Sailing: a funny way to live the sea.

“…And it is an interesting biological fact that all of us have, in our veins the exact same percentage of salt in our blood that exists in the ocean, and, therefore, we have salt in our blood, in our sweat, in our tears. We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch it we are going back from whence we came” (John Fitrzgerald Kennedy)

Sailing is addictive, gives a sense of freedom, and it links everybody to the forces of nature, primarily the thrust of the wind. This practice is more than a sport: it teaches you to the value of the team, the sharing spirit of spaces and roles, the respect of peers, but more than all, the respect of the sea.  After a full day spending sailing, in the evening a well – deserved rest, in the roadstead, is a must while,  indulging in a cocktail with the crew is a real dream. 

In Sardinia it is a shame to give up this unique view: the coasts are never monotonous, the rocky inlets are alternate with long white sandy beaches and the presence of smaller islands give you a calm and safe place to stop.

 To fully enjoy an experience like this or if you are already experienced sailors we suggest the Circolo Velico di Porto d’Agumu, which is about two kilometers from our hotel. Open year-round, it offers expert crews and different sailing courses (introductory, advanced) for both adults and children, windsurf and catamaran courses also for disabled people. It organizes social, national and local regattas, offshore sailing, and special events to clean beaches and sea beds. Its purpose is the development of sports related to the discipline of sailing, as a mean of physical, psychological and moral training.

This exiting sailing experience will give you the ability to recognize the wind direction and since from the very early morning you’ll plan the next sea voyage because as Giovanni Soldini, a great Italian sailor, says “Sailing is the best adventure of life! “.


Thanks for the photo at @renato.scano


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