Sardinia is the undisputed queen of the Mediterranean, an ideal half and starting point for those who choose a vacation aboard a luxury yacht. The island offers unique and unspoiled vegetation, enchanting beaches, and exclusive coves for swimming and snorkelling. To the north, the La Maddalena Archipelago attracts yachts and visitors from all over the world. A few miles separate the Costa Smeralda with exclusive Porto Cervo and Poltu Quatu. Sailing further south, one encounters the beautiful village of Porto Rotondo and other fantastic locations.

Porto Cervo


Porto Cervo, is located in Costa Smeralda, an area of Sardinia known for its natural beauty, crystal clear sea and luxurious lifestyle. It is an ideal destination for those seeking relaxation, fun and glamour. Easily accessible by tender, while visiting Porto Cervo, you could take a stroll through the marina, see La Piazzetta and store at high-fashion and luxury jewellery stores. Whether it’s an elegant dinner of fresh seafood and Mediterranean delicacies or savouring traditional Sardinian cuisine, Porto Cervo offers you a wide choice of venues until you reach Baja Sardinia where you can enjoy unforgettable sunsets at Phi Beach Club, famous for its beach parties and international DJ sets.

Porto Rotondo


Porto Rotondo is one of the most exclusive tourist resorts in Sardinia. The marina has over 800 berths and offers top-quality services, including restaurants, bars and shops. The beauty of the place and the unique atmosphere make it an attraction for tourists worldwide. The Piazzetta San Marco is the
perfect setting to relax and enjoy the atmosphere of the village, the Church of San Lorenzo, built in the 12th century and located on the hill of Porto Rotondo, is also worth a visit. There are numerous beaches, such as Marinella Beach, Punta Volpe Beach and Ira Beach. You cannot miss visiting San Pantaleo, a small village 10 minutes from Porto Rotondo, hidden and surrounded by mountains, known for its craft market, stone houses and the patron church. Wonderful and authentic.

Isola di Caprera


The enchanting archipelago close to the north-eastern coast of Sardinia comprises seven main islands and numerous smaller islets. This natural paradise offers white sandy beaches, crystal clear sea and a variety of breath-taking landscapes. La Maddalena is a lively and cosmopolitan tourist centre. The old town has cobbled streets, colourful houses and ancient churches and is a place of great charm and cultural interest. Numerous shops, restaurants, and bars offer various typical Sardinian dishes. La Maddalena provides many opportunities for water sports enthusiasts. The island’s most famous beaches are Cala Francese, Cala Spalmatore and the pink beach of Budelli, considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The National Park, over 180 square kilometres, is famous for its flora and fauna.

Stintino La Pelosa


Alghero, on the north-western coast of Sardinia, is characterized by the ancient walls surrounding the old town. Its towers, ramparts, and the Cathedral of Santa Maria with its Gothic bell tower are worth visiting. Nature lovers can take long walks along the waterfront, which offers a panoramic view of the bay and Capo Caccia. Stintino is famous for the La Pelosa beach, considered one of the most beautiful in Europe, with its turquoise sea colour and white sand.



Located in the western Mediterranean, Corsica has a unique culture and history. Among the most beautiful cities on the island are Bonifacio and Porto Vecchio, both located on the island’s south coast. Bonifacio is famous for its natural port, one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean—the old town characterized by narrow medieval streets leading to the 16th-century fortress built into the cliff. Porto Vecchio is a lively city with a beautiful long beach. The Church of San Giovanni Battista is worth visiting, a 14th-century building in the centre of the old town. The island of Cavallo is about 30 minutes by boat from Bonifacio and is an exclusive place with white beaches and crystal-clear waters. The island of Lavezzi is a place of natural beauty with white sand beaches and granite rocks. You can snorkel and enjoy the sunset from the yacht.