Sardinia 6 Night Itinerary
We have personally visited this area to find the most beautiful off the beaten path locations to recommend. This six night itinerary is a sample of some of the fabulous places you can visit when chartering a private yacht from Sardinia. Get away from the crowds and enjoy the coast from a yacht whilst being cooked for and served drinks by the knowledgable and friendly crew.
Spend a week aboard a luxury yacht, cruising this stunning region of Sardinia. Crystal clear waters, dazzling white sand beaches and secluded anchorages, this sublime cruising ground can only be truly appreciated from the deck of one of our recommended yachts.
Whether your group is a family with children looking for some quality time together in beautiful surroundings, or a group of friends wishing to celebrate a special occasion, we have the perfect yacht for you to explore this beautiful region.
Day 1 – Porto Cervo
Join your yacht at Porto Cervo, home of rocky cliffs, protected beaches and stunning blue sea, after a gourmet lunch prepared by your chef spend a few hours at a beach or relax on the yacht then take a stroll around town, visiting the modern whitewashed church and exclusive boutiques. Overnight at Porto Cervo.
Day 2 – Maddalena Archipelago
After a relaxed breakfast head for the Maddalena Archipelago, this picturesque group of rocky islands offers a rare beauty considered mother natures work of art.
Spend the day visiting pristine beaches such as Cala Soraya, explore massive boulders smoothed by the sea & wind and soak up the beauty of this unique area of the Mediterranean.
Visit the natural reserve of Caprera, the South-Western side which has many coves and anchorages making landing ashore easy. Over night at La Maddalena or Caprera.
Day 3 – Razzoli Island
After breakfast cruise to Razzoli Island which offers the most interesting examples of granite clusters, take a walk from Cala Lungato the imposing lighthouse, an easy and pleasant walk to the heart of this wild island.
After another delectable lunch it’s a short hop to Isola Budelli- a protected Island which has a beautiful beach of naturally pink sand (SpiaggiaRosa), anchor for the night at a deserted little beach Cala d’Arena.
Day 4 – Bonifacio
Jump into the beautiful water for a swim from your yacht before heading to Santa Maria for lunch and some more swimming. This charming town is characterisedby the ancient olive trees on the piazza, and the church dating back to 1050.
After lunch sail to Bonifacio the oldest town on Corsica, the entrance to the harbouris quite stunning with sheer cliffs which open to a protected harbour.
Overnight with the yacht docked in the harbour, stroll the atmospheric streets and take your evening meal at one of the magnificent seafood restaurants.
Day 5 – Santa Terezadi Gallura
At your leisure the yacht will depart Bonifacio and cruise to the LavezziIslands for lunch and a swim. The island’s coves are favouredby boat-lovers and its fine sandy beaches offer a taste of paradise. After touring, head for Santa Terezadi Galluraand make plans to spend some time here wandering amongst the huge sandstone “animals,” natural formations that closely resemble elephants, rhinos, hippos and water buffalo. Take a walk on one of the many glorious white sandy beaches, before heading back to the yacht for a scrumptious evening meal prepared by your private chef.
Cruise back towards Maddalena and visit Isola Spargi, perhaps one of the most beautiful of the smaller Islands in the Archipelago. The coast is generally high and rocky with beautiful granite formations nestled amongst the calm waters of the bay making artistic shapes along many stretches of its shores. The numerous coves have spectacular waters and transcendent colourswith a scattering of small beaches of very fine sand. Spend the night in one of the most beautiful bays – Cala Corsara, Sala Soraya or Cala Granara.
Day 6 – Cala di Volpe
Another short hop will take you back to Caperato enjoy lunch in a secluded bay, perfect the SUP skills or visit the house and memorial chapel of Giuseppe Garibaldi, one of the fathers of Italian independence who purchased the Island in 1855 and died there 27 years later.
After lunch head South along the coast towards Cala di Volpe, a long shallow bay with lovely sandy beaches, perfect for swimming and water-sports. Overnight here, enjoying a change in scenery and a special farewell meal prepared by your crew.
Day 7 –Porto Cervo
It is a short cruise back to Porto Cervofor disembarkation by 12 noon, sadly all good things must come to an end.