You can also set off from nearby marinas like Pozzo, Olbia, Cannigione or Poltu Quatu.
Portrisco - Tavolara (approx.15 NM)
From Portorisco, head south to the island of Tavolara. In the south of the island you will find great restaurants and a bar (Restaurant La Tonina).
Tavolara - Cervo (approx. 18 NM)
After visiting the southern part of Tavolara Island (the largest monolith (rock) in Europe, 6 km long and 640 m high), head north towards Isl, Mortorio and Soffi. You can spend the night in Porto Cervo or on the island of Caprera (Cala Francese, Cala Cotticio or Porto Palma).
Cervo - La Maddalena - Budelli (approx. 20 NM)
A visit to the island of La Maddalena (Cala Gavetta) will not take you much time. In the afternoon, head west towards the island of Spargi, then north to the island of Budella, where you can spend the night at the anchor. (However, if you decide to stay on La Maddalena, be sure to visit the La Scogliera restaurants at Port Massimo or La Grotta in Cala Gavetta).
Budelli - Bonifacio (approx. 14 NM)
Head north to Lavezzi and then to Bonifacio (Corsica). If you decide to spend the night in the marina of Bonifacio, visit the restaurant L'Albatros.
Bonifacio - Vecchio (approx. 27 NM)
Sailing along the southeastern shore of Corsica, go near the island of Piana, the Santa Maza bay, charming beaches and beautiful water You'll remember for a long time. You'll spend the night in the Vecchio marina (we recommend Le Bistrot restaurant).
Vechio - Return to Portisco (approx. 48 NM)
This will be the longest distance of your sailing adventure. To spice up the views, take a swim near the islands of Cavallo, La Maddalena and Caprera on the east side, then Porto Cervo and Cala di Volpe. Don't treat Portisco only as a place where you receive and give a yacht. The charming streets, the friendliness of the inhabitants and the reastaurants make this a perfect place to say goodbye to Sardinia.