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Scenery with Houses and Capo Coda Cavallo San Teodoro Sardinia

1. Olbia

After embarking you can explore the city of Olbia.

  • Visit the Basilica of San Simplicio. This Romanesque church is a must-see in Olbia, and it is located just a short walk from the marina. The church dates back to the 11th century and features stunning architecture and artwork.
  • 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.
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2. Olbia to Isola Tavolara and from Isola Travolara 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 and Spiaggia Porto Taverna exude an authentic Caribbean atmosphere with their crystal-clear azure waters.

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3. Porto San Paolo to Porto Ottiolu and from Porto Ottiolu to La Caletta

Porto Ottiolu is a picturesque port town located on the northeast coast of Sardinia, Italy. It’s known for its stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and charming harbor. If you’re
interested in exploring the local culture and history, there are plenty of museums, galleries, and historic sites to visit in and around Porto Ottiolu.

One of the main attractions of La Caletta is its beautiful beaches. The town has several gorgeous beaches, each with its unique features. When it comes to dining and nightlife, La Caletta has plenty of options to choose from. There are several restaurants and cafes in town that offer traditional Sardinian cuisine, as well as international dishes. In the evenings, you can enjoy a drink at one of the local bars or catch a live music performance.

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4. La Caletta to Gulf of Orosei

The Gulf of Orosei is an inlet along the east coast of Sardinia that includes postcard coves. Here you can immerse yourself in the turquoise and crystal clear sea, admire some breathtaking natural beauty and try experiences such as snorkeling and trekking. Here you can visit the Grotta del Fico and the Grotta del Bue Marino: the latter is the most famous marine cave in Italy and owes its name to the monk seal that populated it.

The Grotta del Bue Marino is divided into two branches: the southern branch can only be reached by sea while, the northern branch, you can only explore on foot, starting from Cala Fuili and walking for 50 minutes.

The Fico Cave is very scenic, with an entrance at 10 meters above sea level. It is still under
exploration and you can visit it accompanied by guides, with a tour that lasts about an hour.

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5. Gulf of Orosei to Budoni

A country surrounded by the hills, a lively old town throughout the year, a long coastline flanked by thick pine forest which have arisen among the most popular holiday resorts on the East Coast. A town of ancient history today a destination for families and young people thanks to its
great tourist development.
One of the main attractions in Budoni is its gorgeous beaches. The town has several beaches to choose from, each with its own unique features.

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6. Budoni to Golfo Aranci

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 every thing 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.

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7. Golfo Aranci to Porto Rotondo and from Porto Rotondo to Porto Cervo

After breakfast set sail to Porto Rotondo. Porto Rotondo, a charming town with a lively marina and a great selection of restaurants and bars. Explore Porto Rotondo and enjoy lunch in one of the best Beach clubs of Porto Rotondo, Blue Beach Club.

Afternoon set sail to Porto Cervo, the heart of Costa Smeralda, a glamorous and luxurious resort town. Spend a night in Port Cervo, explore the town’s designer boutiques and enjoy the nightlife. Have dinner in one of the best restaurants with Michelin Star, ConFusion or Finger’s Porto Cervo restaurant with Best View...

8. Porto Cervo to Maddalena Archipelago (Cala Spalmatore)

After breakfast set sail to the Maddalena Archipelago and anchor in Cala Spalmatore. Cala Spalmatore is a beautiful cove located on the island of La Maddalena, The cove is surrounded by stunning natural scenery, with crystal-clear waters and white sandy beaches, making it a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and snorkeling. Aside from its natural beauty, Cala Spalmatore is also known for its lively atmosphere during the summer months, with a beach bar and restaurant offering refreshments and snacks.

Have lunch at La Scogliera Restaurant, which offers fresh seafood and beautiful sea views. Spend the day swimming and water sports in the clear waters of Maddalena Archipelago.

9. Maddalena Archipelago to Bonifacio (Corsica)

In the morning sail to the charming town of Bonifacio. Cross the Bonifacio Strait and explore the picturesque town of Bonifacio, with its citadel, medieval houses, and impressive limestone cliffs. Quick hop To Piantarella for lunch and swimming, a beautiful bay with a kaleidoscope of colors in the sea, the water is shallow between the island and the mainland and you can walk from one side to the other in the beautiful crystal clear water.
For dinner, try Le Caravelle, a popular seafood restaurant with a terrace offering views of the harbor and the fortress.

10. Bonifacio to Porto Vecchio

Visit the charming town of Porto Vecchio, known for its lively marina and picturesque old town. Visit the Citadelle - the historic citadel of Porto Vecchio is perched on a hill overlooking the town and the harbor. Take a walk through the narrow streets, and enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding landscape.

Corsica is known for its delicious wines, and there are several wineries located near Porto Vecchio. Take a tour and tasting, and learn about the history and production of Corsican wine. Porto Vecchio is known for its lively bars and clubs, particularly during the summer months. Take a walk through the town at night, and enjoy a drink or two at one of the local hotspots.

11. Porto Vecchio to Lavezzi island and from Lavezzi island to Santa Teresa Gallura

After breakfast set sail to Lavezzi Island.
Explore Lavezzi Island, a protected natural reserve with crystal-clear waters and a stunning beach. Lavezzi Island is surrounded by some of the most beautiful beaches in Corsica, including Cala di Greco and Cala Lazarina. The waters around Lavezzi Island are teeming with marine life, making it a popular spot for snorkeling and scuba diving.

After a day in a protected natural reserve of Lavezzi set sail to Santa Teresa Gallura. Santa Teresa Gallura, a picturesque town with a charming old town and a lively marina. 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.

12. Santa Teresa Gallura to La Maddalena, Spargi to Cannigione to Baja Sardinia

Sail to the Maddalena Archipelago, Spargi. 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.

After a relaxing morning in Spargi, the next stop is Cannigione. Situated in a deep inlet, at the mouth of the San Giovanni river, the area around Cannigione is full of secluded coves housing beautiful sandy beaches. After Cannigione head to Phi Beach, a beach club in Baja Sardinia that offers a great atmosphere and and stunning sunset views. Baja Sardinia is known for its lively nightlife, with several bars and clubs that stay open late into the night.

13. Baja Sardinia to Cala di Volpe and from Cala di Volpe to Portisco

Breathtaking views and pristine beaches best describe this popular tourist spot in the heart of Costa Smeralda. The small village is best known for the luxury hotel with the same name – Hotel Cala di Volpe – part of “The Luxury Collection” operated by the renowned Starwood hotel chain.
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.

After a luxury day in Cala di Volpe, 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 which never fails to delight first time visitors. From the sweeping vistas across the Mediterranean Sea to the quaint harbor which overflows with luxury yachts, it is diffcult to find many towns in Sardinia which offer the same appeal as Portisco.

14. Portisco to Spiaggia di Mortorio and from Spiaggia di Mortorio to Olbia

After a relaxing night in Portisco and breakfast set sail back to Olbia...

Take a break in Spiaggia di Mortorio. Spiaggia di Mortorio is a beautiful beach located on the island of Mortorio, just off the coast of Sardinia. The beach is surrounded by stunning scenery, with crystal-clear waters, soft white sand, and rocky cliffs. The island itself is covered in dense Mediterranean vegetation and offers great opportunities for hiking and exploring.

On the way to Olbia, you will pass by Promontorio di Capo Figari. Promontorio di Capo Figari is a scenic headland located on the northeastern coast of Sardinia, near the town of Golfo Aranci.

Sail back to Olbia, the starting point of your yacht charter. Disembark from your yacht and say goodbye to the crew.

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