We are located next to the sea, on the north coast of Sardinia, on one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline facing the Maddalena Archipelago and about 600 m or 10 minutes’ walk from the centre of the village of Palau.
The Nautilus Diving Center is located near the port of Palau, about 600 metres from the campsite. It offers PADI courses, from basic to advanced, and excursions to the most beautiful seabeds in the area, with wreck sites and underwater landscapes that are the envy of Caribbean coral reefs. Guests staying at the campsite receive a 10% discount.
The Nautilus Diving Center, a PADI 5-star diving centre, was founded out of a passion for diving. Located in Palau, in the north of Sardinia, this place is a Mediterranean jewel with a wonderful eco-system.”
The campsite partners with a windsurfing and sailing school, Salty Wind a.s.d., which is located about 1,700 m from the campsite on the beautiful Sciumara beach, situated between Palau and Porto Raphael. The school offers windsurfing, sailing and SUP. Guests staying at the campsite receive a 10% discount.
Salty Wind is a company founded from a pure passion for the sea. The idea is to merge Windsurfing, Sailing, Catamaran and Stand-Up Paddle into a single sporting reality. Salty Wind is a VDWS International affiliated centre fully equipped with RRD, Laser and Hobie. The beginner courses include all the necessary equipment according to the chosen discipline, and the groups do not exceed 4 students. This is to make learning as effective as possible. Manuals are provided and it is possible to take the VDWS licence examination recognised by all schools in the circuit.
For visiting the beautiful islands of the Maddalena Archipelago, the campsite partners with Riviera di Gallura, which offers boat trips with swimming stops along one of the most beautiful of Sardinia’s coastlines. You can visit the islands of Spargi, Budelli and Santa Maria which will astound you with their beauty.
The Maddalena Archipelago, located between Sardinia and Corsica at the eastern entrance to the Bocche di Bonifacio, is made up of seven main islands, not counting the numerous reefs and islets. It is divided into two groups: to the northeast, La Maddalena (which gives its name to the archipelago), Caprera and Santo Stefano; to the northwest, Spargi, Budelli, Razzoli and Santa Maria.
The Sardinian riders organise horseback rides with stops at the secluded beaches of the Capo do Orso lighthouse.
Trekking from two to four hours, also for beginners / Swimming with horses / Nature treks / Pony rides for children.
Contact: Cala di Lepre Riding School