After sipping a bit of the famous long life Elixir in our first pill, find new elements to it, sailing South! Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Sardinian sea and dream of an unforgettable holiday in a true paradise between wellness, relaxation and taste!
Head towards Villasimius to enter a fish lovers paradise, flavoured with inland ingredients, such as lemons, tomatoes, saffron, herbs typical of the Mediterranean brush and endemic fruits, giving each dish a unique, unrepeatable taste.
South Sardinian cuisine is, in fact, rich in Genoese and Catalan influences, based on raw materials made available by nature, mainly from the immense resource of the sea.
Sardinia is known to be one of the five Blue Zones in the world, regions where people, according to National Geographic’s author Dan Buettner, live longer than average with an unusual high number of locals over 100. This peculiar longevity attracted great interest within researchers who specifically focused on lifestyle and diet of our centenarians.
Sardinia has a predominant pastoral tradition, therefore do not be surprised to discover so many maritime specialties along your trip, mainly in all coastal regions, where our Island has been conquered throughout the centuries.
Dabble into a sensorial journey discovering our ancestral food, sailing with us towards an unconventional yacht itinerary, travelling through recipes that might enclose the long life elixir, touched with local folklore, preserved from a generation to the other, exported all over the world, up to your table, anchored just a few hundred meters from the source!
We know Sardinia is not a typical destination during winter months therefore we are proud to share with the yachting world one of the most authentic and mysterious sides of our continent island.
Did you know that most of the time you are opening a good quality bottle of wine the cork has been created in #Sardinia?
Many among you, that have been proud enough to circumnavigate Sardinia and visit the SW coast, have surely seen the majestic rock of Pan di Zucchero and the mysterious Porto Flavia. Not all of you are aware though that Pan di Zucchero is the highest rock of the Mediterranean..
Have you ever seen a little cute white donkey with blue eyes?
There is a magic place in the middle of Sardinia where every 18 years there a unique phenomenon: the moon light reflected through the hole of a holy well.
Many are the names with which the Island of Sardinia has been called in the past and many and fascinating are the theories in regards.
Sardinia is a land of wine-growers, in the midst of the Mediterranean grapes are treasures to be protected. A successful combination of wild and charm, of aromas intensity and gentle sea breezes turn to great emotions.The grapevine is an integral feature of the Sardinian landscape: from the fertile plains near the sea to the hills, as well as in interior zones.