Sunny Days and Sapphire Seas: A Sardinia Yacht Charter

There are endless reasons to charter a superyacht in Sardinia. The beaches—blinding white and powder soft—are regularly voted amongst the world’s best. The marine life is some of the finest in the Mediterranean. The boutiques, restaurants, and nightlife are exceedingly glamorous, and there are decadent beach clubs to indulge your love of partying under the Mediterranean sun, and blissful high-end spas to pamper the summer days away.

Alghero-Sardinia- Porticciolo Beach with Nuraghe old tower

You could very easily spend a happy few weeks cruising along the coastline of Sardinia on a charter yacht, dropping anchor in one paradise cove after next, waking each morning to dive off the swim platform into sapphire seas shot through with sunlight, sunbathing and picnicking on sugar-white sands. The limestone coast is riddled with caves and rock pools for exploration, and the nearby islands hold endless treasures, promising clear turquoise lagoons and nature reserves of wild and quiet beauty.

Costa Smeralda

On a yacht charter in Sardinia, every day is a new adventure of breathtaking beauty—whether kayaking among the giant boulders of Lavezzi lagoon, diving the shipwrecks off Cagliari, or strolling along coastal pathways with cliffs and wildflowers to either side. When night falls, you can enjoy an elegant, candlelit meal on the deck of your yacht, or try one of the famous restaurants of the glittering seaside towns of Porto Cervo or Porto Rotunda, where the lights of the superyachts reflect across the marina and the beautiful people stroll along in the warm night air.

lavezzi Islands

Yet that is not all there is to sunny Sardinia— not by far. For behind the superyacht scene of Porto Cervo and the stunning beaches of the Costa Smeralda, there is a tranquil Mediterranean heart to this perfect slice of Italy. Quiet villages dot the coast, their cluster of terracotta roofs rising above pretty little marinas dotted with colourful fishing boats. Markets line cobbled squares, and fragrant citrus groves release their oils in the heat of the Mediterranean sun. Behind the coast, rolling vineyards give way to the forests of oak and emerald pine which cloak the low mountains. Donkey paths wind through the rugged interior, where wild horses and sheep graze their way across steep fields, and ancient tombs, lava domes, and nuraghic ruins are reminders of Sardinia’s ancient past.

Porto-Cervo-town

From its superb beaches and dazzling marinas to its wild and mountainous centre, Sardinia is one of the ultimate places for a Mediterranean yachting vacation. To find out more about chartering a yacht in Sardinia next summer, visit Worth Avenue Yachts, who are luxury Sardinia yacht charter vacations specialists. For more in-depth Sardinia info visit the official tourist guide here SardegnaTurismo and you’ll also find events calendar. And here see nice insights on when to go and average monthly temperatures in Sardinia.