Discover Sardinia & Corsica
The best spots listed on a map
The island of Caprera
The La Maddalena archipelago consists of 60 smaller and larger islands off the northeast coast of Sardinia. the national park was established as the first in Sardinia in 1996. And it can be reached by taking a ferry in Palau. In addition to the only island of Maddalena continuously inhabited since 1770, we must mention Caprera, which can be reached by the Passo della Moneta bridge.
Bonifacio and its white cliffs
Famous for its upper town, Bonifacio is also known for its steep white limestone cliffs. Perched on a white cliff, the old town is protected by its citadel and dominates proudly the sea and the marina. The narrow streets of the upper town are lined with restaurants offering Corsican specialities.
ISOS – Sustainable islands
The Tavolara MPA adheres to the ISOle Sostenibili community project (Réseau d’îles pour le développement) which sees the French department Département du Var as the leader and involves the Autonomous Region of Sardinia, the Tavolara MPA, the Archipelago National Park Toscano, the Province of La Spezia and the French partners Espace Littoral et des Rivages Lacusres, L’Office de l’Environnement de la Corse, Parc National de Port-Cros, Ville de Cannes.
MPA ENGAGE Project
Engaging Mediterranean key actors in Ecosystem Approach to manage Marine Protected Areas to face Climate change.
Marine Protected Areas give us hope
Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) involve the protective management of natural areas according to pre-defined management objectives. MPAs can be conserved for a number of reasons including economic resources, biodiversity conservation, and species protection.
As sailing company our main goal is to protect the environment and our oceans. Spending most of our time out at sea it breaks our hearts when we see how the flora and fauna has changed dramatically. Said that we always have a positive approach. Here some suggestions to sail ecofriendly. Every drop counts!
Sal’è Porcus pond
Right in the Sinis Peninsula the pond of Cabras shows how land and sea can be endless. This wonderful expanse of salty ground is one of the largest in Europe.
Bareboat with friends.
Eat, sail, swim, snorkel and repeat. If you have a sailing license you can pick some friends and come to Sardinia for sailing. Either it is a monohull or a catamaran, don’t make a real schedule just go with the flow, only deadline is to book the boat.
Asinara, the donkeys island.
A 52km wide island along the north cost of Sardinia, the Asinara is the italian name of “donkey-inhabited” one man only listed in 2001, it is an arid place surrounded by a turquoise blue sea which makes it unique.
Golfo Aranci, the gulf of dolphins.
Golfo Aranci is also named “Golfo dei delfini”. In between Olbia and Tavolara Island there’s a family of bottle nose dolphins leaving there.