Yacht charter in Sardinia and Corsica

If your dream is a Sailboat experience you are in the right place. Those who choose this holiday can enjoy the best places that the Sardinian and Corsican sea has to offer. The sea and unspoiled nature that will fill your days with joy, relaxation, adventure and fun, away from your usual job, and light years from the city. Choose to navigate the Sardinia and Corsica Islands! Take full advantage of all the wonders that these places offer. Let’s start surfing on vacation! Enjoy the Yacht charter in Sardinia and Corsica

Places you will visit

A description of the places you will visit during your tour between Sardinia and Corsica.

Indicative charter program

Indicative 7-day program, Summer 2022, 7 days and 6 nights

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Places you will visit during your yacht charter in Sardinia and Corsica Islands

Enjoy the best places that the Sardinian and Corsican sea has to offer

Yacht charter in Sardinia
Caprera is an island in the Maddalena archipelago off the coast of Sardinia, Italy. In the area of La Maddalena island in the Strait of Bonifacio, it is a tourist destination and the place to which Giuseppe Garibaldi retired from 1854 until his death in 1882. The island of Caprera is entirely included in the La Maddalena Archipelago National Park: a marine and land protected area of national and community interest.

La Maddalena's Archipelago - Budelli's Island

Budelli is an island in the Maddalena archipelago, near the strait of Bonifacio in northern Sardinia, Italy. It is one of the seven islands that comprise Archipelago de La Maddalena National Park. Budelli is especially renowned for its Spiaggia Rosa (Pink Beach), on the southeastern shoreline, which owes its colour to microscopic fragments of corals and shells, such as Miriapora truncata and Miniacina miniacea.


Bonifacio is a commune in the southern tip of the island of Corsica, in the French department of Corse-du-Sud. Bonifacio is located directly on the Mediterranean Sea, separated from Sardinia by the Strait of Bonifacio. It is a city placed on the best and only major harbour of the southern coast and also is a commune covering a somewhat larger region. The city of Bonifacio is split into two sections. The vieille ville (old town), or la Haute Ville (the Upper city), on the site of a citadel, is located on the promontory overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The citadel was built in the 9th century with the foundation of the city. The Citadel has been reconstructed and renovated many times since its construction and most recently was an administrative center for the French Foreign Legion.

Spargi's Island

Spargi is an island of Italy. It is situated in the Maddalena archipelago, in the Strait of Bonifacio between Corsica and Sardinia. It is the third largest island in the archipelago, and is uninhabited. It is within the Arcipelago di La Maddalena National Park.
The landscape is rugged granite, with some porphyry. The island is more-or-less circular. The only source of fresh water is rainfall. The coast is marked by coves and sandy beaches.
The hinterland is almost impenetrable. Plant life includes Cistus, strawberry tree, juniper and mastic.

Santa Maria's Island

It is the flattest and most welcoming island of the archipelago, made up largely of gneisses and micascists that characterize it throughout the eastern side, giving it a sweeter profile than the other islands. It takes its name from the small church and convent in the name of the Virgin, active in the Middle Ages and closely linked to Boniface: this is demonstrated by the Bonifacini notarial deeds of the thirteenth century, in which there are numerous testamentary bequests and donations to this church. Abandoned in the sixteenth century, probably due to barbarian raids, the island resumed being inhabited, albeit not continuously, in the seventeenth century when Corsican shepherds occupied the archipelago to raise livestock.


It is located on the western side of the largest and deepest ria, that is an inlet created by a river mouth, in the northeastern part of Sardinia. Cannigione, a district of Arzachena, originally a fishing village, is a renowned tourist village. Its promenade is made up of the docks of a large, modern port. Next to it, is the ‘city’ beach: light, large grained sand leading into the sea with its infinite shades of blue.

