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Cyclades Islands
Tuscan Archipelago
Aeolian Islands
Pontine Islands
Egadi Archipelago
Corsica Tour
Amalfi Coast
Costa Smeralda
Maddalena Archipelago
Sardinia
French Riviera
Five Lands
Italian Riviera
Pelagie Islands
Croatia
Dubrovnik Riviera
Partenopean Islands
Split Riviera
Ionian Islands
Blue Cruise
Gulf of Poets
Cape Verde
Cilento
Caribbean
British Virgin Islands
Dodecanese
Grenadines Islands
On the routes of the Ancient Sea People
Versilia
Montenegro
Cruise of the Three Parks
Saronic Gulf
Sibenik Riviera
 
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Acciaroli

The Blue Flag and Five Sails status guarantee the quality of the sea which laps the shores of Acciaroli. This peaceful fishing village on the coast of Cilento, overlooking the Tyrrhenian sea, transforms each summer in exceptional tourist destination. A well established favourite for those travelling by boat, the port of Acciaroli has a capacity for dozens of boats and luxury yachts ... [ further info ]

Acciaroli
Aegina

Aegina is an island very close to Athens and is the first stop of our luxury sailing yacht cruise of the Saronic Gulf. It's built amphitheatrically towards the sea. When you enter the harbour, the small, white church of Saint Nikolas welcomes you. ... [ further info ]

Aegina
Agropoli

Agropoli is due to a visit during your south Italy sailing cruise. Cilento region is an amazing destination, rich of history and nature the perfect mix for a perfect Italy sailing holiday. Agropoli is one of the anciente towns of all the Cilento region. With terraces gazing out across the dazzling waters of the Tyrrhenian sea, the town enjoys a splendid position on the coast of Cilento, bordering the National Park of the Cilento and the Vallo di Diano... ... [ further info ]

Agropoli
Ajaccio

Leaning at the side of the most beautiful gulf of the world, under the look of the touching Iles Sanguinaires, the elegant Ajaccio, strong by the beauty and the fame that gods and some of its sons, knows with a nonchalance full of humour and of sensitivity how to charm its visitors. ... [ further info ]

Ajaccio
Alghero

Alghero is situated on the shores of a beautiful bay on the north-west coast of Sardinia. Land and sea offer magnificent views along the 75 kilometres of coastline which stretches from the limestone promontory of Capo Caccia to the north, to the beach of La Speranza to the south. ... [ further info ]

Alghero
Alicudi

The most isolated of the Aeolian Islands , inhabited by some 140 people, Alicudi has remained unchanged since the dawn of time. Sailing round the island one proceeds in a continuous variation of beautiful panorama and a succession of high sombre precipices which confer on the countryside an imprint of unforgettable majesty ... [ further info ]

Alicudi
Amalfi

Amalfi is a very picturesque town, characterized by enchanting panoramic views and cliffs rising sheer from the sea: a real Eden with a gentle climate, delightful beaches, buildings clinging to the rocky slope. ... [ further info ]

Amalfi
Amorgos

Amorgos is an Island of the Cyclades Archipelago, a little bit far from the traditional routes of the great tourism, where traditional customs are still inextricably interwoven into a landscape as rich in beauty as in its history. This islands offers untouched nature and crystal sea for a dreamlike sailing vacation in the Cyclades Archipelago. ... [ further info ]

Amorgos
Andros

Andros is one of the larger islands of the Cyclades Archipelago. Because of its proximity to the second most important harbour of Athens, Rafina, the island of Andros has become the favourite week-end sailing destination in Greece of the majority of the Athenians. ... [ further info ]

Andros
Anegada

Anegada is a not to be missed destination during the sailing yacht charters in the Caribbean islands. You can watch the sun disappear into the surf that breaks on the reef surrounding Anegada. For centuries ships have been lost on this treacherous reef, but these wrecks provide a boon for today's visitors. They are home to countless exotic fish and marine life, making Anegada a paradise for scuba divers and snorkellers. ... [ further info ]

Anegada
Angistri

ANGISTRI, also called AGISTRI, is a small, pine covered island close to Aegina in the Argo Saronic Gulf that lies south from the Greek capital city of Athens. Angistri is easily reached from the Athens port of Piraeus, lying just 22 nautical miles offshore and about four nautical miles to the south west of the island of Aegina. ... [ further info ]

Angistri
Antalya

Antalya, Turkey's principal holiday resort in the Mediterranean region, is an attractive city with shady palm-lined boulevards, a prize-winning marina on the Mediterranean, one of the favourite destination during the so called Blue Voyage along the Turquoise coast. ... [ further info ]

Antalya
Antibes

Nicknamed "the millionaires’ port" Port Vauban in Antibes has significant importance to the town thanks to the superyachts, mega yachts and sailing ships flocking here to enjoy the extravagant pleasures and escapades at this French Riviera paradise with its translucent, azure blue waters. ... [ further info ]

Antibes
Arbatax

In Arbatax, Sardinia, a true explosion of colours takes place in the spring with the contrast of the rocks of the headland and reef, the beach's white sand and the limpid waters. Here the colors of the rocks of the promontory and of the cliffs (red porphyry with blackish diorite and granite veins) contrast with those of the vegetation (new coastal pine-forest), the dazzling white of the sandy beaches and the transparency of the water. ... [ further info ]

Arbatax
Arzaghena

Arzachena is a corner of paradise in Sardinia. The sea's water is astonishingly transparent and clean with an array of astounding colours. You'll find both white, fine sand beaches and small bays accessible only from the sea. ... [ further info ]

Arzaghena
Asinara Island

Asinara is the second largest island of Sardinia after Sant'Antioco. It is a narrow territory stretching from North to South, with a very indented coastline, which highlights the great variety of habitats. The island has an extremely peculiar historical, environmental, and juridical situation. ... [ further info ]

Asinara Island
Baja Sardinia

Baja Sardinia is laid out in fan formation in a wide bay, along a beach with the finest sand and crystal clear waters, facing the archipelago of la Maddalena, about 4 kilometres to the west of Porto Cervo. ... [ further info ]

Baja Sardinia
Bastia

Bastia, beautiful and grave, ancient guardian of the Tuscan strait, protects with a just pride the richness of its past. Its old Harbour, its numerous religious sights, its gentle alleys which were formerly cradled by the operatic arias whose some of its talented children have made the renown, are the picturesque witnesses of all this. ... [ further info ]

Bastia
Bequia

Largest and first of the chain of Grenadines Islands, the name Bequia comes from the Carib word meaning "Island of the Clouds". Many yacht people from the countries like New Zealand, Australia, France, Belgium, Norway, Italy, South Africa, Canada, Great Britain and the United States think of Bequia as the "Jewel of the Grenadines. ... [ further info ]

Bequia
Bodrum

Situated on a beautiful peninsula, Bodrum, home of the famous Greek historian Herodotus, is these days better known as a popular holiday resort. Enchanting villages of houses painted in white and trimmed with purple bougainvillea together with miles of sandy beaches and ideal locations for water sports. ... [ further info ]

Bodrum
Bodrum Peninsula

The beautiful Bordum Peninsula suits holidaymakers interested in a subdued and relaxing atmosphere. Enchanting villages on quiet bays, dot the peninsula. Turquoise water, amzing bayes, sandy beaches and fantastic food for yur luxury sailing cruise along the coats of Turkey. ... [ further info ]

Bodrum Peninsula
Bol

Situated in a secluded place, on the southern coast of Brac, Bol is the oldest town of Brac and one of the most famous seaside resorts of the Adriatic. Apart from cultural monuments, Bol also features a number of natural beauties that makeof it a perfect luxury motor yacht charter destination in Croazia itineraries. ... [ further info ]

Bol
Bonifacio

At the southernmost tip of the island, perched atop awesome white cliffs battered by the waves, stands Bonifacio - the most visited of the exceptional sites of Corsica. ... [ further info ]

