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North Sardinia and South Corsica 2 with the Atlantis

 

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The route from Sardinia to the Italian coast has a lot to offer!

The journey starts in Olbia on the north-east coast of Sardinia, goes north and takes us along the famous coast line Costa Smeralda, which is named after the emerald green waters of the sea. On the way to the Bonifacio Strait we also pass the La Madalena archipelago, which consists of more than 62 islands and island mountains, including seven main islands.

Arriving in Corsica, depending on the wind and weather, it may be possible to sail to Bonifacio or perhaps the beautiful Porto-Vecchio is more favorable taking the prevailing winds into account.

We hope to visit the small island of Isola del Giglio on the way to Santo Stefano. Here you are far away from the crowds, with time to admire the unspoiled nature of Giglios and to enjoy the crystal clear, emerald green sea.

After about 160 nautical miles we reach the Italian coast.

The captain looks at the weather and the wind daily and will adapt the sailing plan accordingly. Other ports may be approached than described above. Fortunately, everything is beautiful everywhere, so there is no shortage of beautiful ports.

Weather:
The temperatures at this time of year are between 20 and 25 degrees

Flight:
Olbia is easy to reach by plane and from Porto Santo Stefano you'll be able to find a good return flight.


Included:
The price includes accommodation in twin cabins with shower and toilet. Towels and bed linen are provided and all additional shipping costs and port fees are paid for. The full board consists of a breakfast buffet, a lunch buffet, an afternoon coffee break and dinner. In addition to the afternoon coffee break, coffee and tea are freely available all day.

Excluded:
Transfer costs and drinks (other than coffee and tea)

Recommendations for your trip:
Sporty casual clothing (suitable for wind, weather and rain), possibly a bathing suit. We recommend using soft travelbags, instead of hard case cases, as they are not suitable for stowing in the cabins. Remember to take your passport/ identity card and cash to settle your onboard account at the end of the trip. Card payment is not provided for.

 

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