South-West Sardinia: the ideal coast for kayaking and canoeing!
Being based in Pula Chia, you can join daily excursions, paddling on our multicolored sea.
Our coast is the ideal place to enjoy some summer wilderness adventure paddling on the surface of clear blue or emerald waters, through a varied coastline of sandy beaches and sculptured cliffs and coves. Try a canoe or kayak experience and explore the coast from a new perspective. Amongst the kayaking highlights, are the cove of Tuerredda, the wild cape of Malfatano, the long sandy beach of Chia’ and the remote coast of Capo Teulada.
Skedaddle Kayaking Holidays offers daily trips through our magical coastal wilderness, paddling along granite cliffs, sandy bays on blue and green limpid water. Skedaddle can reach you wherever you are, choosing the starting beach of the tour depending on your needs and sea conditions.
In Porto d’Agumu, located in the back of the Nora lagoon and offering a calm bay especially in the morning, you can find canoe/kayak rental for all levels. From there, having a little of paddling capabilities, you can easily reach the cape of Nora, admiring from the sea the Roman town and the Spanish tower.
In Chia-Su Giudeu beach (Stella Marina) and in Baia Chia beach (Sa Colonia) you find the well equipped beach establishments of Chia Wind Club, offering rental and courses of several sea gears including canoe and kayak. You can easily paddle along the Chia coast, from Torre Chia to Cala Cipolla.
Again in Chia-Su Giudeu beach, canoe rental and courses are available at Wind Wave Club, the perfect starting point for paddling to Cala Cipolla and Capo Spartivento.
Going down the coast, canoe are available also in Malfatano beach, from where you can paddle through Tuerredda and Malfatano bay, down to Faraglioni. In Malfatano don’t miss the beach restaurant, open for lunch and dinner in the Summer season.
If you prefer the calm bay of a lagoon to discover mediterranean plants and wildlife birds in their natural habitat, try a canoe excursion in the Nora Lagoon. The lagoon is perfect for families, because of the safe and shallow water. Guided by a biologist, you will be taken among the lagoon inlets, small islands and river mouth, closely observing the herons, egrets and gulls and learning to recognize the lagoon vegetation. In the same place, don’t miss the Fradis Minoris restaurant offering only local catches in respect of the marine biodiversity.