Discovering the Beauty of Sardinia on your Luxury Yacht Charter! – Part 3 – The Port of Alghero and the Neptune Caves.

If you are chartering along the west coast of Sardinia, the Port town of Alghero and the Neptune caves are a must see. Alghero contains a myriad of different attractions from the cluster of spectacular historical buildings such as the Church of St. Francis (1360), the Torre del Portal and the Alghero Cathedral to the fantastic variety of
Mediterranean cuisine you will find in the old quarter. Why not stop here for lunch and stroll along the town walls that provide some wonderful views towards the cliffs of Capo Caccia before boarding your yacht and heading to the Neptune caves?

ICARUS – a Jongert 27m would be fantastic for this charter. Accommodating up to 6 guests, her sleek design  and luxurious interior will make your charter a real treat.  ICARUS also has a wide variety of water toys and extra features to make your charter even more fun such as a low swimming platform, snorkeling equipment, water skis, a wake board and even fishing equipment.

On your way to the Neptune caves guests can admire the beautiful Coral Riviera passing close to Cape Galera and the Punta Giglio cliffs Screen-Shot-2012-12-03-at-14.15.31before arriving right at the entrance of these spectacular caves. With its complex array of lakes, caverns, wells and passages extending 2,500 meters into the cliff it truly is one of the most unforgettable geological sights you will see.

Interested in chartering in Sardinia? Why not check out this Yacht Charter Guide to Sardinia? At, we welcome everyone from sailing professionals to complete novices and will help you at every step of the way to make your dreams a reality. We have a team of highly skilled professionals who are extremely knowledgeable in their destinations and will be able to help you with any questions you may have.

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