We are one of the very few activities in the boat excursions sector in the province of Oristano. Ours is a small company that mainly carries out daily excursions on a sailing and motor boat between the protected Marine Area of the Sinis Peninsula - Mal di Ventre Island and the Costa Verde, during which it is possible to stop in beautiful bays uncrowded with boats and swimmers, dive with mask and snorkel, take an aperitif on board lulled by the waves and have lunch in an extraordinary natural setting.
With the sailing boat you can also make overnight stays in the 3 small cabins on board, in one of the many bays sheltered from the wind or in the picturesque harbors along the coast. Even with the motor boat, an 8-meter dinghy, it is possible to have a traveling experience of several days which, however, provides for a nautical camping or overnight stay at the accommodation facilities of the villages along the coast. Both are very beautiful experiences that allow you to live and fully know the sea.
With a rental of one half day enjoy a drink on the boat with local products, in front of the historic ruins of Tharros and continue navigation along Cape San Marco, up to facing the open sea of San Giovanni di Sinis, across the Gulf of Oristano.
With a rental for the entire day, you can continue browsing, having lunch on the boat or in typical restaurants on the beach and visiting the cliffs of the tower of Seu and the beaches of quartz Maimoni and Is Arutas until you reach the Island Maldiventre. Sailing southwards, you reach the majestic dunes of golden sand and the emerald sea of Torre dei Corsari and wild Costa Verde.
For those wishing to rent a boat sailing from the afternoon to the next morning or for two days, can have a dinner by candlelight on the boat and take a starry night in the picturesque bay of Tharros or in Maldiventre island, in Bosa or Buggerru harbor or in the same starting site in Marina Torregrande harbor.
Coronavirus in Sardinia had little diffusion and, in particular, the province of Oristano was the one that found the least number of cases in relation to the number of inhabitants of all Italy.
Furthermore, the Province of Oristano is protected from mass tourism which could cause new outbreaks and a boat holiday guarantees total social distancing, surrounded only by nature. The Oristano region, having never focused too much on tourism unlike the north of the island, has remained like Sardinia 50 years ago, still authentic and full of environmental and cultural attractions not "contaminated" by mass tourism and reserved for few lucky ones who decide to discover it by deviating from the more classic itineraries. Paradoxically, in its simplicity and confidentiality, the Province of Oristano is more exclusive than the Costa Smeralda, where the number of tourists has now exceeded that of the residents themselves.
Furthermore, the Province of Oristano is the one that enjoys the greatest number of sites of historical interest, many of which are also visible from the sea, starting with the ancient port city of Tharros, abandoned about 1000 years ago, to continue with the coastal towers Spanish to defend the territory against the landings of Arab pirates and finally with the military forts of the Second World War, the so-called "Bunkers", built almost eighty years ago to counter the Anglo-American landing before it was successfully completed in Sicily .
All experiences are a happy combination of comfort and adventure, an alternate way to exercise or just for relaxing, sunbathing cradled by the waves and in an unusual way to discover the beautiful coastline of the Peninsula of Sinis and the Costa Verde.