Journey to the second largest island in the Med and experience modern-day culture merged with historic ruins, world-class cuisine, and glamorous beach towns.
Sardinia is situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, just south of Corsica. Its landscape is a peculiar mixture of low-lying mountains, millenary forests, dry desert areas and marshlands. Wildlife such as deer, horses and rapacious birds roam the terrain.
This is the land of the yachting elite, where luxury and comfort are as ubiquitous as its rich history and local traditions. The high caliber of service and substantive display of wealth is what lures many of the world’s most lavish superyachts, including those available for charter each summer.
These charters offer a wide range of options to explore Sardinia. Those looking to bask in the sun and enjoy the island’s glorious seascapes will enjoy the Emerald Coast, also known as the Costa Smeralda. The endless stretches of snow-white beaches sit beneath spectacular mountains that tower above the protected cerulean waters. If you are looking to step ashore, luxury golf, polo fields, private jet and helicopter services are available.
Sardinian cuisine is world-class and satisfies even the most demanding palates with their use of simple and natural ingredients and recipes made with the fresh, local products. Seafood lovers will especially enjoy Sardinian dishes as rock lobsters, clams, crabs, squid, anchovies and sardines, among other delights are omnipresent. Many claim the lobsters in Sardinia are among the tastiest in the world.
Whether you are here to race in a regatta, dine and shop ashore, or take a refreshing dip in the Mediterranean Sea, a luxury yacht charter in Sardinia is sure to satisfy. Contact us to learn more about visiting Sardinia or view yacht charters available in this region.
- Visit the buzzing hub of Porto Cervo. This town has the best shopping on the island. Golf lovers can enjoy the 18 hole Pevero course. If you are ready to be pampered take advantage of the spa services aboard on your yacht, if offered, or at one of the many luxury resorts in town.
- Enjoy the laid back, resort village of Porto Rotondo. The town is best known for its private bijou beaches. At the heart of the village is the Piazzetta San Marco, where you can find many restaurants, bars, and boutiques. Sit back, relax and enjoy the delicious seafood fare.
- Cala Luna is one of the most beautiful destinations in Sardinia. One of the best ways to see it is anchored offshore, which provides a stunning view of limestone cliffs covered in lush greenery. The stunning Cala Luna beach offers some of the best snorkeling on the island. For adventure seekers, you can visit the nearby Grotta del Bue Marino. This huge sea cave has stalactites, stalagmites, an underground beach and traces of neolithic rock carvings.
- Stroll the quaint city streets of Alghero. The town has a beautiful mixture of Italian and Catalonian influences. Alghero’s old town features flamboyant churches, wrought-iron balconies, and narrow cobblestone lanes. While in Alghero you can visit a nearby vineyard to sample Sardinian wine.