With summer around the corner, finally the all-year wait for the holidays gets shorter and shorter and now our thoughts run to the organization of trips and ideal stays.
For a unique experience, start thinking out of the box, search new kinds of accommodations for a unique stay in your favorite holiday destinations.
One of these destinations certainly is Sardinia, which has always been a popular destination for summer holidays and fantastic boat trips, distinguishing itself for the great variety of proposals and its breathtaking scenarios: a heritage of sea and culture waiting to be discovered.
Here a couple of interesting proposals for accessible and exclusive holidays in Sardinia in the deep south of the island. Carloforte and Sant'Antioco are waiting for you with all their charm! Sleeping on a boat and organizing trips out to sea has never been easier.
Sant’Antioco, for centuries has been a cultural and aggregating landmark, a melting pot of ethnic groups and dialects. It’s one of the oldest cities of the western world, where the last masters of the Bisso live - a silk made from the filaments of a rare marine bivalve.
Sant'Antioco conquers everyone with its picturesque atmosphere where most of its inhabitants are fishermen. The island of the same name, in which the town is located, is the largest of the Sardinian islands
Even if the classic accommodations have what you need for a comfortable stay, this doesn’t mean that they can offer unique atmosphere and emotions destined to remain indelible in your memory.
The experience of passing a night on a boat can be defined as unique: having breakfast and dinner on the boat’s deck admiring the sunrise and sunset, comfortably moored in the Marina, taking advantage of all its services is a lovely way to spend a weekend or a holiday.
In the beautiful setting of Sant’Antioco, sleep on a boat with all the comforts you would find in a traditional accommodation making your stay unforgettable.
Located on Saint Peter’s Island, in the deep south-west of Sardinia, Carloforte forms the Sulcis archipelago with the nearby Sant'Antioco and other small islets.
In addition to its crystal clear sea, the wild coast, many small and beautiful sandy beaches, you’ll find an uncontaminated nature.
But the most fascinating features of this place go beyond the sea. In Carloforte there’s one of the most characteristic local communities of Italy: the “Carlofortini” who still speak the dialect of their Ligurian ancestors, called "Tabarchino".
Hospitable, welcoming and friendly people with culinary traditions linked to their past: typical dishes of the Genoese tradition such as pesto sauce, focaccia and “trofie” crown their menu with many variations, even ethnic ones from North Africa.
In the port of Carloforte, sheltered from the winds, you’ll find boats awaiting you ready to set sail at the discovery of breathtaking coasts lapped by crystal clear waters. The perfect solution for a relaxing holiday with family or friends.