When renting a MadMax Nautical Franchising catamaran the north of Sardinia and south of Corsica offer a perfect itinerary to enjoy this beautiful and natural landscape, Caribbean like sea and nightlife.
You will be able to enjoy all of this and much more during your holiday on a sailing boat.
The area of the Mediterranean nestled between Italy and France is spectacular, so much so that it is often referred to as an earthly Paradise.
It is impossible not to be enchanted upon seeing the stacks of Capo d’Orso of Palau, the natural reserve of Maddalena or the Island of Caprera so full of history all the way to the Bocche of Bonifacio with its high cliffs.
A boat holiday that will become a memorable experience for you and your loved ones.
Is a small harbour at the head of the Gulf of Arzachena in Sardinia, about 10 miles south of the island of Caprera in the group of the islands of Maddalena.
An ideal destination and a must on any Sardinian itinerary you chose. The island of Maddalena is renowned for its beaches and is connected to the nearby island of Caprera by an elevated road. The beaches of Spalmatore and Bassa Trinità are very famous and spectacular to visit.
This island is an integral part of the archipelago of the Maddalena and is a protected nature reserve. Famous for being Giuseppe Garibaldi’s last home, boasting an un-spoilt landscape; a jagged coastline divides the island into two parts: wilder and less practical the eastern area screened by rocks and natural Mediterranean vegetation, much more attended and ideal for families is the western side of the island, studded with fine sand beaches and crystal clear waters.
La Gallura is the northeast coast of Sardinia, famous for its sparkling life from sea to elegant piazza’s, the very best in terms of tourist attractions. The studded coastline opens into the emerald waters of the Costa Smeralda and onto small coves hiding small beaches of golden sand.
Let yourself be enchanted by the mornings cradled by the waves, by the afternoons immersed in relaxing walks around the small elegant boutiques and by the evenings strolling the streets and small piazza’s of Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo, illuminated by the starry night sky.
Spargi is certainly one of the locations to visit. Approachable only by sea, includes numerous small islands like Spargiotto and Spargiotello which attract a lot of interest, as do the many coves caressed by the transparent waters, many vibrant colours and enchanted beaches.
Proceeding along the coast line you will encounter a multitude of incredible locations like Cala Corsara, Cala Soraia, Cala Granara, Cala Conneri and the battlements of Punta Zanotto, camouflaged by the boulders and thick vegetation.