Stintino is a cruise port and a small resort town on Sardinia Island's northwestern coast (Stintino Peninsula's northernmost point) and part of Italy's Sassari Province, with permanent population around 2,000. Stintino is approx 200 km (120 mi) north of Cagliari (Sardinia's capital city) and approx 35 km (22 mi) northwest of Sassari (the island's 2nd-largest city).
Stintino is the nearest port to Asinara Island. Until 1988, Stintino was part of Sassari. The town's current day economy is largely based on seaside resort tourism. The most popular beaches are named "Spiaggia della Pelosa" and "Spiaggia delle Saline". The boat access to Stintino is via three marina ports (boat docks/moorings) - Porto Mannu (305 slots), Marina di Stintino (160 slots) and Porto Minore (110 slots).
As cruise port, Stintino is visited by smaller-sized luxury ships and superyachts. The vessels anchor off the coast and transport their passengers to the Marina via the ship's tender boats. Next table shows the 7-day itinerary "Corsica and the French Riviera" of the tall-sailing ship Royal Clipper.
|Date / Time||Port|
|02 Oct||Departing from Cannes, France|
|03 Oct||Portofino, Italy|
|04 Oct||Propriano, Corsica Island France|
|05 Oct||Stintino, Sardinia Island Italy|
|06 Oct||Calvi, Corsica Island France|
|07 Oct||Bandol, France|
|08 Oct||Saint-Tropez, France|
|09 Oct||Cannes, France|
Star Clippers cruise prices started from USD 1960 / EUR 1610 per person with double occupancy.
Port Stintino cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Stintino, Sardinia Italy. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.
|21 September, 2021|