Departure from MOYS Marina di Olbia
– Santa Maria
– La Maddalena
– Island of Santo Stefano
Duration: 8 hours – check-in at 9:00 departure time 9:30 return to Olbia marina at 17:30
Swimming stops: 5/6
Your 4-legged friends are welcome
Free parking 20 meters from the boat
N.B. The itinerary and times can be modified according to the weather conditions
Price per person - Minimum 6 Pax
PRICES INCLUDE: VAT – CAPTAIN – BRUNCH APERITIF – FINGER FOOD WITH WINES AND BEVERAGES – FUEL CONSUMPTION INCLUDED
CHILDREN UP TO 4 YEARS FREE
IN CASE OF POOR WEATHER THE EXCURSION WILL BE REPROGRAMMED OR REFUND IF IMPOSSIBLE TO DO IT IN A SECOND TIME
THE CREW SPEAKS ITALIAN-ENGLISH-GERMAN-SPANISH
Wonderful pearls set in the cobalt blue of the Strait of Bonifacio, the islands of the Maddalena archipelago constitute one of the most popular destinations in Sardinia.
We will head towards Spargi to stop in the beautiful Cala Corsara and start a day full of swimming and strong emotions. Along the east coast of the island, we will see Cala Granara, Cala Soraie, Cala Connari and Cala Ferrigno and we will be able to bathe in their turquoise waters. We will continue towards Budelli to see the famous Pink Beach and dive into the calm and transparent waters of the Porto della Madonna also called “the Budelli pools”. Here, in addition to unique views in the world, fish surrounding the boat and sandy seabed with transparent waters, a rich aperitif awaits us with typical local products and accompanied by abundant and fresh Vermentino di Gallura D.O.C.G.
A stop in Razzoli and its Cala Lunga to admire the extravagant granite conformations with a thousand shapes smoothed by the famous Mistral. Then, through the “Passo del Topo” we will move towards Cala Santa Maria, the largest bay on the island of the same name for another dip in its turquoise waters. We will then enter the port of Cala Gavetta in La Maddalena with its characteristic old houses. We will conclude this long day with a stop on the Island of Santo Stefano and Cala di Villamarina. Here, at the end of an exciting day full of emotions, a swim awaits us in this splendid but little-frequented bay of the Maddalenino archipelago. Those who feel like adventure can take a short walk to the granite quarry in use until the first decades of the 20th century and see the imposing, never completed, stone-carved bust of Costanzo Ciano.