The Emerald Coast
The Emerald Coast is the most important and prestigious tourist area in Sardinia. In the Sixties, a little group of tour operators decided to create, in an absolutely untouched and uninhabited area, under the supervision of Aga Khan Karim, a project that intended to respect as much as it could the nature of the place and its extraordinary landscape.
This is why they built exclusively rigorous architectures in perfect harmony with the surrounding territory.
Porto Cervo is the most famous and important town in the Emerald Coast, laying around a inlet whose shape reminds the horns of a deer.
Adorned by villas and houses surrounded by gardens and the typical Mediterranean vegetation, Porto Cervo is a renowned tourist port, among the most furnished and comfortable in the Mediterranean.
The Marina of Porto Cervo contains circa 700 boats and every year the most exclusive and luxurious yachts are admired in its waters.
Many companies of nautical charter have elected Porto Cervo as a starting point for their rental activities, so that they can easily reach the marvellous beaches and gulfs of the Emerald Coast, of the Maddalena archipelago and the nearby Corsica island.
The Maddalena archipelago
The Maddalena archipelago holds together a group of islands such as the enchanting Caprera, Spargi, Budelli, Razzoni, Santa Maria and La Maddalena which gives it its name.
In these islands you can find little beaches and gulfs of rare beauty such as Cala Coticchio, Cala Corsara and the Rose Beach.
Porto Rotondo is a little village built around a small round square in the middle of a secular pine-forest, framed by granite rocks and Mediterranean vegetation.
Enjoyable in every aspect Porto Rotondo has been created to give hospitality to elite tourists and to international jet-set members, who has found here the ideal place to moor every kind of yachts.
Just few miles away you can see the marvellous islands of Mortorio, Soffi and Le Camere, reachable only by sea with private or rented boats.