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Duration: 1 week – approx 140 miles

Turri - Isola di Sant'Antioco

Turri – Isola di Sant’Antioco

A charming itinerary from a naturalistic point of view, on the wildest cost of Sardinia, ideal for who is looking for a quiet holiday enriched by nights in harbors under the stars, swimming in crystal clear water and evenings in villages where you can find a great choice of typical restaurants and farm houses.

The itinerary could be subject to variation depending on the weather conditions.

The suggested stages are the following:
– Sant’Antioco or Calasetta, San Pietro Island (southern side), Cala Domestica, Buggerru, Pan di Zucchero and Porto Flavia.
– San Pietro Island (western side), Capo Teulada, Cala Zafferano (can be reached only by sea and in certain periods of the year), Capo Spartivento, Tuerredda.
– Porto Pino, Sant’Antioco Island.

Departing from the port of Sant’Antioco or Calasetta, after about one hour of navigation, we’re going to find ourselves immediately surrounded by the charming nature of the Archipelago of Sulcis.
Calmly and possibly by sail boat, we’re going to reach the southern coast of the island of San Pietro, where we will visit magic places such as Punta Nera, Guidi beach, Lucchese beach, Genio beach, the famous Columns, Bobba beach and the suggestive Cala Mezzaluna.
With our tender, we’ll approach as close as possible to the coast where we can admire some beautiful caves and do some snorkeling.
For the night we could choose between one of the many well protected bays or we could decide to sail to the typical village of Carloforte, and stay in the port which is very cozy and close to restaurants and shops.

From this scenario we’re going to move to Pan di Zucchero, a particularly interesting surfacing rock: broke off Monte Nai, the sea stack is 133 meters high and has two natural arches, one of them is crossable in a very suggestive tunnel by a small boat. There we could admire the ancient Porto Flavia, a service infrastructure of the minerary area of Masua.
Spending the night in the harbor of Pan di Zucchero it’s really worth it.

Pan di Zucchero dal veliero Schatzli II

Pan di Zucchero dal veliero Schatzli II

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Faraglioni Sud Sardegna

Faraglioni Sud Sardegna

Next we’re going to visit in detail (with the help of the tender) Cala Domestica’s fiord, a paradise between mountains.
It is characterized by a beach that stretches out for many meters towards the inside. The sand is coloured of white, amber and gold, really soft and compact. There are also some bushes, little shrubs and the unmissable Mediterranean marquis which surrounds the perimeter of this gorgeous expanse of sand. It faces one of the most beautiful seas of the coast and of all Sardinia, with quite deep waters, even if not in the shore, coloured of turquoise and light blue.
The prominency of the high cliffs on the two sides of the beach, make the place enchanting and particular.
The sea bed is sandy with some rocks offshore and near the cliffs.
Diving is an interesting experience to admire the submarine beauties of the area, expecially the flora and fauna.
A tunnel digged by miners, on the right reef of the beach lead to the second little cove of Cala Domestica, with the same beautiful features, but smaller.

Later we will visit Buggerru.
Unfortunately the port isn’t approachable because of the sand brought in by the sea current, but the area is fascinating, with cliffs and spectacular coves. The village characterized by little houses arragend in a fan is placed in a scenographic outlet to the sea of a rugged valley, channel of Capo Malfatano, which gave the name to the most important mine of the area.

We’re going to continue the navigation turning back through the northern and western side of San Pietro Island both full of suggestive locations, fiords and little coves where to shelter and anchor, surrounded by a breathtaking view and interesting sea bed, even for fishing.
We’re going to reach the massive Capo Teulada, after which we could admire the fabulous water of Cala Zafferano, Porto Scudo and the famous beach of Tuerredda, near Capo Spartivento.
During the night we could stay in the new Marina of Teulada, full of comforts, or in one of the lovely and shelterd bays in the area.

Isola di San Pietro

Isola di San Pietro

During the retourn to Sant’Antioco Island and before heading to the beautiful western coasts with its minor Islands (Vacca, Toro, Vitello), once we pass Cala Piombo it’s worth staying at Porto Pino, for the beautiful white dunes surrounded by Aleppo’s pine woods.
In Sant’Antioco Island there’s a second well equipped dock, located in Calasetta, the “white village” of Sardinia, where we could find various and interesting services and shops and enjoy excellent seafood.

The climate, typical Mediterranean, very little rain, limited mostly during winter season, is refreshed by mistral.
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