugged and natural beauty.

Originally a fishing village, Cannigione is now a renowned tourist destination and a beautiful one at that! It's home to a large, flat sandy beach with its surrounding waters popular among scuba divers and snorkelers. It has become one of the most important diving centres in Sardinia and should not be missed.

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13. Cannigione to Romazzino

Enjoy the morning cruising from Cannigione to Spiaggia del Principe. The actual name in the Sardinian dialect is “Poltu di Li Cogghj”. However, it’s famous for being called Spiaggia del Principe, which translates to English as ” The Prince’s Beach” as it was Prince Aga Khan’s favorite beach, the founder of Costa Smeralda in the 60′.

Its colors vary from transparent light blue water to deep blue water in harmony with fine-grained white and pink sand, surrounded by wild green Mediterranean scrub. Spiaggia del Principe is an absolute gem for undiscovered beach lovers, please follow our advice to have a fantastic experience. You can also enjoy in the luxury of the Hotel Romazzino, the leading Beach Resort & Spa... Hotel Romazzino has a stylish and intimate Restaurant with breathtaking views...


14. Romazzino to Olbia

On the way to Olbia, by now a familiar route, you can choose how to spend the day, whether to say goodbye to Sardinia at Nikki Beach or maybe visit to relax in the Gulf of Marinella, our suggestion is the Marinella Restaurant part of the Hotel Abi d'Or....

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