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Recommended for those looking for a quiet holiday, morning swims and evenings of good food in the most famous places on the island.

Eastern Sardinia, easy and extremely suggestive itinerary from a naturalistic point of view, on the wildest coast of Sardinia!

A cruise along the eastern side of Sardinia, renowned as one of the most famous and well-known in the world. The presence of the Olbia port allows you to choose the itinerary as you prefer.

Itinerary that will take you to discover Eastern Sardinia, from Porto Corallo to Caprera:

The stages

An incredibly evocative and untamed itinerary, unveiling the myriad shades of blue, turquoise, and light blue. A captivating coastline, brimming with hidden treasures, promises moments of pure ecstasy and bliss waiting to be discovered.


a necessary stop if, starting from Villasimius, you feel the need to make a stop before heading up the Ogliastra coast.


The first landing on the marvelous Ogliastra coast, considered the most imposing and wild in Sardinia, is filled with postcard-perfect ravines such as Cala Goloritzé, Cala Luna, and Sisine, as well as the Grotta del Bue Marino. The port is located in the town. A visit to the Rocce Rosse is a must; these splendid red porphyry cliffs attract tourists from all over the world and can be reached in just a few minutes on foot.



Not far from Arbatax, it serves as the starting point for exploring the Gulf of Ogliastra. Since June 2005, the local Marina of Baunei has been equipped with the “Pequod,” a lift that enables disabled individuals to access boats, thereby becoming the “first accessible port” in Sardinia. On land, taking a stroll through the village immerses you in its warmth, the Mediterranean scrub, and the gastronomic delicacies that have made Ogliastra famous.



After immersing yourself in the enchantment of Ogliastra, and its sheer cliffs, the landscape extends into the splendid bay of Porto Ottiolu, famous for its beaches, delicious typical local products and lively nightlife, the ideal complement to navigation.



From the beach of Berchida to the dunes of Capo Comino, up to the fishing village of Santa Lucia, the area surrounding Siniscola is full of attractions. There is a wide choice of naturalistic excursions in the interior, which allow you to appreciate a varied and uncontaminated territory. Together with the nearby towns of San Teodoro and Budoni, they offer the significant advantage of less boat traffic compared to the northern coast, which allows you to better enjoy the naturalistic richness of the area.



A swiftly developing city, bolstered by an international airport linking it to major European cities, Olbia serves as a pivotal hub between the eastern and northern coasts.



Once past Porto Rotondo and Marina di Portisco, the famous Costa Smeralda opens up, renowned throughout the world as a favorite destination for the international jet set. The area, about twenty kilometers included in the municipality of Arzachena, is full of inlets, small beaches, a few miles from the islands of Soffi, Mortorio, Bisce and the Maddalena archipelago, which make the navigable area intriguing but also full of shoals and emerging rocks to pay maximum attention to.



The town of Cannigione boasts a sizable and well-appointed tourist port, long serving as the natural harbor for the town of Arzachena. Its gulf provides an ideal setting for sailing regattas.



Numerous beaches, alternating with stretches of granite coast, lead to the town of Palau, gateway to the archipelago of La Maddalena and Corsica. The surrounding area is dotted with beaches, set in the lush and fragrant Mediterranean scrub. Near the town there is the Bear Rock, a 122 meter granite hill shaped by atmospheric agents, famous for its bear shape and visited every year by thousands of people.



The archipelago, a bridge between Sardinia and Corsica, stands out for its pristine beauty. Access to the neighboring islands and seas is entirely bound by the regulations of the park of the same name (www.lamaddalenapark.it), established in 1994 to protect the area. The entire archipelago features jagged coasts and outcropping rocks, necessitating maximum caution in navigation, compounded by the intense boat traffic. Its main inhabited center is La Maddalena, originally a fishing village and more recently associated with the activity of the decommissioned NATO military base of Santo Stefano in 2008.


Among so much nature, a dive into history is a must. Also included in the park of La Maddalena, and connected to the mainland by a small bridge, the island of Caprera is known for having been chosen as a retreat by Giuseppe Garibaldi, who died there in 1882. Of a granitic nature it has numerous woods, mainly pine forests, and coasts with sandy coves alternating with cliffs overlooking the sea.