Bonifacio
Bosa

Nature did great work along the coast of Bosa. The bastions overlooking the sea, the little, stony creeks and the wild scenery are all exclusive elements of this surprising landscape. Due to a series of quite unique events, Bosa has managed to keep its territory unchanged. Past the marina, you'll find a natural oasis of remarkable importance and today, a landmark for researches from all around the world. ... [ further info ]

Bosa
Budelli

The island of Budelli, part of Maddalena Archipelago, is famous above all for its splendid Spiaggia Rosa (Pink Beach), one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean, to be absolutely visited for the great amount of foraminifera and other marine micro-organisms which, ground by the waves and spread over the shore, give the very fine sand a special pink colour, well matching the surrounding granite rocks. ... [ further info ]

Budelli
Budoni

The beauty of its landscapes, its transparent, turquoise-coloured sea needs have transformed this small village of only 4000 inhabitants into one of the most sought after sailing holiday destinations on Sardinia island. Budony has 18 km. of coastline that rise from the Tyrrhenian Sea, offering Budoni marvellous landscapes and sandy beaches and surrounding it by rocky walls. ... [ further info ]

Budoni
Budva

Budva is the metropolis of Montenegrin tourism thanks to the great number of beaches that make this a perfect destination for a great sailing vacation in Montenegro. Apart from its natural beauty, its bay islands and beaches, Budva is rich in historic monuments. ... [ further info ]

Budva
Calvi

Calvi, jewel of the Balagne impresses with the variety of its beauty: an imposing Genoese citadel and a marina which is full of life at its foot, cheerful and many-coloured alleys, a high-town full of self-assurance and serenity, and finally a beach which languorously stretches along its pinewood. ... [ further info ]

Calvi
Camaiore

Lido di Camaiore spreads out for more than four km along a coast of fine sand. Since the beginning of the last Century, Lido di Camaiore has been one of the most renowned seaside resorts in Italy. Gabriele D'Annunzio was the first to prefer this place to crown his love with Eleonora Duse. ... [ further info ]

Camaiore
Camogli

Situated on the western Portofino promontory, Camogli is an ancient seaside village in the wonderful Paradise Gulf on the Eastern Riviera. Not too far away from Genova, Camogli is a unique place where the colourful houses give directly onto the old harbour, which is still the center of the village life. ... [ further info ]

Camogli
Cannes

The town of Cannes is home to movie magic, hosting the world’s most famous of film festivals in May and the most important event for the movie industry, attended by VIPs, stars from all around the globe. The area around the old port is the most interesting part of Cannes. The fisherman in their little wooden boats still go about their business despite being overshadowed by some enormous private yachts. ... [ further info ]

Cannes
Cannigione

Tourist development has transformed this charming old fishing village called Cannigione, which was also the point of departure for boats to the island of "La Maddalena", into a functional, modern holiday resort. An important landing place for luxury yacht charters in all north Sardinia. ... [ further info ]

Cannigione
Cap Corse

Cap Corse begins north of Bastia. A sharp mountain ridge 40 km long heading north, it is a land of sailors and fishermen. A coastal road takes you right over the ridge and affords spectacular views at each twist and turn. ... [ further info ]

Cap Corse
Capraia

Capraia is a island with local aromatic herbs and surrounded by a limpid sea, a real mediterranean pearl. The island is one of the seven sisters of the Tuscan Archipelago, the third in sizes after Elba and Giglio. ... [ further info ]

Capraia
Caprera

Caprera is part of the La Maddalena archipelago, situated on the north-eastern end of Sardinia. It has been declared a Wildlife Sanctuary and therefore is protected by strict building restrictions. All the archipelago has become a sought-after destination for the sailing tourism. ... [ further info ]

Caprera
Capri

Just off the coast of Naples and Sorrento, between Cape Miseno and Amalfi, a great rock soars like a dream lost in the cobalt blue sea that surrounds it. This Mediterranean jewel, yearned for and exalted in some of the world’s most famous lyric poetry, is the island of Capri. ... [ further info ]

Capri
Cargese

Sitting high above a deep blue bay on a cliff scattered with olive trees, CARGÈSE (Carghjese), 20km southwest of Porto, exudes a lazy charm that attracts hundreds of well-heeled summer residents to its pretty white houses and hotels ... [ further info ]

Cargese
Carloforte

Carloforte is the only town on the Isola di San Pietro. Founded a couple of hundred years ago by some Genovese coral fishers who had previously been living for a century or so on the island of Tabarka, just off the coast of Tunisia. The people of this island says they are not Sards, but Carlofortinian. ... [ further info ]

Carloforte
Carriacou

In Carriacou whether your choose to explore, snorkel, swim, dive or simply stroll, you will experience the special lure of this gem and its islets. Come enjoy, retuning again and again to bask in what one might refer to as the 'paradise for water lovers'and escape from the routine of daily living. ... [ further info ]

Carriacou
Castelsardo

Castelsardo, in the center of the Asinara gulf, is the ideal departure for sailing or luxury motor yacht excursions in the Asinara Gulf, Stintino with the wonderful Pelosa beach, Alghero and Capocaccia with its famous Coves of Neptune, and Gallura region sailing towards the other side. ... [ further info ]

Castelsardo
Cavallo Island

Sailing in Cavallo Island waters, following our suggested sailing routes between Corsica Sardinia and Maddalena Archipelago is an unforgettable experience. For this lucky visitors this is an exclusive enclave in the Mediterranean that tourism forgot: a paradise to enjoy in solitude, expecially if you choose low season to sail this waters. ... [ further info ]

Cavallo Island
Cavtat

Cavtat is a small coastal town on the southern side of the Zupska inlet and 20km south of Dubrovnik. Cavtat is beautiful and unique in its nature, culture and history. Come and enjoy a wonderful sailing holiday in this great destination. ... [ further info ]

Cavtat
Cetacean Sanctuary

The stretch of sea between the Ligurian coast, The Corse coast and the Provence boasts the highest concentration of cetaceans among all Italian seas and in all probability is the richest wildlife area in the Mediterranean. To preserve the marine mammals and their habitats in the region has created a sanctuary for cetaceans in the Ligurian Sea , a protected area that lies mostly in international waters and has the goal to protect 100,000 square kilometers from Toulon in France.... ... [ further info ]

Cetacean Sanctuary
Cetara

Cetara is a fishing town built at the feet of Monte Falerzio a natural paradise made up of a mixture of green citrus orchards and arid inaccessible areas, which then descends towards the sea. Sailing along the Amalfi Coast is not possible to miss a stop in this enchanting little town of fishermen.. ... [ further info ]

Cetara
Chiavari

Chiavari is at 40 km east of Genoa in the bay of Tigullio and a lively little town. Once it was famous for ship building, today it is a very well equipped tourist resort, it has a very large " marina" pleasure harbour, it seems that there are more luxury boats and sailing ships than cars. ... [ further info ]

Chiavari
Corfù

Corfu in Greece, is the most popular of the Ionian Islands, and one of the favourite destination for sailing holiday among the Ionian islands. It is a very green island and a mixture of the civilizations that have passed through at various times. ... [ further info ]

Corfù
Corniglia

Corniglia differs from the other villages of the Cinque Terre (Five Lands) as it does not directly look upon the sea but raises on the top of a promontory, surrounded on three sides by vineyards and terraces and the fourth side descends steeply on the sea: a breathtaking sighseeing for your luxury sailing cruise of "Italian Riviera" and "Five Lands". ... [ further info ]

Corniglia
Delos

The island of Delos (Greek: Dhilos), isolated in the centre of the roughly circular ring of islands called the Cyclades, near Mykonos, is one of the most important mythological, historical and archaeological sites in Greece. The excavations in the island are among the most extensive in the Mediterranean. ... [ further info ]

Delos
Dorgali

Dorgali is famous for the stretches of coastline, that look out over the Golfo di Orosei, with its spectacular coastal cliffs that plummet to the sea, and the small inaccessible beaches. There are numerous surrounding beaches bays and grottoes along the renowned Gulf of Orosei. Standing out amongst them is the "Grotta del Bue Marino". ... [ further info ]

