Spend a week sailing the crystalline waters of Sardinia, an island and Italian autonomous region with a history, culture, cuisine, and language all its own. From our home on a modern 46-foot catamaran, we’ll trace the story of these coastlines through abandoned lighthouses, Roman ruins, bunkers built during Napoleon’s invasion of the region, World War II naval bases, sunken ships, and ancient cairns used by seamen in search of nearby civilizations, still peaking above the waterline. Along the way, we’ll take daily opportunities to swim from remote beaches, or directly from the catamaran at anchor in a secluded cove. Throughout this voyage, your captain will be on the lookout for hidden wonders to visit, and your onboard chef will be curating a special menu from local ingredients and regional culinary techniques.
Our group will be staying aboard a 46-foot modern catamaran with four private cabins, plus additional space for crew members. Each cabin is designed to efficiently accommodate up to two people with a double bed, private bathrooms, and shelves for storing belongings.
This trip is offered by Atlas Obscura. Once you've reserved your spot, our team will be in touch to help you prepare for the trip. Please note that flights to and from Olbia are not included in the trip cost.
This trip is limited to 8 travelers.