The regular high season for Sardinia is July and August. This means that thousands of tourists will flock into the island and take over the beaches. The best time to charter a catamaran in Portisco is June and September. During the time, the weather and waters are warm enough to have your beach holiday, and you can avoid the crowd. Better to avoid going to Sardinia in December, January & February. As this is a very windy area, so the wind could be very harsh and strong during the winter times. During this time, most of the restaurants and shops close for winter, so it could be a very difficult time for travelers.
As Portisco is a preferred destination for both marina and tourists, there are enough facilities that offer you a pleasant holiday in the region. It is not difficult to find restaurants, cafes, shops, and cultural experiences.
Italy never disappoints its visitors food-wise. Aside from the pasta, fish and other local specialties, Portisco is entirely a pleasant coastal town in one of the most beautiful parts of Sardinia. At the Marina di Portisco, you can find the restaurant Aquamarina. Their standard of gastronomy is unquestionably the highlight of its characteristics. As you might expect, seafood is their primary focus, they also have an outstanding diversity of traditional plates and Mediterranean food. If you are craving for pizza when catamaran charter in Portisco, head to Matts. This popular pizzeria is also situated in the marina. You can even enjoy some concerts and art exhibitions when feasting on their incredible pizza.
If you are a beach lover, you have come to the right place! Sunbathing on one of the best beaches in Europe here, as all of them are open to the public. There are several beaches nearby Portisco that are worth visiting, such as Rene Bianca Beach, Razza Di Junco beach, and Petra Ruja beach.
The island of Mortorio is an island located north-east of Sardinia forming part of the La Maddalena archipelago. With very jagged coasts, it covers an area of approximately 0.60 km², and its mountainous hills reach the maximum altitude of 77 meters above sea level. A limitation on construction protects this uninhabited island which is part of the National Park of the Archipelago of La Maddalena. The backwoods is densely coated with plants and brooms. The island of Mortorio is an area with maximum environmental protection, as regards both the terrestrial area (classified as TA) and the water surface surrounding the isle (classified MA).
The small islet named Soffi is not distant from Mortorio and is correspondingly distinguished by shallow crystal waters and silky white sand. The most famous spot of the island is named Piscine di Soffi (Soffi's pools) because of its similarity to a real swimming pool, with sandy ground and crystal-clear water, enclosed by reefs. Corsican Seagulls, one of the rarest preserved species in the world, also lives here. As Mortorio, it is only accessible by water. The shores of the island are rugged and girded by rocks and reefs, so they are less packed by visitors. However, it is still the least robust of the 3 islands (Mortorio, Camere, and Soffi) and the lushest. Sailing through the tunnel between Soffi island and Camere islands has no problem in calm seas.
At the northeast most of the Isle of Sardinia, near Bonifacio (Corsica), the islands of La Maddalena is constituted by magnificent cliffs. Sculpted by the winds, the archipelago is composed of about eighty rocky mountain streams of tails and of 7 large islands. The most famous islands of the archipelago are Isola Cabrera and Isola Maddalena, which is not the most inhabited, but the most visited. There is a bridge that allows visitors to pass from one island to the other by car easily. The island of Maddalena has numerous beaches, including Bassa Trinita and Spalmatore. It is designated by jagged granitic terrain and has some ancient fortresses.
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