La Maddalena Archipelago: Full-day Boat Tour
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- Duration: 9 hours
After pick-up from the meeting point in Olbia, you'll head for Cannigione where you'll board your boat to explore the La Maddalena Archipelago. You'll travel by the picturesque islands of Caprera and Santo Stefano on your way to the island of Maddalena. You can use your hour of free time in La Maddalena to visit the historic centre, the Palazzo Comunale, the Naval Museum, or the Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art. Back on the boat, you will continue on to the islands of Spargi and Santa Maria, where you'll also have an hour to enjoy some swimming in the magnificent crystal clear waters, snorkelling, or relaxing and sunbathing on the beach. At lunchtime, the crew will serve tomato pasta on board the boat. Then, you'll continue along a scenic route past the Manto della Madonna, a stretch of sea with shallow waters. Finally travel back along the coast of Sardegna past the villages of Punta S...
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Dear, Today is our last holiday day in beautiful Olbia and tomorrow we leave for Rome. Yesterday, Wednesday, September 8, is a day that I will remember for a long time. We were blessed with La Maddalena archipelago: a boat trip! Before booking, I had read the reviews here that were not positive. But, because we wanted to experience it in our own way, we booked it anyway, looking at the weather conditions, it was 27 degrees and no rain was expected. And, I'll tell you! It's unbelievably beautiful! Charge your phone battery well and bring an extra charging bank if you can because you won't stop filming and photographing. With such weather, it is better to put on your swimming trunks before you get on the bus. Enjoy the trip!
Antonio arranged for us to go on his speedboat, to some amazing spots around Tavolara which are great for snorkelling. In our 4 hour ride we stopped at roughly 3-4 spots which had some great waters and views. The boat is comfortable and Antonio our guide is great at handling it. We were offered some refreshments on the boat as well. Snorkelling equipment is provided, but you could also use your own. We usually stopped at a depth between 3-6 metres, so be sure to be comfortable with that before signing up. Also, it can get hot for some, since it is an open boat out on the sea.
Myself and my partner really enjoyed this experience. We were brought to some beautiful swimming spots and took some amazing views in along the way. The host Antonio was also very welcoming and friendly. Would definitely recommend
Manuela is a very smiling guide! Passionate about archeology, our excursion was really superb!
Fantastic time, the boat feels safe with an experienced guide