Sailing in Sardinia

Start dreaming of paradise!

Holidays in Sardinia are one of the best experiences in life!

Hot sunny days, fine sandy beaches, cold beer, delicious food and crystal-clear water to dive into!

Come and explore a few of the most stunning places of the Archipelago of La Maddalena.

How to get to them? Rent a rubber dinghy, speed boat or sailing boat enjoying the company of other people or exclusively just for you.

Check out our article on windsurfing and water sports in Sardinia

Leaving the port of Palau around 10.30am and returning at 5.30pm you will have a full day out at sea exploring beaches, fish and particular shaped rocks!

You will come across La Spiaggia Rosa (pink beach) where unfortunately boats cannot dock as it’s a protected area since 1998 because of the many tourists taking away the sand in their pockets! So, the National Park made the tough decision to close access to the beach.

Spargi, Budelli and Santa Maria are a must, you can dock by the beaches, swim and have lunch with your feet in the water! You can snorkel around, or just relax on the boat with a glass of wine!

Cala Corsara is another great place to stop and jump off the rocks, where you will find the famous Roccia della Strega (the witch rock).

On a sailing boat the price includes an aperitif with wine, water, soft drinks, local cheese and salame, a main course which the captain prepares to order, and to finish some sweet dessert, coffee and liquor to help digest everything!

On the other hand, if you were to rent a rubber dinghy, you would usually take your own lunch and water. An aperitif will be served just before sunset with cheese, salame and perhaps some wine.

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Photos by Francesca Scanferla