The Costa Smeralda is a yachting hub well-known for its beauty and glamour, but Sardinia also features nearly deserted beaches, secluded inlets and tiny villages that see little traffic.

This Italian island is an optimal sailing destination thanks to its hundreds of isolated coves, picturesque shorelines and dramatic rock formations. Sailors of all kinds are attracted to the relatively constant winds and diverse coast - from the dunes of Costa Verde, to the sculpted cliffs along Cala Gonone to the beautiful bays and white-sand beaches. Plus, nobody who experiences the “Spirit of Swan” can resist the adventure of finding hidden coves and shores that are only accessible by boat.

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