Day 1 - Porto Cervo
This town is buzzing with activity. Kick off your vacation with the opportunity for some great shopping procuring those unique finds. Get in a round of golf at the 18-hole Pevero course before setting off on your yacht.
Day 2 - Porto Rotondo
IKnown for its bijou beaches, Porto Rotondo is a quiet village. This sleepy town is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the finer things in life. At the center of town is the Piazzetta San Marco where local boutiques and bars can be found.
Day 3 - Cala Luna
Cala Luna is truly a landscape of beauty. Take in sweeping views of limestone cliffs enveloped in fields of stunning oleanders. Streaks of sunlight peak into the the large caves that dot the shoreline. Take a short trip to Cala Goloritzè where you will find giant eroded rocks towering over these clear waters.
Day 4 - Cagliari
As Sardinia’s capital since Roman times, this town was founded in the seventh century BC by the Phoenicians. Known as Il Castello, Cagliari is a maze of beautifully historic buildings. Among these medieval homes is the archeology museum where a collection of 4,000-year-old stone structures. Brose the central shopping district along Via Roma, before returning to your yacht for a sunset dinner.
Day 5 - Sardinia's Southwest Coast
As you look out from the upper deck of your yacht, you will see the many coves and small villages along the coastlines. Passing the islands of Sant’Antioco and San Pietro, experience the vastness of the steep cliffs and rugged countryside. Stop by Forte Village Le Dune to enjoy the relaxing Acquaforte Thalasso Spa or have fun go-karting, bowling, and dancing at the disco.
Day 6 - Alghero
Rich with character, Alghero flaunts its ancient churches tinged with wrought iron details and narrow cobblestone alleys. Explore the stalactites and stalagmites at Grotte di Nettuno or visit a local vineyard to pick up a bottle for dinner.
Day 7 - La Maddalena
Beaches spotted with rocks, and crystal clear waters welcome you. Surrounded by the national park, this is the only inhabited island in the archipelago. Also in the area are the protected islands of Spargi, Razzoli, Budelli, Santa Maria, Caprera, and Santo Stefano. Take in this last bit of natural peace before heading back to the mainland.