Dorgali
Dubrovnik

Sailing in Croatia and chartering a luxury crewed motor boat in Dubrovnik area’s you will enjoy Crystal clear water, coastal cliffs and caves, and some of the most fantastic beaches in Dalmatia, and the islands covered by pine, cypress, fig, olive and lemon trees, Evenings feature delightful meals in dramatic outdoor settings overlooking the Adriatic Sea, islands, and the breathtaking Dubrovnik’s coastline. ... [ further info ]

Dubrovnik
Elba

Elba, the pearl of the Tuscan Archipelago, the island without frontier: the sea, the beaches, the green of the countryside, the small fortress towns, archaeological treasures, chestnut woods and more, continue to exist for what seems like an eternity. ... [ further info ]

Elba
Favignana

The Island of Favignana with her little beaches, rocks, her beautiful bays and her uncontaminated sea is a half tourist ambient, successfully combining the new with the ancient, putting together the numerous tourist activities with the traditions of the activities linked to the fishing of tuna. ... [ further info ]

Favignana
Fethiye Gulf

One of the favourite destination and starting point for “Blue Cruises” and for amazing sailing cruises between Greek islands and Turkish coast is the Fethiye gulf. Fethiye seaport with its sheltered natural structure is also an important stop for yachtsmen. ... [ further info ]

Fethiye Gulf
Fiascherino

Fiascherino, San Terenzo And Le Grazie are three amazing destinations we choose for a real luxury motor yacht charter or a romantic sailing cruise in the Italian Riviera between Gulf of Poets And the Five Lands( Cinque Terre ). ... [ further info ]

Fiascherino
Filicudi

Filicudi, is the ideal holiday island, light-years away from traffic and noise. The coasts of Filicudi present uncommon beauty. Sloping formations of terraces covered by woods of broom and falling towards the sea, follow narrow valleys, to abrupt rocks and to coasts now severe, now pleasant. ... [ further info ]

Filicudi
Finike

Finike is a not to be missed destination during the “Blue Cruise” on board on fascinating gullet along Turkish coast, with a perfect blend of history, nature and sea. ... [ further info ]

Finike
Forte dei Marmi

Località balneare tra le più frequentate del Tirreno, Forte dei Marmi si aggrega attorno a un pontile impiantato nel Cinquecento per il carico dei marmi apuani e protetto, dal 1788, da un fortino fatto costruire da Leopoldo I, visibile al centro della piazza Garibaldi.. ... [ further info ]

Forte dei Marmi
Furore

Furore is situated inside the homonymous fjord and it is formed by two villages, one on the sea, and the other on the mountains. The two villages are connected by a long step, built during the Republic of Amalfi: the town of Furore is definitely one of the most dramatic place in all the Amalfi Coast. ... [ further info ]

Furore
Gemiler Island

After you leave the Islands of Karacaören behind, you reach Gemiler island which is opposite a small inlet lying in the shadow of pine and olive trees. The space between the island and the shore is a natural shelter for the yachts. ... [ further info ]

Gemiler Island
Giannutri

It stands aside compared to the other islands of the Tuscan archipelago but thanks to its geographical distance it is a very special place, perhaps unique and inimitable. Giannutri is a very small paradise , it is 500m .large and more or less 5 kms long, a beautiful walk. ... [ further info ]

Giannutri
Golfo Pero

To the south of the promontory which closes the inlet of Porto Cervo, there is the wide bay of Golfo Pero and the bay of Porto Li Nibani, an inlet with crystalline waters and a beach, from where one enjoys the impressive view of its homonymous, facing islet. Sardinia. ... [ further info ]

Golfo Pero
Gorgona

It is the smaller island of the Tuscan Archipelago to the west of Leghorn, it has got 300 inhabitants ( for the most part convicts) and is little more than 2 squared kms wide, it is mostly occupied by the goal. ... [ further info ]

Gorgona
Hvar

Hvar is the town of a unique cultural and historical heritage but also an important tourist resort with a centuries-old tradition in tourism. Hvar is famous for its very specific climate with a lot of sunshine, very few rainy days and almost no snow at all. ... [ further info ]

Hvar
Hydra

Hydra is an island of the Saronic Gulf that lies in the middle of beautiful blue waters, close to the Eastern Peloponnese shore. The island is one of the favourite stop during a sailing yacht charters in Greece among the Saronic Gulf islands. ... [ further info ]

Hydra
Ile du Levant

A naturist centre since 1931, ninety per cent of the island is owned by the French Navy. The island is very wild with high cliffs. The only village, Héliopolis is a naturist centre. The coastal footpath allows you to discover the rest of the island. Almost completely protected by steep cliffs around the shoreline, there are only two points of access: Avis inlet, on the north shore near the center, and Aiguade, at the western end where the ferry docks. ... [ further info ]

Ile du Levant
Ile Rousse

Wander in the streets of the small town and let yourself rocked by the softness of the Balagne. The late autumn is more subtle in sensations. The scents discreetly hang in the air. ... [ further info ]

Ile Rousse
Ischia

Ischia is the largest of the Partenopean islands in the bay of Naples. As well as sandy beaches and blue sea, the island also boasts natural thermal springs, and the spa complexes around these are another major holiday attraction. The hot springs and the island's natural beauty make Ischia a popular destination. ... [ further info ]

Ischia
Island of Giglio

Island of Giglio is situated in the centre of the Tyrrhenian sea, 11 miles away from the Promontorio dell’Argentario, and keeps inside its 21,21 square kilometres a treasure to be discovered . Its mild climate makes the island the ideal place for all season’s holidays. An uncontaminated reality . ... [ further info ]

Island of Giglio
Island of Pianosa

Protected from the prison for 142 years , first penal settlement, and high security prison up today. The island is flat but also a unique resource: meadows of Poseidonia, a real “ nursery” of the ichthyic fauna of the high Tyrrhenian sea , the most important catacombs to the north of Rome, the roman villa of Agrippa, the sanatorium of Punta Marchese ... [ further info ]

Island of Pianosa
Island Vis

The world organisation for protecting the environment declared the island of Vis to be one of the 10 most well-preserved islands on the Mediterranean due to its untouched nature and many inlets. The island is a great destination for luxury sailing vacation in Croatia. ... [ further info ]

Island Vis
Ithaca

The island of Ithaca Greece has, among its many beauties, wonderful beaches which offer white smooth pebbles or fine light-coloured sand mixed with verdant trees coming down to the crystalline emerald waters of the Ionian Sea which are glimmering under the Mediterranean sun of Greece. ... [ further info ]

Ithaca
Jost Van Dike

A short sail from Tortola and St. Thomas, Jost Van Dyke is a getaway among Caribbean getaways a charming destination for Caribbean sailing charters. The island shares a common topography with the other Virgin Islands: rich green hillsides that cascade toward perfect white beaches. ... [ further info ]

Jost Van Dike
Juan Les Pines

Visiting Antibes Juan-les-Pines can be a relaxing or stimulating experience; there is ancient history as well as all the amenities of a modern town. Explore with the family, friends, the one you love, or on your own, explore French Riviera with a luxury sailing charter. ... [ further info ]

Juan Les Pines
Kalkan

With the absence of mass tourism, Kalkan remains a charming and unspoiled haven of lush nature, brilliant blue crystal-clear sea, historic architecture, ancient history and warm traditional Turkish hospitality. ... [ further info ]

Kalkan
Kalymnos

In Kalymnos island the sea has always been a focal element of local life, which has preserved its traditional character colour and style to a great extent. Its picturesque landscapes, its clear blue seas and the hospitality of the locals are just a small sample of what the island generously offers for your amazing sailing holidays in Dodecaneso Archipelago. ... [ further info ]

Kalymnos
Karpatos

Karpathos is the second largest island in the Dodekanese – after Rhodes. It is situated between Crete and Rhodes, in the “Karpathian Sea”. The location of the island is strategic for luxury motor yacht charters and romantic sailing cruise since it is the natural bridge which unites Crete with Asia Minor. ... [ further info ]

