An almost secret oasys to sail for 8 months per year. Blessed by a particularly mild climate, this part of Sardinia, less famous than others, offers ideal temperatures and winds to sail almost all year around.
The southern coast of Sardinia is one of the most “sailed” routes of Mediterranian sea: since the Phoenicians, who founded Nora and Cagliari, through to the Pisans who stubbornly defended this coasts during the middle ages, ending with Genoeses who, in the 1700, created the colony of Carloforte in S.Pietro’s Island, this portion of coast has always been fought for, because of its beauty, its richness and its desirable strategic position in the center of the Mediterranean sea.
Along this 100 miles coast, your cruise will show you natural beauties, archeological sites, local cultural traditions wich can only be at hand in a land who saw so many civilizations passing by through the millennia.
A culture and nature centered cruise, rather than a mundane one.
Cagliari and South Sardinia, centered respect all destinations in the Western Mediterranean Sea, is quickly becoming attractive for boaters and sailing enthusiasts.