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Portisco base is located in the beautiful “Costa Smeralda” (Emerald Coast), between Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo, only 10 minutes from Olbia Airport. Marina di Portisco, which is a natural green cove, is ideal for sailing tourism and it offers a variety of services in a warm and hospitable environment.

Departing from Portisco, you can sail to large number of destinations: Madalena Archipelago is a natural park scattered of unique beaches, among which the famous pink beach (spiaggia rosa) in Budelli. The wild Corsica lies on the other side of the “Bocche di Bonifacio”. The northern coast of Sardinia as far as the beautiful and untouched island of Asinara and the eastern coast as far as the gulf of Osorei, which is the preferred habitat of the last populations of “foca monaca” (monk seal). During these trips you can easily find well-equipped shorelines; you can enjoy a lifetime holiday in a exclusive environment.

Italy: 7 days itinerary

Total distance 80 nautical miles approximately
Departure Portisco
  1. 1st day: Embarkation
  2. 2nd day: Portisco - Cala di Volpe - Porto Cervo - Cannigione (14 nm)
  3. 3rd day: Cannigione - Palau (4 nm)
  4. 4th day: Palau - Budelli - Santa Maria - Razzoli - Bonifacio (22 nm)
  5. 5th day: Bonifacio - Lavezzi - Santa Teresa (12 nm)
  6. 6th day: Santa Teresa - Porto Pollo - Palau (12 nm)
  7. 7th day: Palau - Portisco (15 nm)
  8. 8th day: Disembarkation
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Portisco base is located in the beautiful “Costa Smeralda” (Emerald Coast), between Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo, only 10 minutes from Olbia Airport. Marina di Portisco, which is a natural green cove, is ideal for sailing tourism and it offers a variety of services in a warm and hospitable environment.
Departing from Portisco, you can sail to large number of destinations: Madalena Archipelago is a natural park scattered of unique beaches, among which the famous pink beach (spiaggia rosa) in Budelli. The wild Corsica lies on the other side of the “Bocche di Bonifacio”. The northern coast of Sardinia as far as the beautiful and untouched island of Asinara and the eastern coast as far as the gulf of Osorei, which is the preferred habitat of the last populations of “foca monaca” (monk seal). During these trips you can easily find well-equipped shorelines; you can enjoy a lifetime holiday in a exclusive environment.