Karpatos
Kas

Kas is a noted resort in Turkey's Mediterranean region, an amazing stop during your “blue voyage” sailing tour along the Turkish Coast. Once a fishing village tucked among lofty cliffs, Kas maintains its small-town ambience with little shops on narrow lanes. ... [ further info ]

Kas
Kastela

Seven nice old places, seven citadels (Kastela - in English: Citadels), are an integral part of the tourist area between Split and Trogir. This region has been attracting people since ancient times, from ancient Greek seafarers, Roman patricians, Croatian kings and rulers. ... [ further info ]

Kastela
Kefalonia

Because of its innumerable beauties and charms and for having everything to offer even to the most demanding visitor, Kefalonia is one of the most popular of the Ionian Islands, favourite stop during a pleasant Greece islands sailing cruise. ... [ further info ]

Kefalonia
Kekova

The island of Kekova offers a fun way to combine an exploration of ancient Lycian ruins with swimming in turquoise waters and a barbecue on the beach. Kekova is a submerged port dating back to the 5th century BC, when Lycia was an important kingdom in this region. ... [ further info ]

Kekova
Kia

The siland of Kia Is also Called the Paradise of Walkers. The path of the island have the total length of 36 km 65% of which are paved. You will have the possibility to enjoy untouched nature, crystal sea and sandy beaches that will attend you at the end of your walking: most of the paths on this island leads to isolated bays and beaches. ... [ further info ]

Kia
Korkula

The town of Korcula, the historical centre of the island, has a very nice location in the Peljesac Channel. It is also known for its outstanding cultural and historical heritage and a long tradition in seafaring, shipbuilding and stone-masonry.Today Korcula is an important tourist centre. Tourism has a years-long tradition on the island. ... [ further info ]

Korkula
Kornati

In the central part of the Croatian part of the Adriatic sea, almost parallel to the coastline, a unique archipelago of the Kornati islands is scattered. Because of its unique natural beauty, numerous bays and coves, preserved nature and extremely rich sea ecosystem, bigger part of these island comprise a National Park founded in 1980. ... [ further info ]

Kornati
Kos

The numerous and beautiful beaches of Kos Greece are one of the main cause of the popularity of the island. Nestled in picturesque coves or extending over kilometres, those beaches have crystalline waters varying from azure to emerald. ... [ further info ]

Kos
Kotor

Kotor is a charming city on the coast of Adriatic sea in Montenegro. The old town of Kotor is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in this part of the Mediterranean. Medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage have made Kotor a UNESCO listed “World Natural and Historical Heritage Site". ... [ further info ]

Kotor
Krka

Krka Area was declared a National Park in 1985. The river Krka is a rocky phenomenon which, as it flows towards the sea, forms a number of lakes, waterfalls and rapids. The National Park Krka spreads over a surface of 142 km2 and 25.6 km2 of the park is covered in water. ... [ further info ]

Krka
Lampedusa

If you choose a sailing holiday in the Pelagie Islands you could not miss the circumnavigation of Lampedusa. The low and jagged coast of Lampedusa is rich in inlets and bays; among these, is the Tabaccara, a splendid bay bathed by turquoise waters. ... [ further info ]

Lampedusa
Lastovo

Lastovo is among the Mediterranean islands the one that have the most preserved original value of untouched nature and beauty. The island is surrounded by 46 smaller islands and cliffs with untouched nature and numerous bays. Of course best way to enjoy Lastovo is a sailing boat charters around its coast. ... [ further info ]

Lastovo
Lavagna

Lavagna is a peaceful township ideal to relax, and start your Italian Riviera and Five Lands yacht sailing cruise, where you can feel the sense of absolute peacefulness and calm. However, in Lavagna ,you will be able to find several amusing discos restaurant pubs And shops. The name of the town (that in Italian means Blackboard) comes from the slate quarries. ... [ further info ]

Lavagna
Lavezzi Islands

Lavezzi island is probably one of the most amazing anchorages in Corsica. In good weather the coves in the SW sides are simply marvellous, with the pink and grey rocks just standing on white beaches and blue lagoons. Paradise of the walkers, yachtsmen, divers … and lizards, the archipelago is submissive to a strict regulation from its classification in natural reserve in 1982. ... [ further info ]

Lavezzi Islands
Lefkas

The popularity of Lefkada (Lefkas) is mostly due to its amazing landscape and to its wonderful, paradise-like beaches with endless sand, impressive turquoise waters and majestic vertical rocky cliffs, that makes of Lefkada one of the favourite stop during Ionian islands sailing cruise. ... [ further info ]

Lefkas
Lerici

In the Italian Riviera about 12 kilometers South of La Spezia is Lerici, a bustling little resort town whose waterfront buildings are tightly and pleasantly clustered around the small harbour: a perfect destination for a romantic sailing cruise in the italian Riviera. ... [ further info ]

Lerici
Leros

As Leros has maintained its genuine traditional character, it is in the position to offer the highest quality of tourist services to every visitor here, away from the noisy towns and the stressful pace of life and even further away from crowed large tourist areas, the visitor finds the peace and recreation he is looking for and enjoy a pleasant sailing holiday ... [ further info ]

Leros
Levanzo

The third largest of the Egadi Islands, Levanzo is composed of hills, the highest being Pizzo del Monaco which slopes steeply into the sea creating a jagged and fascinating coastline. It is the perfect place for nature lovers and only has one road going from north to south. ... [ further info ]

Levanzo
Ligurian Islands

The group of Tino and Tinetto islands, together with the larger one of Palmaria located in front of Portovenere, are a wonderful natural park, whales sanctuary, marine reserve and unusual site for sailing vacations thanks to the beauty of their beaches and coves. ... [ further info ]

Ligurian Islands
Linosa

Linosa is a pleasant volcanic island – hence its dark-grey color – with three lofty cones that show a striking contrast with the intense blue of the sky. The volcanoes, now extinct, give the island a fairly sinister look. The only town consists of a collection of lovely pastel-colored homes grouped around the island’s small port. ... [ further info ]

Linosa
Lipari

The island due to its mild climate and serene sky in winter presents itself as an ideal resort and in summer as a sought-after seaside resort and also for pleasure boating : a trip boat around Lipari offers a view of great beauty and variety: deep grottos, delightful beaches, high shores, ample bays, perforated rocks, small inlets and steep, wild cliffs. ... [ further info ]

Lipari
Liscia Ruja

Liscia Ruia is the biggest beach on the Emerald Coast as well as one of the most beautiful in Sardinia because of its exceptional natural characteristics: an over 500 metre long arc of very fine, rosy sand, delimited by a bay washed by very clear and pure waters. ... [ further info ]

Liscia Ruja
Maddalena Island

The Island of the Maddalena has maintained the fascinating aspect of an ancient fishing village....The pink granite of many hues emerges magnificent from the Mediterranean vegetation, fragrant with the perfume of myrtle and rosemary, which turns to forest in the hidden coves make of Maddalena one of the favourite destination of sailing vacation in Sardinia sea. ... [ further info ]

Maddalena Island
Maiori

Between Amalfi and Capo d’Orso, on the largest inlet on the Amalfi Coast one finds Maiori. The town is of ancient origins and was once the most important port of the Amalfi Republic. ... [ further info ]

Maiori
Makarska

The Makarska Riviera is one of the most famous tourist sailing destinations in Croatia, situated at the foot of Mount Biokovo on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Makarska, Baška voda, Brela and Tucepi are renowned sailing destinations of the Makarska Riviera. ... [ further info ]

Makarska
Manarola

Manarola is perfect destination during a romantic Five Lands luxury motor yacht cruise. The town of Manarola, like the other Cinque Terre villages, is known for its tower-houses; the layout of the village develops around the subsurface course of the Groppo stream which marks out its main axis. ... [ further info ]

