Located just off the coast of Italy, Sardinia is renowned for its soft white beaches along miles of coastline. Stunning beauty combined with strong winds and a narrow tidal range make it a favorite sail destination for charter yachts and racers alike; in fact, the island is known for its many regattas and competitions.
Sardinia’s Mediterranean climate provides hot summers and mild winters with a lot of sunshine. The best time to visit Sardinia is from April through October; this area of Italy offers ideal weather with fairly constant winds.
Sardinia is globally renowned for its cuisine, with many prestigious Michelin-starred restaurants to choose from. Make sure to sample all the delectable dishes Sardinia has to offer, which varies greatly based on which part of the island you’re on. Coastal dishes are heavily seafood-based, while inland pasta dishes are served with cheese and rich sauces. Specialties of the island include langoustines, rock lobster, tuna, suckling pig, wild boar, and a unique pasta infused with saffron. With its exquisite food and wine, untouchable resorts and incredible sailing, you’ll want to ensure you don’t miss this destination.