Packed some exquisite wine to enjoy on the deck of your yacht? Good. Let's head on to Sardinia. Adorned with alluring beaches and five-star resorts, Sardinia is Italy's second-largest island spanning over 2,000 km of limpid coastline. One of the most alluring summer destinations, Sardinia is sure to dazzle you with its splendour.
Explore the bountiful yachting facilities in this elegant harbour, a stunning mix of traditional Sardinia, and the grandeur of modern lifestyle. Rising seamlessly in the prestigious 35-mile-long coast of Costa Smeralda, Porto Cervo was transformed from a simple fishing village to a decadent mirage-like hub of the rich and famous by the Aga Khan.
Loro Piana's superyacht regatta is held every June, after the contestant's party at the famous Phi Beach, an opulent must-see location.
The pristine waters and dramatic coastline, the endless Gatsbyesque parties, and the unique dining experience are all reasons any sailing aficionado must experience the beauty of Porto Cervo.
If you get a little carried away and need a relaxing day, we recommend you spend a day at Petra Segreta, a 5-star resort and spa secluded in the beautiful hills that will bring peace and serenity after a crazy Sardinian night.
Don't miss out on the grilled langouste pasta at La Taverna Palau - some say it's the best dining experience in the world!
Situated between the Gulf of Cugnana and Marinella, Porto Rotondo is an oasis with a marina to accommodate up to 600 boats of any dimension. Cast your anchor here to enjoy Porto Rotondo's view of the turquoise sea and rocky cliffs.
While on land, visit the Church of San Lorenzo, famous for its similarity to an overturned hull, and the Granite Amphitheatre.
Hide from the mistral in the Bay of Marinella, where you can explore sandy beaches or immerse yourself in a fine dining experience.
A stunning coastal town best known for its medieval San Simplicio basilica and cafes spawned across central squares like Piazza Matteotti, Olbia's name actually means "happy town" - and rightfully so. Check out the Museo Archeologico di Olbia hosting exhibits ranging from Nuragic artifacts to Roman warships.
Enjoy a romantic dinner at L'Essenza Bistrot, a Michelin-adorned restaurant located in the historic center.
Some beautiful beaches to see while in Sardinia, only accessible by yacht, are Cala Isola dei Porri and Cala Granara, Spiaggia di Cuccureddu, Golfo della Mezzaluna, and Cala Mariolu.