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A yacht rental in Sardinia is the best way to discover and explore the beautiful Costa Smeralda starting from Portisco or one of the smaller bases.
Day 4. Porto Cervo → Maddalena and Caprera
We continue our navigation (about 4 hours) to the north of Sardinia, passing in front of beautiful white sand beaches and crossing the small islands of the water park of Maddalena, a picturesque and uninhabited place where wildlife is abundant. After anchoring in a heavenly place to eat and swim for lunch, we will anchor to Cala Santa Maria, or the beautiful island of Caprera, where we spend the night.
Warning: to sail in the Maddalena Archipelago, you must obtain a special permit.
Day 5. Caprera → Isola di Spargi → Bonifacio (Corsica, France)
Today, we cross the Mouth of Bonifacio, direction Corsica, which we skirt the east coast. Direction to the beautiful world-famous Bonifacio - a lovely medieval town and the oldest town in Corsica, having been founded around 830. It is situated on the cliffs of a limestone peninsula above a natural harbor on the site of a 9th-century citadel and the combination of resort, medieval town, scenery, and nearby beaches make it one of the unmissable highlights of your trip to Corsica. Spend the night, at anchor or at the port
Day 6. Bonifacio → La Maddalena and Cannigione Bay
Heading south, we cross the archipelago of Maddalena, where we stop at anchor after a good half-day of navigation to cool off and enjoy its beautiful seabed.
In the afternoon, we leave for the bay of Cannigione, 2 hours away, where we spend the night, at anchor or at the port, according to your convenience.
Day 7. Cannigione Bay → Olbia and its night market
Sail along the beautiful Sardinian coast, and drop anchor after 2 or 3 hours of sailing in front of the Spiaggia Piccolo Pevero, Romazzino, or Capriccioli. After a good lunch and snorkeling or idleness, we reach the port of Olbia, where we spend a festive evening in the city. Unless you prefer to enjoy your last night at sea, at anchor in the bay of Olbia.