Sardinia on a sailing boat

Breathtaking views, crystal clear sea, discovery of precious traditions and culture. 

These are some of the ingredients that make sailing holidays in Sardinia unique. The journey along the southern areas of the island is an exciting experience for those who do not yet know them, and certainly to be repeated for those who have already visited this part of Sardinia. 

The cruise allows you to explore these places from a singular view, enjoying the wonderful panorama, and relaxing. Carlo Lai, an expert in sea travel in Sardinia and throughout the Mediterranean, organizes sailing cruises throughout the summer to reach the enchanting places of South Sardinia. The cruises are 7 or 14 days and can be organized for singles, couples and groups. Every Saturday it is possible to board the Spirit of Sardinia boat from Cagliari to Villasimius and Carloforte. The two coastal towns are rich in beaches where the transparent sea and a pristine landscape stand out. The beaches reached by cruise on the east side are Mari Pintau, Torre delle Stelle, Porto Giunco, Punta Molentis, Cala Pira, and Poetto beach with Marina Piccola, and on the west side Chia, Cala Malfatano, Cala Zafferano, Porto Pino, La Tonnara, S.Efisio Bay to Nora. 

Choosing a sailing cruise is also an opportunity to visit the routes to Villasimius and Carloforte and learn about its history, culture and traditions, including gastronomic and artisan ones. A Villasimius is not to be missed a visit to the Old Fortress, home of the archaeological museum, a building of the fourteenth century renovated in the '500 by the will of Philip II. Carloforte, a town founded in 1738 by a group of Genoese located on the island of San Pietro, offers attractions such as the Church of the Novelli Innocenti, obstructed on the ruins of a church of the 13th century, the San Vittorio Tower and the Church of the Madonna of Slave.