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Welcome To The Go Sea Kayak Blog...
This Blog is A Record Of My Personal Adventures And Wonderful Kayaking Lifestyle. It Is Also A Taster Of What You Can Expect If You're Adventurous Enough To Tag Along. Why Not Get In Touch And Join One Of Go Sea Kayaks Guided Trips On The Beautiful Mediterranean Island Of Sardinia, You Won't Regret it!

Thursday, 6 December 2018

Isola di Molara e Molarotto...

I had an amazing solo paddle yesterday with extraordinarily good weather, paddling around the island of Molara and out to the tiny island of Molarotto. I love Sardinia! :)
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Looking out to Isola di Tavolara from the beach at Porto Taverna.
 My new favourite secret beach! :)
 The Granite rocks here form spectacular natural sculptures! 

 A wonderful rest stop on the Island of Molara.



 Molara has many Goats roaming its hills and shoreline.

Heading out to the little Island of Molarotto.


 The view from Molarotto looking back at the Sardinian mainland, Isola di Molara and Isola di Tavolara.

 A final break in Molara before paddling back to the mainland.


Sardinia is wonderful! So come and join us at www.goseakayak.com

Wednesday, 10 October 2018

Isola di Molara & Molarotto...

A day off for the Go Sea Kayak team and an exciting paddle out to the stunning island of Molara and a further 1.8 miles out to the tiny island of Molorotto. Molara, along with Isola di Tavolara and Molaroto are all part of a protected marine nature reserve. The island itself is granite in nature and has a coastline of what appears to be sculptures, yet created by nature. It's quite a sight to see!
This would make an amazing day excursion for experienced paddlers looking for an adventure! ;) 
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Sunday, 15 July 2018

Isola di Tavolara Kayak Excursion...

The circumnavigation of Isola di Tavolara in Sardinia is an extraordinary sea kayaking excursion but not one for the faint hearted. At 14 miles long and with very few get out's this is definitely one of our hardest excursions, but the staggering landscape of this beautiful island reward you with views that will stay with you forever!

The island has an interesting history too with it having once been one of the smallest kingdoms in the World. You can still visit the cemetery on the island and visit the kings of Tavolara. These days it is mostly a military island and off limits by foot, but it does have a civilian area with beaches and a couple of bars that are very popular.

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