The paradise in the center of the Mediterranean, full of history and charm


The paradise in the center of the Mediterranean, full of history and charm

Italy is one of the destinations most dreamed of by any tourist. In addition to being a country packed with history, tradition and incredible cuisine, it is worldly renowned for its style. Also known as the Italian peninsula, it has a wonderful coastline of approximately 2,200 miles; ,and this taking into consideration the famous island of Sardinia.

Yacht Season in Italy

Italy is in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, so one of the best times to visit yachts is from spring to fall. From April until the end of October, summer being the hottest season with July and August. These months are also usually high tourist seasons in Italy.

During these periods the temperatures are usually hot and the days are open, perfect for enjoying a day in the sun with paradise views of the Italian coast. Cruising on the yacht is a good option during these periods because, although the days are hot during the summer, the contact with the water is refreshing and comfortable.

Italian Riviera

It offers a relaxing and enchanting experience, perhaps because of its history that inspires some of Italy's most famous artists. The rugged coastline decorated with villages, cliffs and multi-colored architecture is a sight to behold from a yacht. The village of Portofino offers a mix of designer boutiques and excellent restaurants, and the five preserved villages of Cinque Terre form a UNESCO protected national park. From Genoa, down the Riviera di Ponente, San Remo to Alassio, this beautiful region is not to be missed.


The island of Sardinia offers an exciting mix of cosmopolitan lifestyle, prehistoric culture and stunning natural beauty. Explore rugged coastal trails, kayak in secret bays and meet locals and extraordinary local wildlife in a country seemingly bigger than its size. The island is also famous for boasting some of the best beaches on the European coast, with the jagged bays of the Costa Smeralda and the inlets of Golfo di Orosei, all true attractions.

Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is made up of the iconic cities of Sorrento, Castellmare, Positano, Salerno and the island of Capri. This set of locations provide a beauty worthy of postcards. The 50 km of this coastline features views of mountain towns that show the architectural beauty of the Mediterranean coast, all surrounded by a sea of striking colors.

Aeolian Islands

The Aeolian Islands are a volcanic archipelago in the Tyrrhenian Sea north of Sicily, named after the demigod of Aeolian winds. On two of the islands are active volcanoes. Stromboli, a 1000 meter high cone with lava eruption that reaches the sea. And island of Vulcano, with warm waters, where you can dive. The other islands, Lipari, Salina, Panarea, Filicudi and Alicudi, are a concentrate of charm, natural beauty, sea of unique beauty.  With each island different from the others, the Aeolians offer beauty, fun, cooking and adventure.


The island of Sicily brings history in the form of impressive ancient ruins and baroque churches, boutique shopping experiences in the capital Palermo and not to mention Mount Etna, the famous volcanic mountain that dominates the horizon. An absolute must visit is San Vito Lo Capo, a beautiful curved bay with golden sands, the perfect ending to an Italian letter.

East Coast

East Coast of Italy The east coast of Italy will offer the delights of Venice, a city perfectly created for those who love boats and water, Trieste, the glamorous city of Ravenna and the coast of Rimini. Beautiful beaches and an area rich in history surround the port city of Ancona and just beyond, Puglia with its rustic charm, baroque churches and relative seclusion.

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