Manarola
Maratea

Maratea is a mix of ancient history and elegant architecture, as well as a famous tourist town. The landscape of the coast, a typical Mediterranean one, is made of an unbelievable mix of cliffs, promontories hiding wonderful small beaches where kingfishers and the herons live, beautiful creeks where the sea is crystalline (in the past fishermen took refuge on these beaches), karstic caves invaded by the sea (they were used by pirates) ... [ further info ]

Maratea
Marettimo

A steep rocky mountain with great limestone cliffs plunging down into the sea define this, the most remote island of the Egadi group: Marettimo. Its doors open only for the more curious visitors arriving at its tiny harbour knowing that there are no hotels there. ... [ further info ]

Marettimo
Marina di Camerota

Marina di Camerota is a hamlet of Camerota, a small town on Cilento Coast , at the feet of Bulgheria Mountain. To defend themselves from Saracen pirates, the inhabitants of the villages of Cilento Coast developed their villages on the hills and on the mountains, not far from the sea. Camerota developed on the hill, too. The seaside of Camerota is beautiful, the sea is wonderful and beaches are wide and sandy... ... [ further info ]

Marina di Camerota
Marmaris

Marmaris is probably the most popular yacht charter, sailing and holiday destination in Turkey. Beautiful coastline, friendly people, good fresh foods and delicious local wines, that could easily compete against many European vineyards. ... [ further info ]

Marmaris
Marmorata

The stretch of coast to the east of Santa Teresa is really special, with the beach of Porto Quadro, the promontory of Punta Falcone - which represents the northernmost boundary of Sardinia - and the wide bay of La Marmorata with its homonymous islets. ... [ further info ]

Marmorata
Martinica

Martinique is an island located in the eastern Caribbean Sea in the Windward Islands of the West Indies one of the hot stops for a unique Caribbean sailing escape or a magic new years day with the friends or the beloved... ... [ further info ]

Martinica
mayreau

Mayreau lies west of the Tobago Cays. It is the smallest (1 1/2 square miles) of the inhabited Grenadine islands, with a population of two hundred and fifty-four people. Mayreau is accessible only by boat. The island is rimmed by magnificent sweeping white sandy beaches perfect for sailing and snorkelling. ... [ further info ]

mayreau
Menton

Menton is a picturesque, sun-lit town where serenity reigns. The town’s French traditions blend seamlessly with Italian culture, not surprising considering it is right on the border with Italy. The history of Menton, like other towns on the Côte d’Azur (French Riviera), is marked by numerous, historical conflicts, mainly between local noble families and pirates from the Eastern Mediterranean countries. ... [ further info ]

Menton
Minori

The tourist arriving in Minori with one of our sailing route of the Amalfi Coast will be struck by the town's architecture and the small beach. Minori has immense appeal with its colourful painted houses. A sailing vacation in Minori and in all the Amalfi Coast is the perfect way to recover from the stress of our hectic modern lifestyle. ... [ further info ]

Minori
Mljet

The Island of MLJET is situated in the far South of Croatia, west from Dubrovnik, Croatia's best known summer resort. A national park of the same name includes a western part of, according to some, the most beautiful island in the Adriatic Sea. ... [ further info ]

Mljet
Monaco

In Monte-Carlo it is possible to enjoy the perfect dream vacation thanks to the many exclusive, deluxe services. To mention just a few…four-star luxurious hotels, the Casino (one of the most prestigious in the world), private jet and yacht charters, luxurious car rental and the innumerous indulgent activities aimed at giving visitors the maximum pleasure in a luxurious setting. ... [ further info ]

Monaco
Montecristo

A wild and uninhabited island, covered with Mediterranean bush is an important shelter for birds of passage. It’s about 10 square Km. wide and is one of the most wild island of the entire Tuscan Archipelago and the most far from the coast. ... [ further info ]

Montecristo
Monterosso

Monterosso is one of the favourite destination in the Italian Riviera yacht sailing charters. The historical origin of this village dates back to the year 643, when the populations of the hills, running from barbaric invasions, settled along the coast. ... [ further info ]

Monterosso
Mortorio

Beyond Porto Liccia and Punta Capaccia, closing it to the south, there is the wide bay of Romazzino, with crystalline waters and a beautiful beach Between the two complexes with fascinating views over the near reefs and the islands of Soffi and Mortorio –and Portu di Li Coggi, perhaps the most beautiful cove on the Emerald Coast. ... [ further info ]

Mortorio
Murter

Murter has almost ideal conditions for nautical tourism: nice sunny beaches, quality accommodation and various services is only one part that makes Murter one of the most visited destinations in this region for years. ... [ further info ]

Murter
Mustique

Mustique is a private island owned by shareholders of The Mustique Company representing seventeen countries. It is the island's constant warm climate, private and unspoilt island lifestyle that attracts sophisticated international guests, many who eventually become owners. ... [ further info ]

Mustique
Mykonos

Mykonos, or Myconcos, lies at the heart of the Cyclades group and was once a byword for trendy and chic holidays in the Mediterranean Sea. The name of Mykonos itself today means luxury motor yacht charters among the Greek islands. ... [ further info ]

Mykonos
Mylos

Many small and big sandy beaches with many colours, crystal waters, marine caves and geomorphological forms of volcanic inspiration are responsible for the explosion of tourism in Milos . The island of Milos has to offer more than 75 beaches of silver sand and limpid waters which can sometimes turn azure blue or emerald green. ... [ further info ]

Mylos
Myra

Myra is a not to be missed stop during your Turkish coast “blue cruise”. Myra is an ancient city. Although the date of Myra's first foundation is not known, from some Lycian inscriptions found in the area it would appear that the habitation existed in the 5th century. ... [ further info ]

Myra
Naxos

Naxos has The cosmopolitan atmosphere of a modern tourist resort, but at the same time Maintains it’s traditional culture and colour. Even today when tourist development is on the rise, island population is not involved with the tourist industry: untouched nature and modernity for a perfect luxury sailing vacation among the Greek islands. ... [ further info ]

Naxos
Nice

Nice is a vibrant city that is alive and living to the time of its cosmopolitan population. The city’s name is enough to evoke images of Provencal markets, Mediterranean colors, palm trees, historic monuments and places; the whole beautiful parcel wrapped in an enticing package of gorgeous clear blue sea, mirrored by the azure blue cloudless sky. ... [ further info ]

Nice
Olbia

With its fertile lands and prime position in the Mediterranean, Olbia has settled easily into modern times as a bustling vibrant town very popular with tourists. The heart of Olbia is the town's historic center, with its wealth of shops and small restaurants. Its beaches are superb; beaches such as those of the Cala Sassari bay at the beginning of the Olbia coast. ... [ further info ]

Olbia
Olu Deniz

Olu Deniz lies 16km to the south of Fethiye, and enjoys a stunning location surrounded by soaring mountains. The Blue Lagoon of Olu Deniz has calm, crystal clear waters which makes it ideal for a variety of water sports and a very safe place for children to swim. ... [ further info ]

Olu Deniz
Olympos

Olympos is worth to a visit during your Turkish coast Blue Cruise between Fethiye and Anthalia.The translucent water of the Mediterranean is too tempting to resist. A swimsuit is an absolute must when visiting. Peering in to the sea from a boat the pebbles appear within hands-reach; they’re probably twenty feet away from the tip of the finger. ... [ further info ]

Olympos
Palau

In Sardinia, Palau is definitely one of the most spectacular and noteworthy seaside towns in Gallura, bordering the Emerald Coast. It's also an important destination for a real luxury motor yacht charter or a romantic sailing yacht cruise between the Emerald Coast (Costa Smeralda ) and Corsica, including the archipelago of La Maddalena. ... [ further info ]

Palau
Palinuro

Among Centola hamlets there is the famous Palinuro. Palinuro is very appreciated by tourists, thanks to its wonderful position, among olive trees on the hills and the wonderful sea. The sea is really uncontaminated, there are wonderful creeks, long and wide beeches, beautiful caves (Azzurra, del Ribalto, Calafetente, del Buon Dormire, delle Ossa) with stalagmites and remains of prehistoric animals. This is why Palinuro is... ... [ further info ]

