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7 days on a superyacht in Sardinia

7 days on a superyacht in Sardinia

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Sardinia Sant' Antioco
Day 5

Sardinia’s Southwest coast

The coastline from the island’s most southern point to midway up the west coast is scattered with coves and small villages. Cruising this stretch, you will pass the island of Sant’ Antioco, the largest of the smaller Sardinian islands connected to the motherland by an artificial isthmus, and San Pietro-Punto di Cala Fico – here the seas are deep, the cliffs high and the countryside wild and rugged.

When natural beauty loses its appeal, some international-styled fun can be found at Forte Village Le Dune – a resort that accommodates the whims of all ages with luxury services mixed with family fun. The Thaermae de Forte recently qualified as a Leading Spa of the World; Leisure Land includes go-karting, bowling and ice rink facilities (even in summer) and a children’s club offers fun for kids. Nearby, Le Dune, the two highest sand dunes in Italy, flow like lava into the sea and are worth a peak either by air or boat.

Picture courtesy of DSerra/Shutterstock.com

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