Yacht and Rib hire
Places to visit & Enjoy
Sardinia offers many beautiful landscapes.
The beaches of Stintino, are wonderful: white beaches overlooking an incredible clear and transparent water, and surrounded by Mediterranean scrub. The most important and popular is the Pelosa beach, turquoise water is always calm and clear.
Take a boat tour at the local harbour or rent a boat to explore the Bay of Orosei on your own.
It is a small fishing village prior to becoming a famous tourist destination because of its beautiful beaches.
Taking a hike along the rugged granite coast is akin to staring at the clouds and defining their changing shapes. For thousands of years, the powerful wind over the Mediterranean has shaped Capo Testa.
Carloforte is a lively and picturesque commune located directly on the sea with a nice esplanade, narrow road and a central main place. There are a lot of shops and restaurants and the cuisine of Caloforte is very tasty and a type of Mediterranean cross-over.
Castelsardo is a picturesque historic town on the northern coast of Sardinia. The old town, fortified with a castle, is an interesting and atmospheric place to visit, and Castelsardo's position makes it a good stop on a tour between western Sardinia and the islands and resorts of the east.
Cagliari´s Old Town
An ancient city with a long history, Cagliari has seen the rule of several civilisations. Under the buildings of the modern city there is a continuous stratification of human settlements of about five thousand years, from the Neolthic to today.
Alghero is recognised as the most Italianesque of the holiday resorts in Sardinia with its old walled town on the sea front containing a labyrinth network of narrow lanes, most of which are free from vehicles. These play host to numerous hotels, bars, cafes and restaurants that preserve Alghero's reputation for excellent seafood.
La Maddalena is the name of the principal island of an archipelago off the north-eastern tip of Sardinia. The archipelago is also know as La Maddalena, and consists over sixty islands, islets and rocks. For most visitors, the principal attraction of the islands is their coastline.