Charter destinations

Corsica and Sardinia

Unique natural landmarks and significant historical-cultural sites of two legendary Mediterranean islands.
A French territory, it is the third largest island in the Western Mediterranean. Located approximately 160 km south of France, 82 km from Tuscany, and 12 km north of the Italian island of Sardinia.
Sardinia is a unique island with a diverse coastline, mild climate, and hospitality. Surrounding the island is the cleanest and most transparent sea in Italy, boasting 1850 kilometers of white, golden, and pink beaches.
Itinerary Example:
Day 1. Loading onto the yacht in the Portisco marina, located 15 km from Olbia Airport. Portisco is situated in the heart of the famous Emerald Coast (Costa Smeralda) – a realm of granite rocks, green juniper bushes, pristine beaches, and small islands. From here, we set off to Porto Cervo – the most fashionable resort in this region.

Day 2. We are navigating along the coast to the north of Porto Cervo. Here, behind every turn, you will find more and more beautiful bays, small beaches, and crystal-clear waters, so drop anchor only in the very best places!

We recommend stopping at the port of Cannigione, famous for its seafood restaurants. Continuing north, we will approach the Maddalena Archipelago. The first island on our way will be Caprera Island, home to Giuseppe Garibaldi's house. Moving north along the coast of Caprera Island, you will reach the deep, wind-sheltered bay of Porto Palma, which is a convenient place for overnight anchoring.

Day 3. You can spend your day exploring the small coves of the island of St. Stefano or the coastline of Sardinia. For your overnight anchorage, you can choose between Palau Harbor on the coast of Sardinia or the picturesque fishing port of Maddalena on one of the islands in the archipelago..

Day 4. On the northernmost tip of Sardinia lies the charming village of Santa Teresa di Gallura. Here, tall cliffs abruptly descend, revealing a breathtaking view of the open sea.

Day 5. In the strait that separates Sardinia from Corsica lies the small archipelago of Lavezzi. It's a marine national park with excellent opportunities for snorkeling or diving. In good weather, you can spend the night in one of the coves or head to the port of Bonifacio on the southern tip of Corsica.

Day 6. We continue our journey through the Maddalena Archipelago. Along our route, we come across the islets of Budelli (famous for its pink beach), Razzoli, and Santa Maria. The final destination of the day will be Porto Massimo, a small harbor on the northeastern coast of the island of Maddalena.

День 7. On the last day of our journey, we leisurely return to Portisco with a stop at the Emerald Coast in the azure bay of Cala Coticcio.