It is no coincidence that Sardinia is the preferred holiday destination of the jet-set.
One could safely say that the sea surrounding this Mediterranean island is one of the most beautiful and transparent that
can be admired around the world.
“This land”, wrote David Herbert Lawrence – is like no other place”. This sensation of a unique place is perceived when sailing around Sardinia:
- From the sea one can admire the long, shimmering beaches of fine shingle, the inlets and coves with their Trachyte rocks or the limestone cliffs, the granites and the dark masses of schist, which lend the crystalline, uncontaminated waters of the sea the stunning shades that have given the name to places like the “Emerald Coast” and the “Turquoise Coast”.
- As one travels along the coast, especially if accompanied by the silence of sails, one can smell the pungent, unmistakeable fragrance of the Mediterranean scrub that characterises Sardinia’s landscape.
- The wind carries the scent of myrtle, strawberry tree, rosemary and wild juniper to the boat. These aromas are an invitation to moor in one of the island’s beautiful marinas: Porto Rotondo - Porto Cervo - Porto Rafael