Palinuro
Palmarola

Palmarola is called the Pearl of Mediterranean Sea This is the most western of the Pontine islands. If you love solitude and living in wild nature this is the most charming place you can find. The island is still quite wild, and just 30 minutes by boat from Ponza. ... [ further info ]

Palmarola
Palmisland

Palm Island is a tiny resort island is just a mile from Union Island, and is a 135-acre tropical oasis of unhurried rest and stress free relaxation. Palm Island is now a private all-inclusive resort where tranquillity reigns, the perfect getaway for people who love natural beauty and are looking for a luxury Caribbean sailing escape. ... [ further info ]

Palmisland
Panarea

Panarea, the antique Eunonimo, is a most scenographic island; one of the most enchanting of the Archipelago. The island, the small islands (Basiluzzo, Dattilo, Lisca Bianca) and the islets (Battaro, Lisca Nera, Panarelli and Le Formiche) are to be considered parts of the same volcanic system. ... [ further info ]

Panarea
Pantelleria

In contrast to many waters of the Mediterranean which are quite polluted, the sea surrounding the island of Pantelleria is still clean, intact, and full of marine flora and fauna – some of which has all but disappeared in many other areas of the Mediterranean, making Pantelleria a unique experience for people wishing to explore its uncontaminated depths. ... [ further info ]

Pantelleria
Paros

Paros is in the heart of Cyclades archipelago. With their white cube houses, crystal clear seas and sandy beaches seem the epitome of the Cyclades Archipelago and of all the Greek islands: Amazing landscape with coloured valleys and rolling hills dotted with small churches and monasteries and endless sandy beaches with crystal-turquoise waters. ... [ further info ]

Paros
Patmos

Patmos is not a big island, but it is one of the best known. It was here St. John had his vision and wrote the apocalypse, and this is why Patmos is sometimes called "The Jerusalem of the Aegean". The Monastery of St. Johns towers above the capital, Chora, and the whole island breathes of faith and devotion. ... [ further info ]

Patmos
Pirovac

Pirovac is a small town 23km north of Sibenik and lies in the Pirovac inlet. Pirovac is popular for its developed nautical tourism because of its many inlets where visitors can set anchor and enjoy the town's untouched nature. ... [ further info ]

Pirovac
Ponza

Ponza like all the Pontine islands must be experience by a sailing vacation. At the arrival the isle shows itself with the semicircle of the rosy houses in the port, the Roman swimming pools and the fascinating sight of the tiny churchyard on the mountain. The scenery shows a wide sequence of stacks, headlands, caves, bays, points, inlets and beaches, all of incomparable beauty. ... [ further info ]

Ponza
Poros

Approaching Poros by boat its Historic Clock is imposing from the distance on the highest top of the hill, among prickly pears and pine trees. It was built in 1927, it is visible from every part and it is the jewel of the town. ... [ further info ]

Poros
Porquerolles Island

The largest of the three islands, Porquerolles is a true jewel of the French Riviera. Its long sandy beaches, welcoming pine trees, and warm turquoise water are a delight for visitors. When docking in the harbour of Porquerolles, hire a bicycle and choose either the West coast towards the Hotel du Langoustier (a sporting ride) or the East coast (an easier ride). ... [ further info ]

Porquerolles Island
Porto Cervo

Porto Cervo is the main centre of the so-called Costa Smeralda, one of the most prestigious tourist areas on Sardinia's north-western coast. It is the perfect destination for luxury motor yacht charters vacation in Italy. ... [ further info ]

Porto Cervo
Porto Vecchio

Located at 25 km from the impressive Bonifacio, the city of Porto-Vecchio presents all the advantages of a seaside resort and shows some wonderful aspects that only its natural environment can reveal. ... [ further info ]

Porto Vecchio
Portofino

Without doubt one of the best loved destinations for luxury motor yacht charters, Portofino is a fishing village, so picturesque as to seem unreal, with its famous little square surrounded by different coloured houses, and its wonderful little port. ... [ further info ]

Portofino
Portovenere

Portovenere is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Portovenere is southeast of the Cinque Terre at the end of the Italian Riviera, in the region of Liguria. The town is across the bay from Lerici, another village worth visiting. Portovenere: the charme of an ancient medieval town, crystal sea and rich gastronomy for your Italian Riviera sailing cruise. ... [ further info ]

Portovenere
Positano

The dramatically beautiful town of Positano, in the Amalfi Coast, clinging to the cliff face as if about to cascade into the turquoise waters below, has become synonymous with beach fashion. ... [ further info ]

Positano
Praiano

Praiano was the town chosen as a summer residence for the Dogi (Dukes of Amalfi), as testimony of the vocation by this place for the relaxing and discrete vacation, far from the usual touristic routes and loved by elites: A perfect destination for relaxing moment during your luxury motor yacht charter or romantic sailing cruise in the Amalfi Coast. ... [ further info ]

Praiano
Primosten

Primošten is an important tourist destination with numerous restaurants, taverns and cafés. Visiting Primosten by boat you can enjoy all the beautiful beaches on the peninsula of Raduca with crystal clear sea, white stone and green pines make a perfect natural whole. ... [ further info ]

Primosten
Procida

The charming island of Procida lies like an undiscovered garden next to its vibrant sister islands Ischia and Capri. Flourishing gardens and fragrant lemon and orange groves bewitch visitors with their lush beauty. Arriving at the harbour Marina Grande then you'll have the wonderful view of fishers' houses in pastel colours, being reflected by the deep blue water. ... [ further info ]

Procida
PSV

Petit St. Vincent, or PSV, as it is often called, is one of the world's most enchanting hideaways, and one of the favourite Caribbean sailing escape. Over its varied terrain (113-acres) twenty-two private cottages are scattered some on hillsides, some set into the sides of cliffs, some right on the beach - all absolutely heavenly. ... [ further info ]

PSV
Punta Campanella

The Marine Protected Area “Punta Campanella” preserve one of the most beautiful and rich stretches of Italian coast from a naturalistic point of view, both for the terrestrial and for the underwater environment. A perfect destination for you sailing holidays among charming untouched nature in Amalfi Coast. ... [ further info ]

Punta Campanella
Rapallo

Rapallo is a pleasant town in the province of Genoa, in Liguria, Italy. It is part of the Tigullio Gulf and is located in between Portofino and Chiavari. A perfect place for a romantic sailing escape in the Italian Riviera. ... [ further info ]

Rapallo
Ravello

Ravello is renowned for its peacefulness and the deep fascination it emanates from each corner and its image is mostly connected with villas with breathtaking views seen all around the world by pictures: Ravello is unique place, not to be missed during your sailing vacation in Amalfi Coast. ... [ further info ]

Ravello
Razza di Giunco

The southernmost part of the Emerald Coast has the same environmental characteristics as recurring in the rest of this extraordinary stretch of the Sardinian coast. In addiction, it presents the particularity of a high concentration of beaches: there are as much as sixteen in less than five kilometres of coastline. ... [ further info ]

Razza di Giunco
Razzoli

Razzoli is, without doubt, the steepest and most uneven island of the Maddalena Archipelago, Sardinia: thanks to this characteristic, it offers the most interesting examples of granite clusters, which assume really “artistic” shapes along many stretches of its coast. ... [ further info ]

Razzoli
Rhodes

Rhodes called from its local people the Rose of the Aegean deserves its name because is one of the most beautiful Greek islands. Rhodes has the oldest tourist history from all the islands of Greece and is famous all over the world: A perfect destination for your luxury motor yacht cruise among the Greek islands not far from the Turkish coast. ... [ further info ]

Rhodes
Riomaggiore

Riomaggiore boasts the typical terraced structure of villages in torrential valleys, with steep sides and restricted valley floor. The landscape is therefore typically vertical and stairs and steps make up the roads: wonderful sigthseeing, crystal sea and good gastronomy for you romantic sailing cruise in the five lands. ... [ further info ]

