Departing from Porto Cervo or Poltu Quatu, we head south where Tavolara Island stands majestically, a marine protected area since 1997. This island has a unique shape, being more than 500 meters high, characterised by winding paths, splendid panoramas.
Smaller, but equally suggestive, is the island of Molara, a place that recalls the rounded shape of a millstone. Capo Coda Cavallo, a coastal granite promontory with a breathtaking view of the sea.
This concludes our itinerary.