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7 days on a superyacht in Sardinia

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Porto Cervo

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Sardinia and her surrounding islands host some of the most breathtaking beaches and unforgettable coastlines in the Mediterranean.

There are top beachesin Sardinia, which can only be reached by boat as well as popular VIP hot-spots. A Sardinia superyacht charter or private cruise offers the best of nature’s tranquility as well as explosions of outrageous glamour and fun.

Day 1: Porto Cervo

Porto Cervo is the centre of active daily life on the Costa Smeralda (Emerald Coast) and it’s easily the best place for shopping. Departing from here, you can relax on board while you cruise the coastline in the morning and then golf enthusiasts can head to the 18-hole Pevero golf course.

Horizontally-based pursuits include spa treatments that can be arranged on board or at one of the five-star luxury resorts around the corner. Hotel Cala di Volpe and the bay itself is popular for lazy days that can be followed by late afternoon cocktails and shopping.

Porto Cervo is also a top Mediterranean party destination. Those anxious to rub shoulders with fellow ‘glamourati’ can find live music at numerous outdoor beach clubs like Phi Beach at Baia Sardinia, or can dine and dance at the famous Billionaire restaurant, a 10-minute drive from Porto Cervo.

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Porto Rotondo

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Porto Rotondo

Porto Rotondo, the resort village just south of Porto Cervo is best known for its private beaches. Here small bijou beaches are typical of this stretch of coast, which is characterized by numerous tiny coves good for walking or admiring from the deck. Porto Rotondo is much more laid back than the more up-market Porto Cervo and for those who prefer to be unrecognized this may be just the right place.

Hotel Sporting has an acclaimed restaurant offering Mediterranean cuisine featuring local fish and seafood dishes and a good wine list. The dining room is impressive with a large terrace overlooking the harbour.

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Day 3
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Cala di Luna

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Cala Goloritzè

Cruising southeast you’ll reach Cala di Luna, one of the best beaches in the Mediterranean it is so beautiful it looks almost unreal. While the yacht is anchored offshore, you can relax and enjoy scenic views of limestone cliffs covered by blooming oleanders. In the early morning the sun rises from the sea just in front of the beach and its rays penetrate deep into the large caves that open onto the narrow shoreline.

Nearby Cala Goloritzè is a ‘show- stopper’ with its fantasy of eroded rocks that tower sculpture-like over clear waters. You can immerse yourself in nature and explore this wild coastline.

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