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is the main centre of the so-called Costa Smeralda, one of the most prestigious tourist areas in Gallura on Sardinia’s north-western coast.
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Resorts such as Cala di Volpe, Liscia di Vacca and Baja Sardinia are now considered very sought-after tourist destinations.
Porto Cervo is a village of multicoloured buildings, recently built in front of the natural port and the surrounding hills.
The Porto Vecchio (Old Port) dates back to the 60’s and is on the south-eastern side, while the new harbour is equipped with the most modern and complete tourist infrastructures for international marine traffic.
The wharves and quays are Porto Cervo Spa’s private property and therefore fees must be paid for docking and enjoying the use of the facilities.
The Port is visible from the sea and makes reference to Capo Ferro, a 46 m high promontory with a lighthouse indicating north of Porto Cervo. From the sea you can also admire the lights of the numerous tourist resorts present in the area.
Anyone not wanting to use the port might anchor in the bay. The entrance is indicated by the lights.
Obviously, Porto Cervo couldn’t not have a Yacht Club (the Costa Smeralda Yacht Club) and a meeting point for nightlife (La Piazzetta).