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Sardinia, the Italian island attracts with its charm and wonderful sights. In the north and south of the island, there are many sailing yachts ready for a nice trip. We advise you to fly to Olbia or to do this by ferry. The north of Sardinia is lovely because there are a lot of beautiful bays, and the range of yachts is the most diverse. La Maddalena is a nature reserve with many beaches known for the "pink sand" and where a large number of anchorages can be found. You can also make a crossing from the north to Corsica. This is only half a day sailing to the north — enough possibilities for a nice trip.
Sardinia is the second-largest Mediterranean island and about the size of The Netherlands. It has a rich diversity of landscapes and is known as a ‘miniature continent.’ Mediterranean climate on the coasts and a continental climate on the interior mountains make Sardinia perfect for sailing.
The coastline has rugged and imposing granite formations interspersed with deep bays and many inlets with white sandy beaches. We particularly recommend the Catalan town of Alghero. This charming town, with its delightful old center of alleyways and piazzas, offers a variety of ways to spend an enjoyable evening.
Good restaurants, live music, and beach parties make Alghero a bustling city where there is always something to do. Of course, you can also enjoy sailing the azure seas of the coastal waters, where you will find beautiful unspoiled islands well beyond the reach of mass tourism.
We at Tubber are fans of sailing in Sardinia and especially the north. To give a good picture of the north of Sardinia, here is a list of the most beautiful viewings.
She is known for the many visits to the jet set. Large luxury yachts, golf clubs, expensive restaurants, and clubs. Here all the splendor of rich Europe dances around.
As mentioned before, unprecedented pink-colored sandy beaches in a protected park with many islands. You can rent a yacht and sail among the beautiful large granite rocks and ancient fortresses. Sailing at this park is a must for sailing in Sardinia.
An island south of Portisco in less than half a day by boat. You cannot miss this spectacular colossus as it rises no less than 550 meters above sea level. A hike to the top of this island is a great experience.
Dorgali is known for the Nuragic villages and the beach of Cala Gonone. The area also has caves, both inland and on the coast. Here you can anchor beautifully. Children also find this very cool when sailing around Sardinia.
This fantastic place is located at the very northern tip of Sardinia. The place is cozy with many shops and fine restaurants. The beaches with their corresponding bays to the west are ideal for anchoring. Top to relax before you make the crossing to Corsica. Baia di Santa Reparata protects well against the wind and waves of the road between Sardinia and Corsica.
Takes its name from the round granite that lies as a small island off the coast. You will certainly enjoy yourself here when you want to relax on the beach. All this is easy to combine with visiting nice boutiques, shops, and restaurants, which are nearby.
Castelsardo is a beautiful place for sailing! Very authentic and idyllic because of the ancient fortress and the height differences. The old cobbled streets and many concerts and festivals make this a lively summer destination to do when sailing in Sardinia.
This island is a protected nature reserve. Until 1997 only prisoners and their guards lived on this island. Now the building is not allowed, and you will encounter albino donkeys, which is why Asinara is also called "donkey island." It is a fascinating place to rent a boat and explore.
Known for the cave system discovered in the 18th century. There are good anchorages and mooring buoys. The landscape has changed compared to earlier places, higher cliffs, and spectacular vistas. Cala del bollo is an excellent anchor spot!
It may be touristy, but with the luxury of a private yacht, Stintino is a wonderful destination for sailing around Sardinia.
Olbia is a very nice city. Perfect for a short visit when disembarking on a Saturday morning. The airport is nearby, so the place is ideal for the last walk and shopping. Don't forget to stop by the cathedral and have lunch/dinner at Antica Trattoria. This will be the icing on the cake, delicious Italian specialties.
A crossing to this place in Corsica is worth it. Yes, it can be very windy in the street between Sardinia and this island, but the distance is not great, so you are there in no time. The cliffs with the houses and the port of Bonifacio are unforgettable. They make this place a real must for a sailing holiday in Sardinia.