Riomaggiore
Saint Florent

The sailing harbour of Saint-Florent is nestling at the foot of the Cap Corse, at the end of a Gulf which wear its name, lined-up at the west by the Desert of the Agriates, at Bastia level, the Capital of the North. ... [ further info ]

Saint Florent
Saint Tropez

Set on the blue waters of the Golfe de Saint-Tropez, this modern version of a medieval town is most popular for the line of luxury yachts in her harbour and the facing line of terrace cafés. Protected by a small gulf and surrounded by a crystal-clear sea, Saint Tropez is one of the best-loved and most popular destinations on the French Riviera Côte d’Azur. ... [ further info ]

Saint Tropez
Sal Island

After flying for 5 hours down the Atlantic, Sal appears below you like a long forgotten desert island. Sun, wind, turquoise blue seawater and endless, secluded sand beaches entice sun-hungry visitors and windsurfers from many European nations in all four seasons of the year. Due to its extremely vibrant winds, Santa Maria beach is considered to be one of the best surfing areas on the planet. For Europeans an ideal sailing escape during the winter period. ... [ further info ]

Sal Island
Salina

Salina is the only Aeolian island (out of seven) covered with blooming vegetation suitable for agriculture thanks to its many water sources. A circular trip around the island offers indelible sights owing to its high, sombre coasts, pleasant small beaches and inhabited centres, the typical small white houses, nestled along the sea and half way up the coast. ... [ further info ]

Salina
San Pietro Island

Only a twenty-minute sailing from Sardinia land and San Pietro Island will soon appear at the bow of the boat, recognisable for its nineteenth-century buildings facing the port and the Battellieri and Cavour seaside walkways. Along the quay, there are sailing boats, rusty fishing boats and big motor boats with their nets still piled up among the fishing tools and lifejackets, yellowed by the sun. ... [ further info ]

San Pietro Island
Sant Antioco

Sant’Antioco is characterized by it's absolutely uncontaminated nature, simple vegetation like juniper and olive plants. Flat limestone and sparse volcanic cliffs, caves and small inlets complete the romantic impression. It's animal world is also still intact. This is one of the favourire destination for sailing yacht charters for the real experts of Sardinia. ... [ further info ]

Sant Antioco
Santa Margherita Ligure

Among the more classic tourist resorts there are names that evoke uncontaminated natural landscapes and others that owe their fame to the fascination of their buildings or their particular style of life: Santa Margherita offers a pleasant combination of both these apparently conflicting features. ... [ further info ]

Santa Margherita Ligure
Santa Maria Island

Santa Maria, more verdant than the other minor islands of the Maddalena Archipelago, is the only one to be inhabited, even if almost exclusively in the mild season. The sea-beds, in this area, are often very shallow: if the sea level were just few metres less, the islands of Santa Maria, Razzoli and Budelli would certainly form one larger island. ... [ further info ]

Santa Maria Island
Santo Stefano

The isle of Santo Stefano lies less than a mile east from the island of Ventotene. Its 0.11 sq. miles surface makes it the smallest of the Pontine islands. There are 4 small landing spots that can be used according to the winds. ... [ further info ]

Santo Stefano
Santorini

Santorini is definitely one of the most romantic among the Greek islands: The ideal place for couples to get married or for newlyweds to spend their honeymoon. It is positioned in the middle of Cyclades Archipelago and is an ideal starting point for sailing cruise or luxury motor yacht charters among the Cyclades and for all the Greek islands sailing tour. ... [ further info ]

Santorini
Sao Vicente

Sao Vicente is a small island compared to others but it is the second most populated after Santiago and due to its marina the starting point for your amazing sailing escape during the European winter season. Mindelo is considered the cultural capital mostly because of music that seems to be everywhere. ... [ further info ]

Sao Vicente
Sestri Levante

The Island, the Bay of Fables, the Bay of Silence - these are names which tell of the magic of an enchanted place: because at Sestri Levante there are two seas: the lively, animated sea of the Bay of Fables, and the quiet, romantic sea of the Bay of Silence which is bound up with the ancient rituals of fishing and the rhythms of yesteryear. ... [ further info ]

Sestri Levante
Sibenik

Sibenik, a city and port in northern Dalmatia, not far from the estuary of the Krka river into the Bay of Sibenik, connected by narrow straits with the Sibenik Channel. Mother Nature has provided Sibenik with a wealth of islands and islets encompassed by blue sea. ... [ further info ]

Sibenik
Sinis Mal di Ventre Island

To its visitors, the Sinis Marine Area is a paradise, fringed with sandy and quartzous coastlines, with its impressive cliff faces, its tiny sandy bays of the facing Mal di Ventre isle and of Catalano Rock in the south. Sinis is undoubtedly one of the most attracting and significant areas in all the west Sardinia. ... [ further info ]

Sinis Mal di Ventre Island
Skradin

Skradin is a small town located on the coastline of the river Krka and 16km away from the city of Sibenik. Here guests can enjoy swimming in the river Krka as well as at the mouth of the river which flows into the sea. ... [ further info ]

Skradin
Sorrento

The town of Sorrento is a must to be visit for exploring Amalfi Coast, one of the most picturesque stretches of the Mediterranean coastline. Pastel-colored buildings, charming villages, and dramatic cliffs overlooking azure and breath-taking views make of Sorrento one of the favourite destinations of whole Amalfi Coast for yacht sailing cruise. ... [ further info ]

Sorrento
Spargi

Spargi is perhaps the most beautiful of the smaller islands of the Maddalena Archipelago. The coasts are generally high and rocky, with beautiful granite formations reflecting in the calm waters of the main inlets.The numerous coves, particularly spectacular owing to the transparence of the sea-beds and by the impending mass of granite bluffs, are enriched with charming beaches of very fine sand washed by a sea with indescribable colours. ... [ further info ]

Spargi
Spetses

Spetses is a very nice little island where you get the choice of just relaxing, going out at night and visiting some interesting sites. It is small enough to get around by bike in 4-5 hours (the road is not the best, though) and there are very few cars.. ... [ further info ]

Spetses
Split

Split is a city and port in Central Dalmatia situated on a peninsula between the eastern part of the Gulf of Kastela and the Split Channel. Split is one of the sunniest places in Europe: the average daily insolation during the year is about 7 hours (in July about 12 hours). ... [ further info ]

Split
St. Vincent

Saint Vincent is the perfect place for a dreamlike sailing escape towards Caribbean islands. Whether you opt for a “bareboat” or fully chartered vacation, St. Vincent is undoubtedly the prime jump-off spot. Starting here puts you on the doorstep of the Grenadines without the 65-mile sail (including a 5-hour open-water passage) from St. Lucia, or the 6 to 7 hour sail (often against the wind) from Grenada. ... [ further info ]

St. Vincent
Stintino

The most famous beach of Stintino is "La Pelosa", certainly one of the most beautiful beaches in Sardinia. Its water is so delightful that it's difficult to find another place like it in Italy. Its turquoise colour, transparency and the finest white sand render "Pelosa" beach more similar to tropical places rather than Mediterranean ones. ... [ further info ]

Stintino
Ston

Ston is a town and harbour in southern Dalmatia is perfect luxury sailing destination for you vacation in Croatia. The city is also known for its saltworks, and the coast along the Channel and in the Prapratna cove provides fine swimming, fishing and underwater fishing opportunities. ... [ further info ]

Ston
Stromboli

From the abysses of the Tyrrhenian Sea rises, in a symphony of colour, the mass of Stromboli with bold slopes which stand out vigorously against a sapphire sky. Evening boat trip is the best way to enjoy an overall picture of the island and experience the spectacular view : startling explosions shoot matter high into the air, tingeing the night’s blackness with red. ... [ further info ]

