Situated in a natural cove within the parkland of the Marine Protected Area of Tavolara, to the south of Olbia, the port is surrounded by some of Sardinia’s most beautiful beaches, including Porto Taverna, Le Piscine di Molara, I Sassi Piatti, Cala Girgolu, Lu Impostu, Cala Brandinchi – known as Tahiti – and Capo Coda Cavallo. The little harbour forms part of the facilities offered by the unique, prestigious, 4-star Hotel Don Diego.
The incomparable beauty of the surroundings and its location directly across from the islands of Molara and Tavolara make the port the perfect base for setting off to discover the delights of Sardinia.
The Marina Don Diego is a small tourist port that features 23 berths measuring between 5 and 13 metres, with a seabed of between 2 and 5 metres deep. The port is equipped with a wealth of facilities.
Before entering the port, it is good practice to request mooring assistance by calling +39 0789 40006.
The assistance service is available on the jetty from 9am to 7pm. Inflatables are available if required. Berthing with relieving rope and chains.
220V - 16 amp. The refuelling stations are equipped with a dedicated circuit breaker that can interrupt the flow of electricity in the event of malfunctions or leakage.
All of the berths have a water supply, included in the mooring charge. To avoid waste, water is dispensed using the connectors available from the office. Boats can only be washed using the dispensing gun.
The jetty is equipped with a Navimeteo device.
The port features an area (within the hotel) offering bathroom services, including hot showers. The facilities are constantly supervised and cleaned by our staff.
The whole port is covered by Wi-Fi. Request the password at the office.
Ordinary waste can be disposed of at the port, on condition that it has been duly sorted.
The night-time security service patrols all areas of the port on an ongoing basis.
A car parking space is included in the rate charged for each berth.
- Hire of inflatables
- Boat cleaning
- Ice for food use
- Kayaks and SUPs