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We take care of the shuttle service, trips and excursions to the islands of Tavolara and Molara.
With us you can live an unforgettable day...
These are just some of the things you can admire by taking part in one of our trips:
·Crystalline sea like few in the world
·Breathtaking landscapes
·One-of-a-kind islands
·Extraordinary marine life
·Uncontaminated marine area

Kingdom of Tavolara The history

History tells us that at the beginning of the 19th century Giuseppe Bertoleoni landed on the island. In 1836 Carlo Alberto, who also went to Tavolara, nominated Paolo, the son of Giuseppe, King of Tavolara.


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WENT: 8.45 / 9.45 / 10.45 / 11.45 / 12.45

RETURN: 12.30 / 15.15 / 16.15 / 17.15/ 18.15


TO 10.15


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We are 12 km south of Olbia, going towards San Teodoro.

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The island of Tavolara is a limestone and granite mountain that rises from the sea, 560 meters high, four kilometers long, characterized by impervious rocks, by the imposing and dizzying verticality and by the splendid chromatic tones: the green of juniper, rosemary and mastic, in combination with the azure, blue and emerald green of the waters around. It is known as the smallest kingdom in the world.


It is an island in north-eastern Sardinia which is located, together with the island of Tavolara, that of Molarotto, the peninsula of Punta Coda Cavallo and other smaller rocks, in a protected marine area. Of a granite nature, it has a surface area of ​​3,411 km² and reaches, with Punta la Guardia, 158 m a.s.l. The toponym, of medieval origin, is probably due to the rounded and uniform shape of the island, similar to a millstone.


The Tavolara - Punta Coda Cavallo protected marine natural area is a marine protected area established in 1997 by decree of the Ministry of the Environment. The managing body is based in Olbia, in the province of Sassari.The managing body is the Consortium between the Municipalities of Olbia, San Teodoro and Loiri Porto San Paolo.