7 Day Porto Rotondo Charter Itinerary - Porto Rotondo to La Maddalena
The beauty of Sardinia
Ideal for Summer Season
Sardinia's raw beauty balanced by a multitude of luxury stop-offs make it a certified superyacht hub. If you're looking to explore this magical Italian island on a crewed yacht charter, let us help you get the most out of your experience with the perfect 7-day itinerary.
- Day 1
You’ll embark on your Sardinia charter vacation on the Emerald Coast in beautiful Porto Rotondo.
This elegant resort town is a popular stop-off for visiting superyachts throughout the summer but has a more peaceful atmosphere than its neighbour Porto Cervo. Whether you’re starting your trip by relaxing on one of its many beaches or making a visit to the nearby Bay of Aranci and the island of Figarolo, this is the perfect way to enjoy a luxurious setting in privacy.
- Day 2
Cala Di Luna
Cruising further south the coast is dotted with an array of hidden coves and beaches such as Cala Mariolu, Cala Goloritzé, Cala Luna, Cala Fuili and Cala Cartoe.
Cala Di Luna is at the heart of Sardinia’s east coast, tucked away in the Gulf of Orosei and characterised by its deep caves carved in the limestone cliffs which protect it from the winds. The Cala Di Luna beach is only accessible by sea or a 4 km hike so it remains quiet despite its beauty and soft golden sands. Enjoy an al fresco lunch on board, smoking up the spectacular setting before spending the afternoon snorkelling in the crystal clear waters.
- Day 3
Your third day in Sardinia will be spent in the island’s capital of Cagliari where you can spend a day strolling around the colourful ancient city’s districts which each represent a different character.
Start the day with a with coffee in the Stampede District’s lively Piazza Yenne then on to the winding streets of historical Catello to see the Bastione di Saint Remy and down to the peaceful Villanova District. Finish the afternoon back in Marina with spectacular views of across the Mediterranean.
- Day 4
Southwest Coast of Sardinia
As you cruise along southwest coast you’ll be treated to a treasure trove of Sardinia’s raw natural beauty, historical remnants, charming villages and beautiful beaches.
Along the coast you can discover the wild backdrops of Costa Verde and the cliff-bound coves of the Iglesiente whilst inland you can visit the museums of Iglesias and the Unesco-listed Nuraghe Su Nuraxi in Marmilla. Offshore, the outlying islets of Isola di San Pietro and Isola di Sant’Antioco offer a more remote aspect of Sardinia and are well-worth a visit for their unique settings.
- Day 5
Heading to the northwest, the pretty medieval town of Alghero is the main centre along this part of the coast.
Once ruled by the Spanish, it still holds a strong Catalan feel today, from the architecture right through to the excellent cuisines for which it is known throughout the island for. Alghero is also close to the beautiful Riviera del Corallo, famous as the home to the network of caves within the rocky headland of Capo Caccia - Grotta di Nettuno which must be visited when you’re in Sardinia.
- Day 6
Your final stop-off on your Sardinia charter yacht vacation is the beautiful La Maddalena Island.
Only accessible by boat, it is the main island in an archipelago made up of seven large islands (La Maddalena, Caprera, Budelli, Santo Stefano, Santa Maria, Spargi, Razzoli) and 55 tiny isolotti. Here you are free to soak up the unspoilt settings, hop between the islands and get to know the friendly locals - the perfect way to finish your trip.
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*All distances are approximate