We will start this trip with a 2-day journey that will take us to the north of the island of Sardinia, reaching the islands of the Asinara National Park where we can spend the night and rest after the journey in a wonderful environment.
After this first stop, we will navigate through the Strait of Bonifacio until we reach the Las Maggdalena archipelago, declared a National Park. This set made up of 60 islands and islets, deserves a stop of at least a couple of days to explore its corners and appreciate its environmental wealth.
Continuing south, our next stop will be to explore the Olbia area and we will approach the characteristic island of Tavolara and its neighboring islands, Molara and Molarotto, which form a protected marine area, a paradise of biodiversity and marine wealth.
Going down the southern coast of Sardinia, we will visit the area of the Gulf of Orisei National Park, where the famous Cala de Goloritze stands out and where we can travel numerous routes and trails to discover the important native fauna and flora.
Leaving the Gulf of Orisei behind, we will continue sailing along the east coast of Sardinia, the most unknown area of the island, but with many attractions to explore by sail.
Finally, we will arrive at the city of Cagliari, a city with a lot of history and culture to discover and which will be our final point of this stage and where we will disembark.