Category — Sardinia and Corsica Yacht Charter
Sardinia and Corsica Yacht Charter
Sardinia Yacht Charter takes us to the islands situated at the northwestern edge of the Tyrrhenian Sea, an arm of the Mediterranean. Sardina Italy is 475 miles in length and 60 miles wide and Cannigione is where we start our sail. A short sail north is the Maddalena Archipelago National Park and Marine Reserve comprised of seven main islands – Maddalena, Caprera, Santo Stefano, Spargi, Budelli, Razzoli, and Santa Maria.
Right Next Door is France
Across the Strait of Bonifacio is Corsica, France. The bays and harbors of Sardinia’s Emerald Coast, with upscale Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo are the centerpiece of this sailing trip but regardless of the itinerary, a Sardinia/Corsica yacht charter features a great blend of magnificent sailing, snorkeling, upscale dining, boutique shopping, and intriguing sightseeing in picturesque towns.? Sailing in Sardinia and Corisca on Tyrrhenian Sea is a cruise through a Mediterranean paradise. The passages between islands and along the Emerald Coast are mostly short, providing plenty of time to enjoy all the pleasures of sailing as well as for trips ashore to explore, sample the local cuisine, and to sit idly with a cocktail at a your favorite seaside café. ?A Sardinia and Crosica sailing is full of wild trappings of the rich and famous, boisterous and subdued yet exciting as it’s seemingly opposite personalities join to create an adventure under sail. Trips ashore at the chic and sophisticated resort harbors of Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo on Sardinia’s Emerald Coast ushers sailors into the heart of one of Europe’s most exclusive vacation destinations. Modern marinas and resort amenities are first class. You will love sailing Italy and France in one trip and enjoy the beauty of this historic and beautiful area.
The Tantalizing Food and Wines of Italian Sardinia The Sards excel in the art of spit-roasting and pig and lamb are the popular meats cooked over the open fire. The saffron crocus is cultivated in Sardinia and the spice is in many of their d...read more
This beautiful group of islands lies on the South side of the Bonifacion Strait. On the North side if the strait lies Corsica. These Islands are a favorite with sailors, underwater fishing fans and people who appreciate tranquility and unsoiled surro...read more
Bareboat holiday travel to Sardinia (Italy) is one of the top sailing destinations for both novices and experienced sailors. I have traveled to many sailing destinations around the world and am always amazed by crystal blue waters found along t...read more
Corsica is all about it's Remarkable Town, Cliffs and the Sailing 1. You must see the World Hertiage Scandola Nature Reserve with its red rock cliffs. Corsica’s star attraction however these remarkable towns. This French island is one...read more