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The name Sardinia comes from Latin Sardinia, as the Romans used to call the island. The old center of Olbia is full of treasures such as the Romanesque Basilica of San Simplicio, the Roman aqueduct, 18th-century houses, and the superb outdoor theatre. With a subtle mix of Italian charm and natural beauty, your yacht charter in Olbia will be delighted by the hospitality of the inhabitants of this Italian city.

Best Beaches to Visit When Yacht Chartering in Olbia

Sailing in Olbia is the best way to get to the most beautiful beaches in the area such as Bados, Baia, Coralina, La Playa, and Rena Bianca. Navigate to Costa Smeralda to enjoy its sandy beaches. The coast between Budoni (a resort south of Olbia) to Badesi has a great variety of beaches. Make sure not to miss these ones during your sailing and yacht charter in Olbia.

1. Cala Corsara

The Arcipelago della Maddalena archipelago, in north-eastern Sardinia, is dotted with numerous beaches and coves that are truly worth seeing. One of them, Cala Corsara, in the south of the island of Isola di Spargi, accessible only by sea, is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular.

2. Capo Testa

Capo Testa is a granite cape that extends out into the sea about 3km from Santa Teresa di Gallura. Here you will find clean beaches with white sand, well protected from wind and sea rocks.

3. Beach del Principe

It owes its name to Prince Aga Khan, who founded the Costa Smeralda in the 1960s and made this beach his favorite.

4. Cala Brandinchi

Known as the "Thaiti of Sardinia," the name comes from the colors of the sea. The waters here make you feel like you are enjoying your holiday in the Caribbean. Pines and dunes form a fascinating scenry. During summer, this bay is a popular destination.

5. Cala Coticcio

This beach is located on the island of La Maddalena and can be reached on foot by a 30- to 40-minute walk. Ideal for an adventurous day. In order to fully enjoy it, you should be on your way before 11 o'clock.

6. Spiaggia di Talmone

This beach is a 15-minute walk from the Residence Costa Serena in Palau. It is never crowded and is characterized by small sandy areas and large smooth rocks. The seabed has caves, valleys and a great variety of sea fauna and flora.

7. Costa Paradiso

This beach is located just a few kilometers from the marina of Isola Rossa and is an ideal visit for your yacht charter in Olbia. If you happen to love cliffs, this small sandy beach alternate with large, rugged rocks.

8. Spiaggia Capriccioli

This beach is located in the city of Arzachena, which have many small sandy beaches. Spiaggia Capriccioli is framed by yellow and gray roundish rocks. The water has different shades of color: azure, green, light blue, and cobalt green.

9. La Cinta

La Cinta is located in San Teodoro. On this beach, there are bathing facilities, umbrellas and beach chairs. The beach is ideal for families with children and has many sandy areas and shallow water.

10. Spiaggia Lu Litarroni

The beach is located in Aglientu and is usually not crowded. Basking in the sun on Spiaggia Lu Litarroni is ideal even in high season. It even has an area for dogs.

Things to Know When Yacht Chartering in Olbia
Sardinia is the second largest island of Italy and is located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. Sardinia is located south of Corsica, an island belonging to France. Sardinia can be reached in 5 hours by ferry from Rome and in 7 hours from Nice. In addition, flights are offered from numerous international airports.
With a total of 1840km in length, Sardinia is the region with the highest share of coastline of all Italy. The sea is unclouded and practically safe from any kind of pollution. In Olbia, the marina is protected from all winds and is one of the safest of the Mediterranean. Open all year round, the marina offers 270 berths and is equipped with modern facilities. It is a dynamic and friendly place, which has excellent bars, restaurants, and other ideal facilities for a lovely stopover. Situated near the most important airport of the island, Olbia is a gateway to a coastline boasting endless splendid beaches, turquoise waters, and pretty, remote coves. A few miles north, you will be able to sail in the archipelago of La Maddalena, a national park constituted of gorgeous islands, charming coves and ideal bays to anchor at.