Laltroturismo- Sailing excursion - Bosa, Sardinia, Italy
Laltroturismo- Sailing excursion - Bosa, Sardinia, Italy
Laltroturismo... a blessing for body and soul.
    Laltroturismo... a blessing for body and soul. 

Sailing trips,tours, excursions. Italy, Sardinia, Bosa. 

Laltroturismo’ owner and his wife The crew, Adriano & Nuccia… some years ago!!!



•    Sardinia is an island - park: five marine areas over nearly 80,000 hectares of unspoilt and protected habitat and territory
•    We invite you to sail the pristine sea and wild environment of the Bosa bay 
between Alghero and Oristano, on the western coast of Sardinia. 
•    A novel and exhilarating approach to Sardinia, it may involve several journeys through parks and protected areas within which you can sail across emerald green waters and dive down to see the breath-taking sea beds.

The best sailing excursions to do in Sardinia, Italy

Sailing and... Vermentino wine, our Ichnusa, a chilled drink...

... a different way to admire Griffins' flight or a glimpse of Dolphins...

... an amazing journey to discover isolated and wild places...

Night hiking... the adult version of sneaking out of the house...

A private sunset sail is a fun end-of-day treat for the family or a memorable, romantic trip to share with your sweetheart.



Cliffs shaped by time, plunging into the sea; caves and underwater grottoes

The name hints at its often choppy seas, but its nature is an enchanting oasis

The best of Sardinian hospitality, culture, food & wine, seafaring life

The Sail Boat! You will be cruising on a 44.5 foot Hanse yacht

Coves and beaches: sailing tours around Bosa.


... sailing trips Bosa south.


BOSA MARINA - is the sandy beach for families with children. PORTO ALABE - Starting at Noesala, the beach is a total of 2km long! TORRE COLUMBARGIA - To reach on foot from Porto Alabe by walking. On the way you can rest at the SPIAGGIA S'UMBRA - which is well attended in high season. CORONA NIEDDA - It is the "Corona Niedda" an archipelago of volcanic origin. Diving spot. FOGHE - This cliff is surmounted by a perched tower at 70 m above sea level.


Bosa marina beach Bosa marina beach
Columbargia-Corona Niedda beach Columbargia-Corona Niedda

... sailing trips Bosa north.


CANE MALU -  is not properly a beach, it’s a natural pool carved by nature in the white trachyte. CALA E MORO - Enchanting the work that the erosive action of the sea has done on the promontory. CALA RAPINA - The name of the cove seems to derive from the incursions of the Saracen pirates. CUMPOLTITU - Small bay with beautiful fine sand located between the tufa rocks. TORRE ARGENTINA - his beach consists of a series of bays of a few hundred meters each. PORTO MANAGU - is a beautiful cove with a large rock that dominates it. CAPO MARRARGIU - Great little pebble and stone bays where the vulture “Grifone”, which is unique to Sardinia, lives on the cliffs above.


Managu bay Managu bay
Cumpoltitu beach Cumpoltitu beach

Italy, Sardinia, Bosa Marina.
GPS 40°17'574"N  08°28'729"E.

Where we are

Our clients say...


-We had very high expectations for the day... our expectations were exceeded.

-They serve a delicious lunch prepared with fresh typical Sardinian products.

-Nuccia and Adriano honoured our wedding anniversary by preparing great food.

-We were treated to a feast of local food and wine for lunch on board.

-Very friendly and knowledgeable of the local area and also of course sailing itself.

-Adriano offering my 18j son to take the rudder. A unique experience he will not forget. My wife and I both had a chance to sail the boat too.

-The boat is beautiful, clean and tidy. It was like a small luxurious 5-Star All-incl. on the water.

-Their boat is immaculate and they ask you to help keep it that way, which is absolutely fair.

-What followed was an amazing 8 hours of beautiful...

-After the first sailing trips we were so happy that we (and others) booked the second sail excursion straight away.

-As a guest, you can see, feel, smell and taste, that they love what they do.


-This was our second time and again we had a wonderful time. Clear blue skies and seas, views of fish, amazing food, excellent European company - also great views of Griffin vultures.


-This has been the best Sailing tours we have ever done- we do one every year on holiday. The weather was wonderful, the hosts welcoming, the sailing boat beautiful, swimming in the sea was wonderful and the food provided was so delicious.


-While most day sailing trips tend to be intense given the many things you try to cover in the day, this trip was a lot more relaxing especially when we were running on the sail only and it was pleasantly quiet out in the sea.


Frequent asked questions

& Policy


  • We will meet you in Bosa Marina, 15 minutes before the start time at the kiosk bar of the Nautica Pinna river harbour.
  • Our yacht has a lot of facilities of a home but is not a home.
  • On it there are simply rules to follow to enjoy all that it offers.
  • We supply all drinks (alcohol at lunch only) and food though you can bring yours (not allowed boarding alcoholic drinks).
  • Please let us know when you make your booking if you have some food intolerance or allergy.
  • You can actually help the sails up when we go out on the water. We couldn't call ourselves sailors if we didn't!
  • If the wind is light, we turn on the engine to navigate stages of the trip.
  • It is customary to tip the crew if you enjoyed your experience.
  • ...

37th America's Cup

Emirates Team New Zealand and the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron are pleased to announce Barcelona, in the region of Catalonia as the Host Venue for the 37th America’s Cup to be held in September and October of 2024.

A mixture of history and modernity, Barcelona is one of the most iconic and attractive cities in the world and will become the first venue in the world to host both an Olympic Games and an America’s Cup event. 

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