A few more stunning places you will visit

The island of Vulcano, the ancient home of the god Hephaestus, is the southernmost island of the archipelago. As the name suggests, the island boasts four volcanoes:
Volcano plan
Fossa di Vulcano
Vulcanello della Fossa
In addition to volcanoes, there are underground fumaroles. On this island, in addition to walks in the village, it is possible to visit the fumaroles and enjoy a breathtaking view. In addition, the island is equipped with restaurants and night clubs for nightlife, as well as spas to fully enjoy the resources of the still active volcanic subsoil.

Indicative 7-day program Yacht charter in Sardinia and Corsica Islands

7 days and 6 nights

Summer 2022 – Travel program lasting 7 days and 6 nights, perfect for those who want to spend a relaxing holiday without giving up the pleasure of visiting these enchanted places. We will leave from Cannigione of Arzachena for the beautiful archipelago of La Maddalena. Arzachena is a town in the province of Sassari, northern Sardinia.
The nearest airport to Sassari is ALGHERO – FERTILIA (about 30 Km from Sassari). Sardinia has other two airports with serve different destinations: OLBIA COSTA SMERALDA (in the North-East of the island) and CAGLIARI-ELMAS (in the South of the island).
The nearest seaport to Sassari is Porto Torres (about 20 Km from Sassari). Ferries sail from Genoa and Civitavecchia (Rome). The Porto Torres-Sassari stretch is served by a frequent bus service. You can also travel to other seaports of the island, such as Cagliari, Olbia or Arbatax, which are connected to Sassari by several bus and railway companies.

First day - Saturday

Boarding from the port of Cannigione is scheduled at 18:00 to give you the time you need to reach the town. Upon your arrival, we will arrange your luggage and install you in your cabins. After that we will make a safety briefing and then we will have a welcome dinner on board.

Second day - Sunday

Sunday morning departure from Cannigione in direction of the archipelago of La Maddalena, Italian National Park.
After about 1 hour of navigation we will anchorage on the island of Caprera in the bay of “Cala Portese”.
In the afternoon change of anchorage for the bay of Cala Garibaldi.
Landing on the beach and in the late afternoon aperitif on board, followed by a barbecue and overnight stay in the bay.

Third day - Monday

We’ll dedicate Monday morning to relax, a little snorkeling and then change island to drop anchor in Budelli, one of the seven islands of the Italian archipelago of La Maddalena.
We will make a short shore excursion on the famous “pink beach”.
In the afternoon we’ll cross the mythical mouths of Bonifacio heading south of Corsica and precisely to the French island of Cavallo, the island of VIPs, where we’ll spend the night in the bay.

Fourth day - Tuesday

Tuesday morning: wake up, dive and breakfast. We will hoist the sails with the bow towards the flat island, a tongue of sand in the south of Corsica. After lunch we’ll sail along the white cliffs of Bonifacio to reach the harbor around 4:00 p.m. and enjoy the town, spending the evening among the historical walls of Bonifacio.

Fifth day - Wednesday

Wednesday morning departure from the port of Bonifacio and en route to the archipelago of the Lavezzi Islands, Corsica’s natural park.
We will make a dive in the turquoise waters “of Cala Lazzarina” island of Lavezzi and in the afternoon we will change anchorage for the bay of Sant Amanza, south of Corsica.
Aperitif on the white sandy beach and overnight stay in the bay.

Sixth Day - Thursday

Thursday morning, after breakfast, we’ll sail towards the island of Spargi, in particular Cala Corsara, where we’ll spend the morning. We will have a tour on the beach and on the granite rock.
In the afternoon we will look for a quiet anchorage on the island of Santa Maria to spend the night at anchor.

Seventh day - Friday

Friday morning we’ll drop anchor in the direction of the island of La Maddalena, where we’ll spend the day in a quiet anchorage, and around 16:00 we’ll make the last edges towards the Marina of Cannigione.
In the evening, it will be possible to visit this village in the north of Sardinia and buy the last souvenirs of the cruise.

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