Stromboli
Sveti Stefan

Sveti Stefan today breathes with a spirit of the summer residence for elite tourists and those seeking the exotic. Its fame, up to the present, comes from its illustrious visitors, such as actors, singers, scientists and the presidents of many of the countries of the world. ... [ further info ]

Sveti Stefan
Syros

Syros is in the the centre of Cyclades Archipelago, 83 naval miles from Piraeus and 62 from Rafina the second harbour of Athens. Chartering a sail boat from Athens it will get about 4 hours of sailing among the island of Andro, Tino, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros, Siphnos, Serifos, Kythnos, Kea and the Gyaro. ... [ further info ]

Syros
Tavolara

Divers will find an extraordinary marine environment between Tavolara, Molara and Molarotto, diversified and unique in the whole sardinia and in all Mediterranean Sea. In particular between Tavolara and Molara, the coralligenous habitat is characterized, among big sponges and gorgonians, by the black coral: a perfect destination for sailing vacation and diving in sardinia. ... [ further info ]

Tavolara
Tellaro

Tellaro is the last town located at the far East of the La Spezia Gulf and it is one of the most picturesque towns of the Ligurian Region. Coming from the sea the sightseeing is wonderful and then walking along the narrow alleys you can reach its small square that makes it a unique place. ... [ further info ]

Tellaro
Tigullio Gulf

The territory of the Golfo del Tigullio extends over a vast area between Genoa and the province of La Spezia to the south. Some of the most enchanting places in Liguria like Portofino, Camogli, Rapallo and Santa Margherita Ligure are part of this territory. ... [ further info ]

Tigullio Gulf
Tinos

If you're looking for mass tourism and crowded beaches, then this destination is not for you. 40 white little picturesque villages, more than 700 churches and monasteries, immaculate dovecotes and beautiful sandy and pebble beaches are the elements that made of Tinos one of the favourite sailing charter destination among the Cyclades Archipelago. ... [ further info ]

Tinos
Tobago Cays

The Tobago Cays are located in the Grenadines chain of islands, in the southernmost waters of the state of St.Vincent and the Grenadines. Four of the Cays - Petit Rameau, Petit Bateau, Jamesby and Baradal - enclosed within the aptly-named Horseshoe Reef, while the fifth Cays - Petit Tabac - lies just to the east of the main group. ... [ further info ]

Tobago Cays
Tortola

Tortola island is the largest and most populated of the British Virgin Islands, a grouping of some fifty land masses of varying shapes and sizes in the northeastern Caribbean. Like the rest of the BVI, Tortola island remains charmingly reminiscent of West Indies' past; ... [ further info ]

Tortola
Trogir

Trogir is known as the museum city and this can be seen just by taking a walk through its historical streets. Trogir is a coastal city as well as a harbour and it is located at the foot of the Kastel inlet, 27km northwest of Split. This city lies on a small island in between the island of Ciovo and the mainland and is connected to the two by bridges. ... [ further info ]

Trogir
Union Island

Union Island is located midway between Grenada and St. Vincent and is equidistant from Barbados, Trinidad and Martinique. Union Island has an impressive cultural background and the islanders celebrate a surprising amount of festivals throughout the year. ... [ further info ]

Union Island
Valledoria

Surrounded by gentle hills and the beauties that look out over the Gulf of Asinara, Valledoria is in an ideal position from which you can easily reach the most famous surrounding destinations including Castelsardo, Mimosa Bay, Isola Rossa and Costa Paradiso. ... [ further info ]

Valledoria
Vela Luka

Sailing the coast of Dalmatia around Vela Luka including the small islands (Proizd, Kamenjak, Osjak and Gubesa) represents best way to visit this enchanting part of Croatian coast. Many find the Croatian folk songs sung by fishermen of Vela Luka in the evening hours the most impressive attraction. ... [ further info ]

Vela Luka
Ventotene

We can reach Ventotene isle. This isle is the most southern of all the Pontine Archipelago's ones. Further for its natural beauties, its sceneries and its seabed, it's also valued for the archaeological and artistic treasure, witness of a millenary history. ... [ further info ]

Ventotene
Vernazza

The only natural port of the Cinque Terre, the village of Vernazza develops along the Vernazzola stream (now covered) climbing up the rocky face of a cliff, is a charming destination for sailing yacht charters in Italian Riviera. ... [ further info ]

Vernazza
Viareggio

Viareggio is thought to be the most famous municipality of Versilia. Still a relatively young city, the draining of the marshes marked an increased development of the tourism and manufacturing industries, and the city became the centre of commercial activity in the Lucca province... ... [ further info ]

Viareggio
Vietri sul Mare

Overlooking the Gulf of Salerno, Vietri sul mare is a kind of terrace at the center of which rises San Liberatore mountain. Vietri is famous above all for its ceramics handicraft, that has always been very flourishing: a perfect stop to do shopping and buy souvenirs during your amazing Amalfi Coast sailing cruise. ... [ further info ]

Vietri sul Mare
Villasimius

Villasimius is an old fishermen village that was developed in the last 30 years in to a important tourism centre of the south east of Sardinia. It has a special and personal flair as a village and it's surroundings, the sea, the mountains and the islands. It really seems to be at the Costa Smeralda. ... [ further info ]

Villasimius
Virgin Gorda

Virgin Gorda, la seconda isola dell’arcipelago delle isole Vergini Britanniche, fu battezzata cosi da Cristoforo Colombo che le diede il nome di “Vergine Grassa” per la sua forma. L’isola, più sottile alle estremità e più tondeggiante nella parte centrale, ha come cittadina principale, Spanish Town con il suo porto turistico e le sue graziose botteghe di antiquariato. ... [ further info ]

Virgin Gorda
Vodice

Vodice is a Mediterranean little city with developed tourist and accompanying activities. It is one of the biggest tourist destinations on the Adriatic coast, and it is famous for its massive and for contents that are offered to the quests. ... [ further info ]

Vodice
Volcanoes tour

This Aeolian islands is an enchanting tour of the island, focused on the vulcan activities of the aeolian islands. During this tour you will have the opportunity to admire the eruptions and the amazing view of the crater. We will bring you on the top of the vulcan where you can enjoy a unique panorama, in an unforgettable environment, made of sea, fire, volcanic fumes and unique atmosphere...
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Volcanoes tour
Vulcano

Vulcano is an interesting island for its volcanic and post-volcanic phenomena. The peculiar characteristic of Vulcano is its plateau, formed by lava, banks of tuff and quaternary deposits and furrowed by deep valleys. Mud is one of Vulcano’s attractions: in the island , there is a natural pool containing sulphurous mud renowned for its therapeutic properties. ... [ further info ]

Vulcano
Zannone

Zannone has a surface of little more than 0.38 sq. miles and lies approximately 6.5 miles from the port of Ponza. It is part of the Circeo National Park because of its beauty and the integrity of its environments. The island is uninhabited but supervised by the Forestry Service ... [ further info ]

Zannone
Zante

Arriving at the port of Zante, especially at dusk, it feels as though you enter the port of Venice. On the one side you will see the lit church bells of the St. Dennis Cathedral and on the other side the picturesque Main Town with the snake like road to the hill of Bohali and the Venetian Fortress. ... [ further info ]

Zante
 
 
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victoria

The luxury power yacht “Victoria del Mar” is an amazing yacht, built in 2006, equipped with 7 cabins to host comfortably 12 people during sailing. The boat is impressive and elegant, a perfect choice for your sailing vacation in Italy, among beautiful places like the Amalfi coast(Capri, Ischia, Amalfi, Sorrento, Naples just to name a few), the Sardinia Coast or the Aeolian islands. ...

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Benetti 45

The luxury power yacht Benetti 45, Built in 2011 is a great yacht available for crewed power yacht charters in Italy, among enchanting places like Capri islands and the Amalfi Coast amazing Sardinia, Corsica and Maddalena Archipelago or Versilia and Tuscany islands and Aeolian Islands. The yacht is a mix of classic elegance and modern style and will offer you one of the best possible experience in charter. ...

 

 


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