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Marina di Portisco is an enchanting but modern tourist port in the Gulf of Cugnana, in the middle of the Costa Smeralda, one of the most beautiful locations between Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo on the north-eastern coast of Sardinia. Perfectly situated within the natural environment, the marina is well protected by a long outer breakwater jetty consisting of three sections and an inner jetty with a right-angled turn, and it has been awarded the European “Blue Flag” environmental certification every year since 1996 for the purity of its transparent waters and the pristine condition of the seabed. This is the ideal starting point for exploring the most evocative places on the island, either underwater or on the land. Thanks to the wide variety of facilities and comforts available at Marina di Portisco you can enjoy an extraordinary holiday based here, in harmony with the rhythms of the sea and satisfying your every desire. Entirely built of Sardinian granite, with 589 berths of up to 90 meters in length and with water up to 10 meters deep by the quayside, Marina di Portisco is one of the few Italian ports that can accommodate superyachts with exceptionally deep draughts. Thanks to the efficient organization of the port, the high level of services, facilities and assistance on land, together with its very clean waters, which drastically reduce the costs of periodic careening, Marina di Portisco is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Mediterranean.
The proximity of the marina to Olbia airport (20 minutes) and to a private heliport make it easily accessible at any time of the year.