Sardinia: about 2000 km of beaches stretches along its coast, considered among the most beautiful coastline of the world, stand out for the indisputable quality of their sea. Indeed an attractive call for sunbathers and relax-searchers.
Famous for its precious and unique cultural heritage and landscape, as well as for its excellent typical cuisine, Sardinia welcomes record figures of tourists every year, and has always been a reference point for boat trips in Italy. Now there’s a new never-seen-before offer that includes stays in moored boats for a dream B&B Sardinia holiday.
A new starting point to escape from chaotic resorts or from normal accommodations, perhaps venturing towards the villages of the inland: the authentic soul of the island, a cross-section of an unspoiled land still faithful to its traditions.
Overlooking the beautiful gulf that protects the marine area of Tavolara, Olbia is the main gateway for the Costa Smeralda.
Miles and miles of coastline, full of coves that offer a picture-perfect landscape: Porto Istana, Pittulongu, Bados or the north coast with the unique white sands of Porto Rotondo and Portisco at Sa Rena Bianca. And then there’s San Teodoro, Le Saline, practically you’ll be spoiled for choice for your sunny days on the beach. Olbia is famous also for its mussel farms; therefore you absolutely can’t miss to taste a savory dish of mussels.
There are so many ideas at your disposal for a great B&B Sardinia holiday by boat dedicated to relaxation in an incredible, privileged setting.
To venture into the heart of Sardinia you can choose to begin from the northwest coast, precisely from the seaside village of Stintino, transformed from a fishing village to a renowned tourist destination, with its famous beach: La Pelosa.
A great entry point of the itinerary that from the northern side penetrates into the heart of Gallura with its folklore and true flavors, between archaeological heritage and breathtaking views. From Stintino depart wonderful sailing cruises towards the north of Sardinia and to the south of Corsica or to Asinara Park.
Arbatax is perfect for a livelier holiday, the starting point for fascinating boat trips to dream coves and the ideal setting of the colorful Red Valley festival featuring international DJs and artists in the incredible scenery of the Red Rocks, a true paradise for the eyes.
In the deep south there’s Carloforte, Sardinia’s Ligurian enclave where the Genoese dialect is still spoken. It’s the perfect place where you can enjoy their excellent cuisine and experience the atmosphere of an international event by participating to Girotonno in a splendid alternation of alleys and fortifications framed by beautiful sea view glimpses. Stay in Sardinia in a B&B near Sant'Antioco, between unspoiled landscape, craftsmanship and tradition, or in Sulcis Iglesiente which will lead you to discover new exciting experiential paths.
In the past boat trips weren’t an experience for all budgets and many discarded this idea because they didn’t have a boat license, or because they wanted to spend a hassle-free family vacation.
But now, in addition to the classic boat charter, you can live unique experiences thanks to moored stays.
Using a boat like a starting point as you would do with an apartment represents the opportunity to live a new experience, capable of giving you unforgettable views and comfort for the entire duration of your stay: the relax of a hotel with the indisputable charm of a boat, which can also be rented for sea trips with or without a skipper.
Discovering the wonders of Sardinia staying on a boat is possible, without worries and in a very accessible way, thanks to the new frontier of the experiential tourism. Getting off a boat for a relaxing walk in a beautiful Marina or discovering the archaeological and natural heritage is certainly a new way to experience life on a boat, less demanding but equally fascinating.
All within a budget that doesn’t exceed the usual cost required for a traditional holiday.