Porto Cervo Marina

Porto Cervo Marina is on the other side of the bay from the old Village of Porto Cervo; in fact it is often referred to as “Porto Nuovo”, the New Port, being of relatively recent construction. The heart of this area is the Village, designed by the Sardinian Architect Figus, with its piazzas, shops, newsagent, English style pub, the Lord Nelson, supermarket etc. Close by, there is the exclusive Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, which organises all the regattas and the prize presentations on the main village square and then the main pier, where the larger luxury yachts are berthed.

At the end of the Marina is the Costa Smeralda Ship-yard, where boat repairs are made. Across the water are other beautiful condominiums, the Sestante, with boat moorings right in front of the apartments, S’Abba Ilde and Sas Pedras, overlooking the Marina and all the boat activity. The very pretty church of Porto Cervo, Stella Maris, is on the hill overlooking the Marina.

Porto Cervo Marina is a fascinating place, very lively and ideal for those who love boating and a marine atmosphere. In summer there is a little ferry which takes passengers, free of charge, to and from the Old Port. You can also stroll over, if you prefer, on the pretty pathway around the edge of the bay.