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grandi spiagge meravigliosa opportunità di vedere la Sardegna da una barca. porta il pranzo con te ... pasta noiosa.
The area itself is just fantastic, as well as stops areas! But logistics could be way better. The boat is exactly as on photos - comfortably small, cosy and new. However in our case operator merged two boats together after the first stop - it resulted in tons of people on board and absolutely no place to chill comfortably. Also, crew allows to smoke on board - and this is totally weird when enjoying such a wonderful nature. Food is fine, but in order to get a real sea food, you will need to pay extra.
The tour through the the archipelago is wonderful and stops at 2 beaches, the natural pools and the village of La Madallena. The only point that could be better was the lunch. It is a somewhat uninteresting pasta with tomato and shrimp served on plastic dishes and on a crowded table. However, the overall experience is great.
Molto bello, puntuali, gentili, buoni marinai, ottimi cuochi, esaustivi ciceroni e incantatori di pesci.
Great beaches! Crew was very friendly and helpful, boat was a little crowded but overall great value for money. Get to Palau early because it is hard to find a park and there is traffic getting in. The boat is actually a few mins walk from the car park and we had to call the tour guide twice for directions - so it might be helpful if the website could have a little map on when the boat will be in Palau. Also they leave right on time so don't be late hence get to Palau early.
Nice boat, friendly crew. Beautiful islands and beaches. The last stop is not that interesting, unless you like souvenirs :
This trip was much better than we did along the eastern coast - better stops, beaches and not so many people - I would recommend it for the price!
Having participated in dozens of Viator trips over the years we booked this one to the Archipelago in Sardinia with hopeful anticipation. The trip was quite good but there were some and we left uninspired. The boat left on time, the commentary - which is usually rich and interesting was minimal and I knew more about the islands before I left than I was told during the day out. The first stop was to a sandy beach cove for one hour where we could sunbathe and swim. Problem - the sea was full of jelly fish and unless you were prepared to hike round to another beach, which we did, you couldn't go in the water and a lot of people were too impatient and got stung very unpleasant. The lunch was passable, we expected a rich shrimp pasta but there were very few shrimps in it, only a few heads. The pass by the pink beach revealed that it isn't pink at all, perhaps unless you get up close, which we weren't allowed to do. You only get to view it from a distance from the boat. The next swim stop didn't happen because there were 100s of jelly fish in the water and I mean 100s. The next beach stop with a chance to walk to the lighthouse was disappointing. We walked to the lighthouse, which took about 25 minutes and there's nothing there except an old disused building with a lot of scaffold round it. This stop is an hour too and it was really hot, up in the high 30s, you need to take a LOT of water. The next stop was quite nice to the main island of Maddalena, a pretty little town, very tourist-orientated with lots of locally made souvenirs. Reasonably priced too, lovely Italian Ice-cream shops. Then a short motor back to the to main island and port of Palau, which is also quite nice. Advice: get there very early if you want to park and not miss the trip, take gallons of water and your own snacks and food to keep you going during the day. The scenery is quite lovely and the Sardinia emerald waters were gorgeous.
Personnel très gentil, bonnes pâtes, bien organsié
Great tour - beautiful! The boat was a little too crowded though.