What better way to explore the breath-taking sights of Sardinia than by yacht charter? With hidden bays, inland coves, white sandy beaches, and irresistible culinary delights ready to be sampled, this slice of paradise is just waiting to be discovered.

Whether you fancy snorkelling in crystal clear waters around the bays of Costa Smeralda, catching a high-speed tender to the shore to explore the Abba Cabbu ruins in the quaint town of Olbia, or wandering the coves of the small island of Tavolara, Sardinia is Italy’s best kept secret, and has something to offer everyone. Be sure to check out the white beaches of Cala Brandinchi, known by locals as ‘Little Tahiti’ due to its sheer beauty. With gently swaying pine trees behind the sands, and turquoise waters beyond, we can guarantee this haven will take your breath away.

Additionally, be sure to jump on a tender and immerse yourself in all that Sardinia has to offer on the mainland… Neptune’s Grotto is a great spot for adventurers, both young and old; inside this magical cave, you’ll find a vast saltwater lake, with some centuries old rock formations. Beware though – there are 656 steps to climb down! Be sure to check out the murals in the rugged mountain town of Orgosolo, which date back to the 1960’s, having provided a canvas for the inhabitants of the city to visualise their political thoughts and opinions, as well as their interpretations of usual village life. Let’s not forget the ancient structures dotted around Sardinia, known as ‘Nuraghe’, and thought to be some of the most accurate examples of Bronze Age civilisation villages. Though there are hundreds of experiences to enjoy on the mainland, our final highlight would have to be the Gola di Gorropu. Known affectionately as ‘Italy’s Grand Canyon’, this is the perfect spot for lovers of hiking, wild swimming, rafting, and climbing. But watch out… legend says that Sardinia’s very own Bigfoot can be found wandering here!

A lot to take in! But to put it simply, picture this – you’ve just set sail into the Maddalena Archipelago, by mid-morning, you’re gliding to the shore through turquoise waters by Seabob, with the promise of a glass of locally produced wine on your return, lunch has been booked on the panoramic terrace at a high-end restaurant in Porto Cervo, and your captain has predicted a picture-perfect sunset on the Costa Smeralda this evening.

Transform this mystical dream into an incredible reality when you book a yacht charter in Sardinia.

Take a look at just some of the charter yachts gracing the shores of Sardinia this summer: