Boasting a picture-perfect coastline dotted with countless sandy beaches and charming littoral villages, it is little wonder that the waters of Sardinia prove a big draw for yachting enthusiasts and are relished by visiting superyachts. Isola Tavolara and Isola Molara are lesser-known but stunningly beautiful, set amidst the glistening Tyrrhenian Sea, located just off Olbia on the coast of north-eastern Sardinia. Only accessible by boat, these rocky and mysterious isles are steeped in history.
At 4km long and 1km wide, the second largest rock and the smallest kingdom in the world, craggy and vertiginous Isola Tavolara is a limestone and granite landmass, rising to 564m at the peak of Punta Cannone. This prominent landmark is easily visible from coastal villages
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