Sardinia and Corsica

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Sardinia and Corsica

The cruising area around Porto Cervo offers many wonderful spots to chose from, like the bay of Romazzino or Cala di Volpe. We suggest you to anchor off Principe Beach and reach it by tender to enjoy its powdery white sand and its transparent light blue water. At noon, don’t miss a walk along the streets of Porto Cervo for a little high profile shopping and then head with your yacht to Forte Cappellini: a tender service will pick you up and bring you to the world-famous Phi Beach for a pied-dans-l’eau dinner and some dancing. If you wish for a more relaxed option, anchor in the old port of Porto Cervo and step ashore to enjoy the tasteful Brazilian inspired sushi of chef Roberto Okabe at his Finger’s Club.

La Maddalena Archipelago is known as the Polynesia of Italy for its crystal clear, turquoise waters. It consist of 7 major islands and 55 “isolotti”, allowing infinite possibilities of exploration: the northern inhabited islands of Budelli, Razzoli and Santa Maria offer a real Robinson Crusoe experience while the major island of La Maddalena is home to a beautiful village and a modern Yacht Club. The restaurant La Casitta on the almost uninhabited island of Santa Maria is a must to taste some of the best Sardinian delicacies.
At night, the main island of La Maddalena offers a wide variety of seafront restaurants and different beach clubs to dance the night away barefoot on the sand.

En route to Bonifacio, we suggest a stop to the stunning islets of Cavallo and Lavezzi, two pink granite islands standing out of a turquoise sea, a paradise for divers and snorkelers.
Stop for lunch at Cavallo island, the sole inhabited island of the Lavezzi Archipelago with only bicycles and electric cars allowed . Book a table for lunch at a chic restaurant Pêcheurs. After lunch set to explore the wild natural beauty of South West coast of Corsica en route to Bonifacio.
Entering the port of Bonifacio is a real breathtaking experience: a fjord-like inlet among high limestone cliffs. A walk up into the picturesque Citadel tasting local delicacies is a must. A few miles above Bonifacio, Porto Vecchio is an excellent destination: surrounded by enchanting bays and beaches, it is a very lively old-fashioned village plunged in a wild-nature environment.

Porto Rotondo’s marina is recognized as one of the better-equipped ports of the continent. If you love sports, paddle surfing is a great way to visit the beautiful coast of the Gulf of Marinella, slowly exploring the various cliffs and beaches visible from the sea. The beach clubs on the shore offer a wide variety of activities: from windsurf to diving lessons, lifestyle here is very dynamic!
At the end of the day, if you wish to enjoy some music and a good drink, you can sip a delightful “aperitivo” at one of the many beach bars along the coast, otherwise head straight to the restaurant Bambusa or Da Giovannino for a delicious fish dinner.
Depending on your preferences, you can chose to spend a sparkling night on the dancefloor of the Country Club or to book a ticket for one of the many cultural events held at the Mario Ceroli Theatre.