• Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport 18 km
• Fertilia Alghero Airport 160 km
• Olbia Ferry Port 12 km
• City 'and Neighbouring villages
• Olbia 12 km Town Center
• Porto Cervo 12 km
• Cala di Volpe 10 km
• Porto Rotondo 16 km
• Pevero 12 Km
• Rena Maiore 2 km
The nearby emerald beaches
From Olbia take the SS 125 and after 7 km. turn right and follow the signs to Porto Cervo - BAJA SARDINIA - SAN PANTALEO.
The panoramic route follows the coast for 10 km until the sign on the right for PORTISCO. Continue straight on to San Pantaleo.
Shifting your gaze to the east, you can view the sea of emerald and cobalt known all over the world. Just a few miles down the road, to reach the beaches of the Costa Smeralda where fine sand caresses the pink granite coastline dotted with headlands, bays, islands and fjords.
The nearest beaches are those of Portisco (Traditional natural harbor in the village) and Rena Bianca. Then Razza di Junco, Capriccioli, Romazzino, Liscia Ruia, Petra Ruia, Celvia, Spiaggia del Principe in a succession of bays and coves lapped by the crystal clear sea so loved by the international jet-set.
For ancient mariners, the inlets of the coast were a blessing from god when the mistral wind blew. For today’s sailors too. Those natural harbors are now equipped and frequented by best sailors and yachtsmen.
The Portisco Marina, in the Gulf of Cugnana, has 600 berths at the port with water depths of up to 10 meters.
The marina of Porto Rotondo is extremely well equipped, while at the gulf of Arzachena, opposite the island of Caprera, the Cannigione marina has 400 moorings . Sheltered from all winds is the spectacular Porto Cervo ,between the Old Port and the New has 700 berths.
This highly regarded port is home to particularly important regattas such as the Rolex Cup, Vitton Cup, Italian and World Yacht Championships.