Upon arrival at Cagliari Elmas Airport (CAG), take a deep breath in. You have finally set foot on the island where you will spend the next few days during the most anticipated time of the year - your dream catamaran charter in Cagliari. Next stop is the harbour! The capital of Sardinia and located in the southern extreme of the island, Cagliari is one of the most diverse cities of Mediterranean Italy. Largely destroyed during the Second World War, today the city is characterised more by its modern buildings and ancient ruins.
Your starting point and the capital of Sardinia beckons you to stroll through its historic centre and discover the island's cultural heritage, from the royal palace, the ancient amphitheatre, the bastion of Saint-Remy to the archaeological museum. From Cagliari, you can sail to Chia beach for a sailing or surfing session in one of the most beautiful anchorages in Sardinia.
Below is an exemplary itinerary for a 7-day catamaran charter in Cagliari. Please note that your sailing itinerary may be adapted to cater to your needs, as well as changing weather conditions.
Day 1: Pula
Departure from the port of Cagliari towards Pula (the crossing of the bay is of little interest and the landscape of the oil industry fades away as soon as you pass the Perd'e Sali point.)
Day 2: Perda Longa
In Pula enjoy snorkelling the Phoenician mosaics that have since been submerged. Then drop anchor in the Bay of Perda Longa, a well-sheltered anchorage with a sandy seabed.
Day 3: Porto di Teulada
Set sail for the small port Marina di Teulada (on the way you can stop at Piscinni beach).
Day 4: San Antocio and La Colonne di Carloforte
Long trip to do a tour around Cape Teulada (military zone, forbidden to land there). Stop for a spot of lunch on the wild coast of San Antocio. Then, enjoy the views as you anchor at La Colonne di Carloforte.
Day 5: Carloforte
Tour of the Island of San Pietro, evening stop at the port of Carloforte to sample some local cuisine at the Da Nicolo restaurant.
Day 6: Setti Ballas
Back east to Setti Ballas for a last stopover and return to Cagliari.
Choose a catamaran charter in Cagliari and discover beautiful scenery along the coast. You can stop in a protected anchorage in Teulada, instantly recognisable thanks to its tower. An excursion to the nearby island of Sant'Antioco is a must when renting a sailboat in Sardinia. Discover the anchorages of Cala Sperone, Cala Lunga and the beach of Coaquaddus. Next door, the island of San Pietro is another flagship stop on a cruise in southern Sardinia. You can stroll through the colourful alleys of Carloforte and bask on the beautiful white sandy beach of La Bobba, at Punta delle Colonne, or near the rocky beach of Guidi. Between Capo Altano and Capo di Frasca, this part of the southern coast of Sardinia is full of beautiful beaches and mining remains. The area's main attraction for boaters is the famous Pan di Zucchero, the most imposing natural monument on the Iglesias coast.
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