Yacht charter in Sardina
Yacht charter & Luxury Yacht Charter
Sardinia is truly the charter destination of Dolce Vita, boasting one of the most beautiful coastlines, stunning landscapes, beautiful seaside towns, more than 400 islands to explore and the heritage of ancient Romans and Venetians.
Sardinia is one of the most popular sailing destinations. It offers a variety of breathtaking and beautiful sailing areas that have preserved their originality to this day; there are protected anchor bays, small island harbors and small as well as large and fashionable marinas. Each area has its own charm
The island of Sardinia has so many spectacular beaches that it would be impossible to visit them all even if you stayed for a month. Golden stretches of sand and water in more shade of blues and greens than a Farrow and Ball paint shop, with many of them are virtually empty for most of the year. You can head into the rugged mountains and visittowns with defiant political history, and taste wines you will likely never find off the island.
There are many small fishing harbours with a lot of charm; the marinas in Italy are exceptionally well equipped and offer everything yacht charter crews in Italy might need. For those who want to explore roman history during land excursions: Many of the historic sites can be reached easily via bus, train or taxi or from a nearby harbour. The restaurants and bars are usually open half way through the night.
Whether you prefer to charter a monohull or a catamaran bareboat, skippered or fully crewed luxury charter; sailing holidays aboard gives you the opportunity to exotic islands, bays, deserted shores, and beaches, in a way that land-based vacations can never give.
Sardinia provides the best sailing condition in the various sailing area for all levels of Skippers with basic coastal to experience offshore. Your Sardinia yacht charter guarantees a vacation that will meet and exceed all of your expectations.
Port Cervo is located on the north-east coast of Sardinia, near the 46m high Capo Ferro with its lighthouse. Porto Cervo is the hotspot of Sardinia, a fashionable harbor town, one of the most popular ports of the yacht jet-set. Linger in the harbor to discover the vibrant life. Elegant boutiques, exquisite restaurants, large parks and the beautiful, marvelous harbor characterize the image of Porto Cervo. The town’s architecture combines old Sardinian traditions with modern elements. The Costa Smeralda was spared from Bausen by the privatization of Karim Aga Khan. If you are looking for peace, solitude and nature or variety, luxury and entertainment, the Costa Smeralda prepares a successful blend of the finest ingredients.
Cagliari; as the capital of the Italian island Sardinia, Cagliari’s Sardinian name Casteddu translates into “Castle”. To get the best view of its golden-hued palazzi and domes dominating the horizon, make sure you arrive in Cagliari by sea. Cagliari boasts the best of both worlds; a rich history and a town peppered with Roman ruins, along with the lively and youthful atmosphere of stylish Poetto Beach.
Costa Smeralda, the northeastern coast of Sardinia is the Costa Smeralda, named after the shimmering sea. The Costa Smeralda has a unique charm and is characterized by the winds and its peculiarly shaped granite rocks, the small islands, the countless white shining bays and rugged mountain ranges, with breathtaking vegetation and fragrant macchia. Incredible watercolors and snow-white, red-brown, golden yellow and cotton-woolen beaches lie on your sailing route to the south bordered by Olbia and north of Palau.
Maddalena archipelago; The island group of the Maddalena archipelago is located on the northwestern coast of Sardinia, off the Costa Smeralda. It consists of seven large islands – La Maddalena, Caprera, Budelli, Santo Stefano, Santa Maria, Spargi, Razzoli and other smaller islands, framed by a charming and breathtaking area. Also “Bonifacio Street” and “Maddalena Archipelago” are highlights for the experienced sailor. In the shallow crystal-clear sea between the islands, the sky is reflected in the turquoise sea, in strong navy blue or emerald green. Bizarre-shaped red-gray granite rocks rise all the way from the floodplains.
Budelli, is a part of La Maddalena National Park, this Sardinian island’s main attraction is the soft pink sand beach found on its south shore. The delicate ecosystem that creates this phenomenon can only be seen from a safe distance, but you can relax nearby at the breathtaking Cavaliere beach.
Most popular destinations for yacht charter in Italy are the island beats around Sicily, the coast of Tuscany (with the island of Elba), Sardinia and of course, the Tyrrhenian sea – with the gulf of Naples, Amalfi Coast and Pontine Islands.