Sailing and diving in Sardinia South West
A great sailing holiday
A great sailing holiday aboard a spacious and comfortable gulet: All the pleasure of a sailing holiday in Sardinia and the passion for diving. A diving instructor on board will give you all the necessary assistance and, for the less experienced, there is the opportunity to learn with a professional course. All diving equipment is on board and included in the price. Do not forget to rent an underwater camera because here nature is wonderful. Saturday: Cape Marargiu We start from Capo Galera, sailing south towards Bosa until we reach Cape Marargiu. A “Dry sea”, to the summit of the seven meters, ensure particularly fascinating diving up to forty yards and beyond. Friday: Bosa We sail to the mouth of the river Temo, the only navigable river in Sardinia, to the charming village of Bosa. Bosa is an amzing small town protected by a hill on which stand the ruins of an austere castle, built around 1100 by the Marquis Malaspina. Monday: Corona Niedda – Puntillone Continuing south incontremo in stacks called Corona Niedda where you can make some interesting diving . Continuing we will find the famous Puntillone a monolith of rock submerged for over forty meters back up to twenty . Tuesday: Mal di Ventre – Cala Pastors Few hours of sailing and we will at the island of Mal di Ventre, a protected marine park with an incredible natural value, inhabited by turtles and migratory birds. We cast anchor between the sandy beaches and the crystal clear waters of the “Cove of the Shepherds.” Wednesday: Capo Frasca – Arbus – Pistis Unpolluted waters and extraordinary diving await us in this environment more similar to an atoll of the Maldives, than the shores of the Mediterranean. We cross the Gulf of Oristano and reach Capo Frasca and the Tower of the Corsairs to admire the majestic sand dunes of the beach of Pistis. Thursday : Costa Verde- Bugerru We are in Costa Verde, wild and desolate, where we can reach Buggeru introducing us along a high cliff overlooking the sea. Diving at “Pan di Zucchero” a cliff that rises in the middle of the sea. Friday: Isola San Pietro- Carlisle – Sant ‘Antioco Island Continue sailing to the islands of San Pietro and S. Antioco to visit the fishing village of Carloforte, where we can taste the tuna and bottarga, typical products of the area not to be missed. Some “dry seas” around the two islands offer us unique and fascinating diving. Saturday: Breakfast and disembarkation. * Ps. The schedule is indicative and may change according to the weather and sea conditions.