Loc. Cala di Volpe - 07020 Porto Cervo
The holes of the Pevero are designed over a spectacularly beautiful routing, where the Mistral – the northern wind which shaped the rocks in this area – often adds to the difficulty of the shots. The 18th-hole, Par 72 course, 6,751 yards, stretches over a surface of 3.8 miles and its many obstacles includes 70 bunkers and several lakes with rocks and vegetation. Its course and greens are considered amongst the best maintained in Europe.
Tel: + (39) 0789 958000
On the road from Rhodes-Faliraki is the only waterpark on the island. Everything you would expect from an outdoor water center-lots of waterslides, pools, fun for all ages. It is set on the hillside and is spread over a large area-nicely landscaped but do not expect much shade!
There are regualar free buses which run from the main bus stands behind the Mandraki Market.
Sailing Foundation with one of the most active sailing schools in the USA. Classes of 1 to 8 weeks available to kids and adults. Fleet includes Optis, Ideal 18, O’pen bic, 420 or Lasers. Also offer a wide range of courses in marine sciences, sailing, windsurfing, and adventure sports like kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, fishing, and surfing to children and adults. Open daily.
Tel: (860)535 9362
Offering a unique perspective of Block Island, from the air.
Tel: (401) 864 2474
Offers kayak rentals and mopeds. Open daily.
Tel: (401) 466 2700
There are several surfing and kite surfing spots on Block Island, check out Diamondblue Surf Shop, 442 Dodge St, for more info. They rent and sell surfboards and paddle boards, plus great line of surfwear. Lessons available.
Tel: (401) 466 3145
Ocean Adventures Surfing & SUP School
Paddle board tours, surfing lessons. Rental and sale of equipment. Run by Jeffrey Smith, an experienced surfer and certified instructor.
Tel: (401) 575 2741
Block Island is a destination with beaches in mind: there are a variety of public and private beaches located around the island. Favorite include Crescent Beach, stretching several miles from the Old Harbor, or Dory’s Cove Beach, off of West Side Road.